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The other day, I turned to Anthony and confessed, “I’m feeling disappointed in myself.”
The reason for this, I think, is obvious. I keep setting these blogging goals that I don’t meet, and I think this communicates messages to my audience that are simply untrue. Though I post far less often than I’ve promised, I am constantly thinking up future post topics, and I still love my purpose behind this blog.
I’m sorry if you’ve been a loyal follower and you’ve been disappointed by the inconsistency of my more recent posts. The truth is, I still struggle quite a bit with time mastery. Since mid-July after I went to the UPW, I’ve managed to turn a lot of things in my life around — but time management is my final frontier. (Believe me, this comes up constantly, since it affects pretty much every area of your life.)
So to make up for the fact that Food Month consisted of a measly couple articles (kudos to my wonderful guest writers) and some scattered Facebook articles and Instagram photos, I will post the food articles I neglected to write in August this month (like, seriously). The thing is — and I feel sheepish that I have to remind myself of this since I preach this all the time — that it’s not going to happen unless it’s scheduled in, just like a workout. I’m finally getting a hang of the other writing assignments I’ve got each week, so now I’ll have to wiggle in some Rehab Revolution writing hours into my schedule.
That said, who’s looking forward to an amazing September? I’m excited because it’s the start of autumn, which I prefer to summer — the milder temperatures, the beautiful colors, and my favorite fashion season!! I’m writing you from beautiful Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, where Anthony and I are spending the holiday weekend with his family. (There’s actually no wifi at the lake house, but I’m determined to publish this on the first!)
I’m always rambling on about the importance of enjoying your exercise by incorporating the outdoors and nature, so I’m excited to share with you Anthony’s new blog! (Yes, I set it up for him.) He’s quite different from me in writing style and the focus of his blog is really to share his findings out and about — like bugs. But because I’ll be helping him out, I hope it will turn into something enjoyable for bug and the common nature enthusiast alike. Check it out at antortheexplorer.blogspot.com.
To our healing,