Daily Diary Entries
Day 120 – 121 – Living in a HotelOctober 23rd, 2013 by David
As you know for the last few days I have been stuck in my hotel room in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan waiting for my Kazakh visa to be processed. I have been working and training hard even though I have felt like a caged animal at times. There is plenty of work to be getting on with and although I can’t get out much I am getting some peace and quiet away from the office which is great.
One thing that I am struggling with however is the disrupt to my usual routine and diet. I have tried to manage the situation as best as I can and although not ideal I have succeeded so far. The menu in the restaurant is very limited but I have managed to navigate it accordingly. Breakfast is easy to manage, a boiled egg is a boiled egg regardless of where you are in the world and although I don’t have my juice in the morning I replace it with actually eating some fruit. For lunch I have been ordering a Greek salad without feta cheese and oil which is great and then for dinner grilled salmon without any sauce. Although this is fairly bland it enables me to keep on track. I would rather keep it bland than choose something that is not part of the plan.
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the plan the stronger and more motivated I become. I was wearing my new tracksuit today and when I glanced at myself in the mirror I saw someone that looked as though they belonged in a tracksuit. It brought a smile to my face, I am really starting to notice the transformation from being morbidly obese to the person that I have always longed to be. It is in touching distance and I am going to keep pushing myself to get to where I want to be. I want this more than I have ever done before and I am putting in the effort to make sure I achieve it. I realize that it all comes down to me, no one else just me and with this realization comes added motivation to become the person that I want to be.
P.S. Don’t be fooled by the photo – this hotel is certainly not 5 stars!!!