Friday, October 8, 2010

Day 4 - Sloth

Seven things you neglect to do


1. Becompletely happy with what I have. I always want more and sometimes get caught up with what I don’t have, what I am not, where I should be along with this and that. Sad but true. Smh.

2. Save money

3. Surrender some things.

4. Get my MBA. I have been out of undergrad almost 10 years. I have neglected do so.

5. Workout hard – I want to lose 15 more pounds and tighten up this foolishness but I have NEGLECTED to step up the workouts. I do not have a reason why.

6. Work on ALL of my flaws. I am very much in tune with what they are but I NEGLECT to work on all of them. Some of them maybe but naw, I’m just not.

7. Step outside of the woman that I am right now and becoming. Some folks try to test my gangster (yes, again with an ER and not an A). They try to believe that my nice as naïve. I NEGLECT to go there with any of them.


sunshinestar110 said...

i feel you on #1 I'm the same way i should be much more grateful than what i show.

#2 is the story of my life i try oh so hard to do so but for some reason it never works out to well

Freckles said...

Duuuude. right.

tha unpretentious narcissist© said...

#'s 1-3 come with time. they honestly do. we all neglect to do those things at some point. then they become a necessity and we can't help but do them.

4. if you want it. it's never too late to do it.

#'s 5-7 is all about patience. i'm with you on the working out. i'm just not in the mind state for it. i mean i don't eat all crazy. i don't exercise everyday or count calories..i'm motivated to want to look at a changed me. but i'm not motivated to do it quite just yet.

as for flaws and being able to step outside takes you viewing the bigger picture. the not getting gangster & the loving all the things you hate seems easier when you don't magnify them. pay no attention to people testing you..and to the things you THINK are wrong with you and you'd be surprised how they just disappear.

Freckles said...



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