Well people, we're winding down here for Twenty-Eleven. The holidays will soon be wrapping up and of course, the New Year is literally just around the corner of this week.
I am recovering from the gluttony of Christmas Eve, Day and Boxing Day. And this is a time that I'm all too familar with: the time in year's past when I'd say: Okay, on the 1st, I'm done!
Done smoking! Done overeating! Done not exercising! Done swearing! (Wait, scratch that one…some things might be a bit to hard to give up.) Done wasting time on the Internet! (Okay, clearly I need to move on from the 'done' list).
A few years back, I really did make a change in January 2010. Or at least, I started on the path toward said change. And it was the best thing I've done for myself in years.
Today, I have a short video message for you from Ye Olde Basement Studio. I know many of you are signed up for Move More, Eat Well 2012 and I'm so, so looking forward to getting the ball rolling on January 1! I've been reviewing the class materials this week so everything will be ready to go on the First.
If you're on the fence, I'm here to invite you to jump off and join in. No one expects perfection in this class, but if you're really ready to dive in and see about making changes in your life, why not join those of us in this online community who are doing just that!
Click here for more information on Move Move, Eat Well 2012. If you sign up soon, you'll be able to join in for an exclusive video chat today (Thursday) at Big Picture at Noon ET. Think of it as a sort of pep rally kick off before class actually starts.
Just so you know, registration is going to remain open for nearly all of 2012. You might not be ready to do it just yet, so you can jump in at any time. And for those of you worried that you might fall behind in this workshop, here's the deal: this is about changing your life, not about keeping up with what anyone else is doing. The assignments are totally do-able and really, they're just for you to be clear on where you are and where you are going.
You can make changes. Take if from this ex-chain-smoking, muffin-topped, former couch potato.
True, this is something that no else one but you can do for yourself—and let me tell you, I've tried six ways to Sunday to find a shortcut and there ain't none to be found—but I can promise you that taking care of you is truly one of the best ways to spend some of the hours of your truly amazing life.
Hope to see you in class.
p.s. I apologize for the poor lighing and the high beams in this video. The light? Well, not much could be done but I grabbed the towel to keep it G rated. Ahem… moving right along.