So what do you do when you can't seem to find the motivation to do what needs to be done?
Me? I try not to think about it and just get in "robot" mode, and do it. Once I start, it seems I forget all about being lazy and unmotivated, and I'm off to the races.
So, the biggest hurdle is that initial hump. That little push we need to get started. Afterall, energy breeds energy, so once you are up and moving you will remain up and moving.
Some days my coffee is enough, some days I need something else. Today, I strapped on my Livestrong bracelet so that the sight of it on my wrist will make me feel even lazier if I don't get up and get started on something (I mean Lance Armstrong rides for like five hours at a time!). I need to do some crawling, it has been a few days, and I definitely need to do some walking. Maybe the power of Lance will inject me with the energy I need to accomplish those tasks.
On other days it seems no matter what I do, I just can't summon the energy it takes to do anything. Those are the days I listen to my body and take it easy. Afterall, even God rested one day out of seven.
Food is good energy, too. I just had some of my famous boneless wings (no breading) and a big glass of water.
It's off to the races I go...
Step count today: 413
Steps I'm behind: 7,580 (eeks!)
I found this and thought I would add it as a tasty treat of motivation:
Yes, that is me, about 13 years ago shortly before my illness. My motivation.