Why do we have such a deep need to belong? Why are we willing to invest all our resources and energies to get it and keep it? As humans, we are hardwired for connection.
If you are waiting until you have more time or feel better to include creativity into your life, you’re missing out. Adding even the tiniest dose of creativity into your everyday life will spark a creativity + wellbeing cycle that will eventually become virtually self-sustaining.
If reading is a passion of yours, I hope you’ll enjoy this new monthly feature where I share what I read the previous month. And if you’re not a passionate reader (YET!), I hope that one of my titles will inspire you to begin!
Increasing our max ability without first increasing our habit will almost always feel dreadfully hard and out of reach. All work and no reward. So, our first goal is to increase the current habit, then work toward increasing the ability goal, not the other way around.
Life is 99% journey and 1% destination. We spend more time in the journey. So why aren’t we more comfortable with it and in it?
This weekend I was reminded that navigating our daily lives means learning how to manage the inevitable hurts that come our way.
Maybe setting a whole year’s worth of goals feels overwhelming to you right now. Maybe even setting monthly or weekly goals feels out of reach to you right now.
Can you set one small goal for today and focus on that?
I had a goal to read at least 12 books this year and I ended the year with 21! Some better than others, but I learned SO much this year and reading was an integral part of that.
2023 wasn’t the year I thought it would be. I had hopes for some circumstances and experience that didn’t happen. But you know what? I had the year I was meant to have, and as it turns out, it was a very good year.
I am opening a few run coaching slots for 2024 and want to give you first dibs. Whether you are brand new to running or have been running for years, I can help you set and work toward new and exciting goals.
Training plans are just the beginning. I can help you with motivation, consistency, mental toughness and other mindset challenges, that when managed, can take your running performance from good to great!