Me Time... I've been running a mile a min these past two weeks. Just operating on a schedule. Don't get me wrong, I felt accomplished everyday and had more than enough energy, but I was missing time for myself.
Today was so fulfilling - I reflected on time, in 6 months I've gotten back to a full recovery from my Achilles ruptures. I'm now sprinting, jumping, and enjoying workouts. In 8 weeks, I shredded 20lbs of extra weight that wasn't serving me any good.
It's easier looking back and feeling accomplished. But the starting point is the most difficult part. Sometimes it's hard to visualize the finish line, or you don't know how to start or who can support you. It's funny, we often push off the most important goals (health, wellness, financial) sometimes because we are afraid of failure or feel we don't have the tools.
I never thought I would run the same way again or even sprint. Now today, I chuckle at myself when I was upset I couldn't go to work for 5 weeks after my surgery. 5 weeks felt like 5 years then, but now 5 weeks feels like 5 mins. Time is how you see it. Be in abundance of time, slow down and cherish every moment. It doesn't always need to be captured in your iPhone, but captured in your mind.
Be present, be in the moment, and know the journeys you take in life are the ultimate finish line. (Hint- The line keeps moving with you).