I have a lot of changes I’m trying to make as I continue with 100 Days Healthier me. I am doubling down to some extent with the Sixty-Day Superhero in helps of hyperfocus. It hasn’t been an easy road, and I’m making missteps here and there. But that final day will come, and I know I’ll be better off for it.
I don’t see many big changes taking my shape. My goal over the next 40 plus days aren’t huge. They’re small changes that will extrapolate outwards and blossom into bigger and better things. For instance, I am going to micromanage my finances in hopes of keeping my spending in check. This minor accounting will keep me accountable and show me where my money is going. Of course, I have to make sure I’m doing it for it to have the needed effect.
When I talked to Charmaine about what the Exercise did for her, it was a sense of calm. She made it sound like she was more serene and balanced. Both of these things are needed in my life. I am hardly calm. It’s one of the reasons why I am wanting to learn how to meditate. I want to focus, balance, and equalize myself for a better future. This is definitely going to help me on this path forward.
Part of this focus means finishing my novel. It is two-quarters written and I started writing the third. Having this under my belt as a completed document will actually give me a focus forward to continue writing. It’ll also be one step towards the future both Char and I are building together with my universe and her company. This positive step will happen.
My biggest hope is that for the rest of these days I just give in and let it mold me into the calmer focused me. Right now, I tend to throw these blog posts together the day of. Today, for instance, I’m typing it on my phone because my iPad is disabled. I should have had more of an idea and prepared for it. I’m hoping that on the other end I’m a bit more forward thinking and outlining things.
I used to be so prepared ahead of time when it came to work. I knew my time off. I had money set aside even if it was just for an event. I knew what my days looked like before they happened. I never permeated all this through to writing, finances, and exercise, but I should have. And i guess that’s what I’m hoping to be at the end. If nothing else, I want to end in a more prepared me.
Working out, nutrition, and overall wellness has been the themes presented here and this start promotes healthy aspects of each. In forty days, a lot can change in terms of life, and it’s hard to figure out how I am going to be at the end of it. If I get a new job that I’m applying for, I will be changing a lot more than just my finances. I may meet someone at an event and it may derail things. It’s all up in the air, but it’s good to look forward with goals in mind.
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