I can't be the only one who sometimes feels like it's too hard to focus on one thing without neglecting the others. It seems to come and go, that motivation to perfect a certain aspect of your life whether that's your tidiness around your home or your blood sugars - it truly is hard to do it all.
Sometimes I find myself feeling guilty - I should be checking more, I should be running more often, I should do be better. That guilt sits on my mind heavy as I embark each day promising myself, I'll check more, I'll sort through my closet, and I will get that task done today. Each night thinking about what I set out to do and didn't even come close to accomplishing or even worse, what I didn't even TRY to accomplish.
As a person living with a chronic condition, it can be hard to not feel guilty about your own health 24/7. With diabetes, I am constantly being put on a scale, by myself each time I check my blood sugar and see a number flashing back at me. While that number represents a moment in time, for me, it sometimes serves as a reminder that I should have made better food choices, I should have checked sooner than later and a reminder that this stuff is hard.