I saw it coming before it actually happened. But like most, I still hoped that when the day came, it wouldn’t be me. But it was.
The irony of last week’s post about staying active at work was that I wrote that post and scheduled it out before everything went down. And once it did, I wasn’t going to go unschedule all of my hard work.
If you’re like me and work a desk job, then I’m sure hours can go by where you’re glued to your desk and you never get up. Or you get up, fill your water bottle, stop in the restroom, and make another cup of coffee before returning for another couple of hours.
I have a love / hate relationship with my Fitbit sometimes because it means I get to see just how little activity I get during the day, especially if I’m not getting in a long walk or a run before work that day. It becomes a lot harder to achieve my daily step goal on those days. Continue reading “How to stay active at work”
First and foremost, thank you all so much for your kind words on my intention post last week. You all are the absolute best! There’s so much going on and I know it’s all going to be OK at the end of the day but for now, I am reminding myself to breathe, that everything changes, and that I have back up plans ready and waiting.
Anyway, let’s move on to this month’s CURRENTLY post as a way catch up:
The last week or so, one of my yoga instructors was suggesting the intention “everything changes” and it seemed to really stick for me. I’ve mentioned that things have been stressful and overwhelming lately. While there are a LOT of other things that are going well and very positive, when there’s an area of extreme overwhelm, it can be easy to find ourselves focusing more on that than on the positives.
I have to admit, I’ve been falling into that trap lately.