I’ve made it through my first week. 7 full days! My first finding and probably selling point is I have a SOLID routine in place already. My weekend is a little less structured, but I’m fine with that as long as my week days are consistent. Lack of routine was one of my biggest issuesContinue reading “75Hard Challenge – Week 1”
I’d like to say that I’ve managed well since March, but if my lack of posts are any indication, I would be lying. A lot of negative things have happened to me, and despite my attitude that nothing was going to keep me down for too long, I stayed “down” far longer than I would have imagined. So the short of it is, I need something new in my life to push myself.
It’s a crazy time when excitement comes simply from a sunny, warm weekend. But it’s been so rainy and gloomy the last month, that warmth and sun is a BLESSING.
It’s become very apparent that everyone is trying to stay in their routine, or doing MORE than usual. Quarantine has become the time to improve ourselves, find new hobbies, eat better, and workout all the time.
As I mentioned last week, it’s been a struggle for me. Ups and downs for sure! But I am really trying to focus on myself during this time. One of the things that i’s really getting me through is being active, and continuing to workout despite the limitations.
I’d love to go into great detail about my very busy weekend, but we all know that I haven’t done anything. Unfortunately, none of us are really doing anything anymore. Honestly the most exciting part of my days have been going out for a walk in the sun. BUT, what can ya do.
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It seems my weekends have two repeatable themes. Do nothing but sit on the couch all day and night, or find myself at a concert. This weekend I managed to do both pretty flawlessly.
Think about how excited you get when you start a new endeavor, or finally make a move on a goal you have been dreaming about. If the first person you go to for support, or encouragement tells you your idea won’t work, or that it’s too difficult to accomplish, how are you going to feel?
“Putting your happiness on another person is a huge burden for them to carry.”