Life is a Journey: Check-in and Re-Evaluate

Hello friends!

February is just about here.. which makes it the perfect time to check in with yourself..

How are your goals and resolutions coming along? Are you still going strong? Have you been slacking a little or have you fallen off the wagon completely?

How are you feeling? Do these goals still align with what you want, or do you need to tweak them?

Taking a few minutes to check in and re-evaluate can make such a difference in your life.

If you have been working hard and sticking to your goals.. Awesome! Keep it up!

If life has gotten in the way and you’ve found yourself slacking a little or a whole lot.. You are not alone! Think about your goals and adjust as necessary.

Life is a marathon, not a sprint. Enjoy the journey.

The irony of the Human Condition is that we are so focused on reaching some point in our journey,some happiness, or some goalthat we seem to forget_The journey itself is where life happens..jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Embrace the challenges. Constantly edit your life.

Paul Coelho says it best, “Maybe the journey isn’t so much about becoming anything. Maybe it’s about unbecoming everything that isn’t you so you can be who you were meant to be in the first place.”

There is no time like the present. Make a commitment to yourself. Figure out what you want.. fitness, finances, work-related, school/education, following your dream.. whatever it is.. and go for it!

Start today.

Wake up.

Kick ass.

Repeat.

(Cue Fat Amy from Pitch Perfect: “Crushed it!”)

Let’s do this. February is officially going to be the best month ever.

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For more Fitness Motivation, Inspiration, and Tips:

Workout At Home: 5 Amazing YouTube Fitness Channels for Women

Ditch The Gym and Workout At Home: A Beginner’s Guide

Get Fired Up: How to Stick to Your Fitness Program and Achieve Your Weight-Loss Goals

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Life is a Journey: Check-in and Re-Evaluate

  1. Posts like this are important. They make people feel like others truly care about their well being (even if the “others” are complete strangers.) Great inspirational tips as well as great references at the end.
    The new blog looks GREAT! šŸ™‚

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