I have had good reason. Promise!
Myself and my fiancé have literally been living and breathing property. We've been focussed on me trying to sell my flat and buying our first home together a house (more on that another time).
However, things seem - touch wood - to be a bit more on track and I've been trying to focus on having fun and doing things rather than just making the selling and buying my whole life!
I seem to be managing to get on a more even keel finally between that area of my life and my social life again now.
One area where I've really been suffering is diet and exercise. It's been over three weeks since I've done any exercise and food and drink seems to have become a huge focus of late.
I'm not one of these people who gets stressed and stops eating. If only! No, I'm a comfort eater, meaning the last few weeks as well as no exercise, most days I've been eating non stop junk and drinking alcohol.
My fiancé is the same. We've been getting takeaways, eating meals out and generally consuming far more volumes of food and drink than is needed.
I've always said when I see programs or articles on obese people who have numerous health problems caused by their weight that surely they must reach a point and realise they're going too far?
Myself I felt I reached that a few years back where I suddenly identified I'd got pretty big in size and was pretty unfit.
Now I've never let myself get to that point again, but over the last few days on talking to my fiancé and others it's clear I've got a bit off track.
Ironically it's whilst eating out the last two nights saying to friends how I always find it hard to be healthy and still sociable, that something has clicked.
So enough is enough.
It's time to bring back the balance.
I've done a little plan as you can see and decided to give good old Jillian a go again.
So today I've tried to eat healthily so far, drank loads of water and have done my workout DVD.
Day one, level one of Thirty Day Shred done.
I'm going to the cinema tonight and we're going for a carvery first but I'm going to stick to my calorie limit.
Hopefully by focusing on my weight and fitness again (which is horrendous judging by how hard I found the DVD!) I will also keep a bit calmer on the house buying and flat selling process.
I also plan to keep blogging about it so I hold myself accountable.
Measurements have been taken and the first step is starting it so here's to getting shredded!