Tag Archives: goals

Use The Ladder

“If I can’t _______ then it’s not worth it.” Is one of the biggest pitfalls in sustaining a long athletic life. It could be a certain pace, distance, weight, or time. But the thought is that if it’s not a … Continue reading

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Handstand Goals. So Far Away.

I took on this goal because it was something I always dreamed of.  I had no idea how difficult it would be for me. My journey officially started in January 2016.  I wanted to be able to do many amazing … Continue reading

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What A Ride

Holy moley.  What a ride it’s been. Eleven years ago I hated biking.  I wanted to like it so much.  I wouldn’t have admitted it back then, but I HATED it.  Was terrified of it.  Just getting on a bike made … Continue reading

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Progress Report!

This report is crazy overdue. After announcing in June my intention to actually try to train for flexibility, a dream I had never imagined possible… I diverted your attention. I wrote about swimming.  I told you about fish and dinosaurs and chupacabras.  … Continue reading

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5 Reflections. No Resolutions.

I don’t do New Years resolutions.  Resolutions are just decisions that move you towards your goals.  But every decision affects my future.  And my goals are infinite; from the mundane and immediate to the eccentric and expansive. Heck, I put … Continue reading

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Sharing the shortest motivation advice.

“I need to find my motivation first.”  Is a great way to procrastinate.  Just START DOING something.  And then be ready to roll with even the tiniest bit of motivation.  It will snowball into something bigger. This can apply to so many excuses. … Continue reading

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Daring Steps and Leaps

One step leads to the next.  Usually when we reach for a step we know where our foot will land.  I feel like I’m walking out into a thick fog – I can’t quite see where I’m going but it feels … Continue reading

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