But that's another question.
My dilemma has been the rush. I seem to be in this insane hurry to get somewhere I don't even know yet (which is why I mentioned the above). I have options, which is a blessing, when there used to be hardly any options and when so many people don't have options, but I don't know what option will be the best. Which is silly, because I won't know until I do it. But regardless, it feels like I should already be halfway there, because god forbid I get stuck where I am already. Which to be where I am today is an accomplishment, but it hardly ever feels like it because I am so focused on what's next even though I have no idea what that is. Why can't we all just be like dogs who just appreciate a loving family, a roof over their heads, food twice a day, and a comfy place to nap?
Yep, my foot is apparently a pillow.
And I do appreciate all of those things. But... I always wonder what else I should be doing. My life is a work in progress... and there is certainly no map with a direct route. It definitely feels like the never-ending forest right now.
I will say, however that I did keep my promise to run.
Of course, having a fun reason like the Glow Run was certainly motivating. Even though it was FREEZING.
Even after a harsh a.m. workout and I have been making a whole-hearted effort to eat clean.
That Key Lime Greek Yogurt is to DIE for - only 160 calories and packed with 11g of protein!
Although, at this current day certain house guests have kept me eating out (apparently the food in my fridge isn't tasty enough for some people). And if you have seen the past entries of this blog... you might have noticed my yummy experiences in Germany and although this is not German food, it is a craving I have not been able to quell since coming back to the states so when I had the opportunity to eat it, no way in
heck would I pass it up.
a Doner, a.k.i.a.a (also known in america as): a Gyro YUM
And it felt nice to just slow down for a minute and appreciate this work of art food. I'm beginning to really understand and appreciate "the Power of the Pause." So until next time...
That's all folks!