Knowing today is a workout day and that tomorrow (a Saturday) i arrive in Glacier National Park, today’s workout will be
The workout i do should have no bearing on the significant walking mileage the next seven days.
So the temptation to go light today has subsided.
Also, today marks the end of three-mailboxes-a-day.
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Ever panic when you stepped on the scale?
Yesterday was one of those moments.
Working from home full time now. The temptation of a flexible schedule and nearby refrigerator.
The devil is challenging us all the time. And sometimes, more than others.
These are the most important tests we can take – the ones where the frustrations with progress, pain, and lack of fun are overwhelming evidence stacked in the devil’s favor.
Just yesterday, in the final minutes of a leisurely four-mile run, a cramp-like pain in the calf.
Crazier still, it was in the cool-down phase – an almost walking pace – just before the 800 meter cool down walk home.
Iced, stretched, ibuprofen – still hurts this morning.
No run today.
Hey devil, “Go to hell”!
Zen and the art of unhealthy maintenance. Snack foods, comfort foods, fast food.
And socially acceptable.
Snacks are acceptable. In moderation.
And that’s the catch isn’t it.
Sometimes jeff noel thinks Mid Life Celebration readers think he has uncompromising self-discipline. Hardly. We all have the same basic gifts: a brain, a body, a spirit, bills, and stuff.
jeff noel proposes that we think, we move, we feel, we earn, we organize. How we do it doesn’t matter. What matters is are we effective? If we aren’t, we have two choices – change or don’t change.