Resonation Diet: Week 15

Hello, fellow resonators, hope you’re all well..

What have I been doing and contemplating in week 15?

Well, I can’t lie, I’ve been eating a bit of crap. I’m soooooooooooooo busy getting everything prepared for launch day, Mailchimp and its family has gone wrong, not sending my subscribers emails because I had the thing on pause and couldn’t figure out how to get it back, and loads of other stuff that takes my time and attention (hence inability to be mindful about what I grab on the go) away from less focussed goals.

My RAS has been set to book launch mode and book launch mode only.

I’ve not eaten every night, and the only reason I have is, once again, I’ve been going at it all day so hard that I’m starving by the time I’ve come to my full burn out.

With the book, Resonating Affirmations, being due out on Tuesday, I’m allowing and forgiving myself for grabbing what I can… and I’ve also been eating fruit or vegetables at night if I have been hungry, so that’s good.

Me, being good in spite of it all.

I’ve also not been doing my Resonating Meditation or saying my Resonating Affirmation, but this time there’s been a big difference. I was aware of the fact that I wasn’t doing it, or that I didn’t have time to do it, and this awareness kept my mind upon it. Maybe, the repetition is starting to become a habit. One I will have to make sure to repeat.

So I’m certainly going to take a break right after this and get straight to it.

If I haven’t got ten minuets in a day to stay on track, then I need to evaluate my day and prioritise more.

We should remind ourself each day what we want out of life as soon as we get up. In the mornings, I’ve begun to say, “Thank you universe for this day, and for bringing things into my life that help me achieve my dreams.” Things that were hard for me at the beginning of last week, started to get better towards the end.

Anyway, with it being book launch day tomorrow, and still having last minute things to prepare for, I will leave it here for today.

The only insight I have found this week is that I’m able to forgive myself a lot more on this diet than any other… maybe that’s because I make the rules!

And, like myself, the Resonation Diet isn’t static; it’s an ever evolving entity. It will always be adapting to life, new information, and how we are at certain moments in our lives.

And it’s all fine if we are aware.

Me, being aware.

It’s those people that go for years, ignoring what they’re doing to their bodies, not thinking about their health, not wanting to seek out ways in which they can improve, even if it happens slowly over time, who need to worry.

Me, I’m happy with what I’ve been doing so far this year, and so glad to be able to let myself off.

Resonating foods I’ve had this week…

Bless him, my fella made me a nice Quorn fry up this week filled with courgette and onions and bean sprouts, and many concocted flavours with noodles… and it was like the best Chinese I’d ever had… but we we’re so into it we forgot to take pictures.

I must have eaten two punnets of oranges from the local farm.

I’ve had plenty of cereals with almond milk… wholegrain, hardly any sugars or only natural sugars.

I made my own natural paleo muesli and added this on top of vegan coconut yogurt. YUM

End of week result…

I’m not going for a full-on red face as I was still good and in control of myself for half the time… it could have been worse.

I will hopefully be better next week, especially after launch… although, it’s the easter holidays and I’m having my niece for 2 days, so I doubt it.

Maybe I foresee a trip to McDonald’s… eeek!

Oh, I’ll really have to try and be good this week.

Until then, keep resonating.

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