Day 27/30 You choose how long to sabotage yourself

Caitlin MilljourArticles & News

We are feeling a little bit spicy this morning.

There’s only so many times an excuse can be made before it simply turns into self-sabotage.

The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.

The past 27 days have offered me many slap in the face moments that allowed me to see that I was self-sabotaging myself.


‘I’m tired’.

‘I have so much work to do’

‘I didn’t want to get out of bed early’

‘There’s not enough time in the day’.

‘I’m sore’.

There’s ultimately two choices. You’re going to show up and do what you say you’re going to do, or you  don’t.

Only fools fool fools.  There are only so many excuses that can be made until it becomes almost comical.  Pathetic is an alternative acronym.

Sound harsh?  Sure.  But for me, I’ve had to take r-a-d-i-c-a-l accountability for all actions of my life in order to see the path of no return that I was on.

And that’s not a bad thing.  I don’t deserve to have a carpet of roses on my path if I haven’t earned it, and the realization is always when I see how big of a fool I’ve been.

Mic drop.

Until tomorrow.