I signed up for the Bearathon…a race that I’ve wanted to do since we started racing back in 2012.
So, I plan on journaling this journey. I feel like it’ll probably be harder to get back into. Racing in my twenties, was hard mentally…and this time around, I feel like it will be harder to bounce back, physically…we shall see!
One thing I’m learning is that the goals we set don’t have to be grandiose. They don’t have to be loud. They don’t even have to be linear, following a specific track.
Write them down. And, also enjoy the journey. Know that if it doesn’t happen in the exact time frame you thought or how you thought, it still happens- and that’s something you should be proud of.
You can hustle. . . you can also take it slow.
Some seasons, your goals can be fluid.
This past year has taught me, that sometimes, goals happen long after you wrote the plan. Long after you changed the behaviors. Long after you’ve re-trained your brain. Long after you’ve done the front-end work.
So, set your goals. But, breathe. And be ok with them not happening on your time table. Because, sometimes, they don’t.