I wrote a little about little and big changes that I wanted to make to my life this year and you can read about the most major of things that I have so far completed, here
I am still on some sort of journey and although I haven’t really been blogging much, I have been very busy helping a friend with her business and also putting my ideas into practice, I am still on the train of self discovery and change. This past year has truly been amazing but so very busy. Bubblebutt has turned 1 already and I have also returned to work after maternity leave, which in itself was a period of adjustment but I am happy to say that all is well in the world of work.
I set myself some personal tasks , one which is really going to test me physically as well as mentally.. I am unsure if I will be able to complete this task but I will try as hard as I can to do so. The event in questions is “Tough Mudder 2014″. I was supposed to be doing this with a friend but I am unsure as to whether or not she will be able to do this due to work commitments, and our conflicting work schedules.
However, I have a great trainer in @GymguyMark who not only pushes me to my limits at the Western tennis club physically but also believes that I can do this. I think he might be the only person who actually does believe that I can do it, whilst everyone else thinks I’m crazy. Is it really that nuts to push yourself , to achieve and do something out of your comfort zone? I wouldn’t have thought so but I feel that there are a lot of people with negative attitudes around me at the moment and I just want to scream when I hear their doubts and tell them to stop objecting and start believing.
I think that this post may turn into something of a rant.. I see a lot of people “talk” about the changes that they want to make and I know that change can be unnerving and scary but I hate hearing the same moans and groans about how life isn’t going the way that they want it to go. Get out there, grab life by the balls and DO something! Even if its a little thing but do it because you want to do it, do it because it makes YOU happy, not anyone else and most importantly , ENJOY it!
I am a bit prone to procrastinating when it comes to tasks that I have to complete on a daily basis but if you get all of the “niggly” things done and out of the way, spend less energy on complaining… There really is more time for doing the things that you enjoy. I realised this very much so today.. I have been far more productive and less complacent and the amount of things that I have completed has amazed me. I feel good for it and I feel less stressed despite how I was feeling this morning knowing that there was stuff that I had been putting off for weeks. I feel good for writing again, even if its just a lot of nonsense … I forgot how good it makes me feel