So excited I ended yesterday completing achieving my Single Daily Focus of eating healthy all day and woke up this morning proud of myself. My goal is exactly the same for today and planning it out now. Is 1 of those days when every minute is booked starting with taking my son to the doctor this morning. Have 2 coaching calls while I am out doing that on the road. Come home and 1 training calls scheduled
One of the tools I have found helpful in making decisions is asking myself how I feel the next morning. Stopping a moment while in the midst of making a decision to think about how I will feel if I go forward and how I’ll feel if I don’t. The only time this doesn’t work for me is when I block out doing it because I don’t want to know the answer. Ah, the power of our minds.
We can’t do everything and yet each day we can 1 thing. We can each choose 1 thing to do and do it every day. What ever it is, doing it for a day or 2 will not change our lives. It is the consistent daily action done over long periods of time which impact our lives in a proportion much larger than that 1 thing. Darren Hardy describes it as The Compound Effect. Jeff Olsen calls it The Slight
OK, checking in on my C25K program and what’s up. Sunday, somehow I tweaked my knee and “feels loose” if that makes any sense. So yesterday was the 1st Monday in 7 weeks I was not kicking off a new week of C25K. I debated for a bit whether I should go out and try yesterday morning anyway or give it a day to feel sturdier. Having quit so many things in the past, I wanted to make sure
W6D3 of C25K today and 1st time I ever did 2 days in a row. Normally, the program is every other day. However, Wednesday morning when I got up my knee gave in for just a moment, my toe had been ripped open again the night before AND I could not find my headphones. I spent time wondering if I was looking for excuses or listening to my body. I was dressed and ready to go and the missing headphones
I had forgotten how quickly C25K ramps up the running in the 6th week. W6D1 in the books and ran 18 out of the 20 minutes and was totally excited. Part of the inspiration I’m sure, was finishing reading last night The Runner’s Guide to the Meaning of Life by Amby Burfoot, winner of the 1968 Boston Marathon. Being only in W6 was a bit embarrassed to have picked up this book, like I was calling myself a
Flexible: Yesterday morning when I was ready to head out on my run, discovered the battery on my phone was dead. The C25K Program I use is an app (imagine that) which tells me when to walk, run, stretch etc. Now I suppose I could have written the intervals down on my hand and used my watch, however that has not always been a very safe choice for me. Being a bit uncoordinated, I’ve found it works best
With a hair appointment later this morning I knew I had to get out for my W5D3 of Couch to 5K before I left and walked into my office to find my iPhone battery completely dead. OK change of plans. I use the program on my phone for my run. Change of plans, when leaving my hair appointment, since I will be at the beach, will do my run right after my appointment. Drat, will making freshly blow dried straight hair get
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100+ Things to Be Grateful For, Part 1
1. Have my exercise done already
2. Drinking my Shakeology.
3. A great support team in my business.
4. My loving and supportive husband.
5. My mom’s amazing health at almost 86 years old.
6. Reading out loud with my husband.
7. Stepping outside of my comfort zone and embracing Outlook to make me
Day 2 of office organizing done and showing some real progress. I can walk in the door of my office without fear of tripping over boxes. I can see 95% of all the floor space and desk is 50% cleared off. Getting behind on everything else but project organize is going well. Committed last night to giving up Incredimail and going with Outlook : ( Not nearly as much fun, yet ever so much more efficient. Intending to finish all