I didn't think I would literally wake up this morning and remember that I had medical advice to lose weight. It shocked me. Seriously. The thought of losing weight is always on my mind but it's at the back, like remembering to shave my legs or to take my notebook to class. But I remembered this morning I was supposed to be actively engaged in losing weight and I cannot believe I forgot. How does that happen?
And you know what? I have to make it less of a priority this week. I KNOW. Seriously, I know. It's just that I have two assignments due for university this week. Big ones. I hate the thought of making excuses, I do, but I can't not give priority to them.
The good news however, is as of Friday, I'll be on holidays for two weeks! Yay! Which means no excuses because this is something I have to do. It's not just a vanity thing anymore. That's what I have to remember: I'm trying to lose weight because my health is at risk. I'm putting myself at risk for all kinds of medical issues and life would just be so much easier without that hassle.