Like I shared in the post Perfectionism, my worst enemy, my flight back to Barcelona from Malaysia became a little complicated and when I was finally able to do some workout again, 3 days had already passed. My body needed some action, but I was happy to realize that I didn’t feel guilty about not working out during those days, and this was because I no longer thought of working out as an obligation.
My workout was, and is, my decision. It is a habit that I have created in my life.
In the post Habits vs. obligations – the 7 whys, I dive into the topic of habits and I give you some helpful advice.
At the same time, I also wanted to continue to pursue the Master’s degree that I had paused prior to traveling. The delay from my trip also delayed this calendar, but that wasn’t a big deal neither because I had already done a lot of work ahead and in a matter of two months I had completed ⅓ of the Master’s program.
This last was actually possible because I set a specific goal and believed it was possible. In the post The importance of setting a goal and believing in it, I share the things I have learned and what has helped me reach my goals.
Claudia Canu is a former junk food and sugar addict transformed into a Health Motivator with a master’s degree in Nutrition. She has created this website not only to share her “Journey to her Healthy Forties” but also to help other busy women with basic knowledge about nutrition and who don’t love cooking, to live a healthier life, and achieve big goals.
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