Moving energy

Thursday, August 22, 2013

I had a lovely, productive day alone. Even though I had overslept (or really, just slept in since I didn't need to be up early), I got a lot of "me-time". After a few photos, quotes, and posts that I've seen on FB and other sites lately, and with my own change in perspective and addressing motivation, I decided that everyday I'm going to make a list of successes. Even if there is only one success for the day, that will make me feel so much more satisfied and content with myself, where I'm going, and what I'm doing, than lamenting about what I didn't get done. So...

Today's successes!

+ Relished in some transforming meditation without trying
+ Posted on FB asking for friends interested in being guinea pigs for doing a consultation with me to get more practice for my health coaching business
+ Did a 12 min. HIIT run
+ Did 25 mins. of swimming at the gym (used pull buoys and kickboards half the time, and "playing" in the deep end treading)
+ Did 25+ min. of "deck of cards" workout - one of the SparkTeams I'm a part of had the challenge of the day to be doing the "deck of cards" workout in some way. I decided to use strength exercises.
+ Learned more about and further set-up Twitter

Besides this, I did responding to people from my blog last night, set-up other accounts, replied to various e-mails, finished homework for the week. I have no idea where I got the energy to get through everything that I did, and not feel tired or winded at all. Even now, 13 hours later, I'm just barely starting to feel tired. Yesterday I was starting to get the spark to really step up to the plate to start turning things around and get moving on my business, but today I've been on FIRE and ready to jump into it fully!

Below is my picture from dinner. Sometimes the simplest meals are the most satisfying meals.

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