Today I came across some interesting news which contained ideas which were contrary to what I had previously believed.
In my last post, I mentioned that I was getting my health regime back on track after having taken a holiday. While I’m not back to where I was health-wise before my trip, I’m certainly on the way. This fact on its own – moving towards my goals – has created a feeling of satisfaction within me.
So it’s been a month since the new year started and I’m sure many of you decided to do something differently. If you’ve been able to keep it up and aren’t showing any signs of stopping, then well done. But if you’ve found that you are slowing down or have completely stopped, never fear, because the following questions will help:
It’s been cold and rainy here in Perth the last several weeks. Thousands of people have given up their exercise routines for the warm and comfort found in their own homes.
I wouldn’t blame you if you’re one of them. It’s a pretty natural reaction to stay in your comfort zone and conserve energy. Most of these people, however, know that they should be sticking to a regular exercise regime.
At the start of the year, I wrote about why new year’s resolutions often fail. Did you manage to make yours stick?
If so, congratulations – you are ahead of many others. If not, that’s ok.
I would hesitate to say you have “failed” at this point. But if you don’t learn from what went wrong, then that would be a failure.