I got the privilege of going home to Cincinnati over the Memorial Day weekend. I use the word privilege because that's exactly what it was: 3 days of
Anyway, I came home Tuesday morning to my apartment in Columbus and discovered this in my kitchen:
Okay, so it just dawned on me that none of you have been in my kitchen before, and this above picture of my refrigerator most likely means nothing to you whatsoever, BUT, let's pretend, for a minute, that you have been in my kitchen and you would have remembered the front of my refrigerator being scattered with random Save the Date Wedding cards, expired coupons, homemade flower magnants from an ages 4 and up craft box (thanks Mom) and probably some over-due bills.
So now, when you see this picture:
You'll notice that all the clutter that once decorated my roommate's and I's fridge is now replaced with .... positive words and phrases... a
MOTIVATION BOARD, er MOTIVATION FRIDGE!
My roommate got busy over the weekend and put this all together for us. She is getting married in the fall, and we decided together over the Memorial Day Weekend (more specifically during an oh-so-healthy bar crawl to raise money for cancer) that we were really getting down to business in regards to our health.
side note - I'm still trying comprehend the whole "lets all drink alcohol to raise money for cancer, but increase our risk of getting cancer along the way" mentality. I will say it was a fun day, but one of those days that is only semi-acceptable every 365 days.The pictures are all about exercising and choosing the right foods.
Here are some of my favorite:
|Yep, I'm not shy about wanting Carrie Underwood's legs.|
On top of healing my ankle and slowly getting back into running, I've got lots going on with multiple weddings and racing events this summer, and I know I need to be in tip top shape in order to put my best effort and performance forward. Everyone needs a little push in the right direction, even perfect little nutrition angels such as myself :) (HA!)
Do you guys like to use visuals to help reach a goal?
Would you ever consider making a motivational board?