Hello Spark friend! I just wanted to stop by to wish you a very happy, healthy and blessed New Year! I hope 2015 is so good to you! Hugs, Pixie
H... happiness depends upon your outlook on life. A...attitude is just as important as ability. P...passion; find yours this year! P... positive thoughts make everything easier. Y...you are unique, with special gifts; use them.
N..new beginnings with a new year. E...enthusiasm a true secret of success. W...wishes; may they turn into goals.
Y...years go by to quickly; enjoy them. E...energy; may you have lots of it. A...appreciation of life; don't take it for granted. R...relax; take the time to relax in this coming year. 850 days ago
"If you go to work on your goals, your goals will go to work on you. If you go to work on your plan, your plan will go to work on you. Whatever good things we build end up building us." -Jim Rohn
Thank you for commenting on my blog, "My First Monday Weigh In." Have a healthy day! 1074 days ago
It does become easier over time. It just takes the time and effort. But it's definitely worth it. You can do it. Just do better than you did yesterday. That's all you have to do today. 1108 days ago
I have to force myself out the door almost every time, especially in the beginning. Reality is, if I push my body for 45min or longer, I'm done. I can rest the remainder of the day and not feel guilty. I also love the endorphin rush I get about an hour after my workout. Full of energy, and happiness.
Eventually it gets easier. But I find if I take one day off, I really have to push the next day. If I take more than one day off, I have to push for more days to get out the door. It's almost like for every day off I take, I struggle for that many days to get back on track and back into a routine of getting out there.
This go around I'm mixing it up. Trying a few different exercises to see if it helps. So far it is. I'm still training for my upcoming races, but I'm also doing other things to keep me moving on my "rest" days from training. 1109 days ago