Status: March 22nd, classes completed: 17
Somehow I’ve managed to fall behind on this challenge, there was a few days where between work and teaching I didn’t have time to make it to a class and accepted that I’d be making it up down the line. There was also a friends stag weekend, with an excess of food and alcohol- aka a complete write off. I’ve even doubled up a few times and STILL haven’t caught up! People, I am pooped!
My body has definitely adapted to WANTING to practice once a day, its great- but that’s not the issue. Its finding the time to double up and get caught up. Initially I had this in the bag, I was Cross-fitting and going to yoga in the evening, I was on a roll!
Now I feel a bit run down and totally out of Wack. I argue with myself what the point of this is… should I just keep on course and continue going to 1 class a day and congratulate myself on that fine achievement alone? What about the days (like yesterday) where I chose to go outside for a walk in the beautiful spring sunshine with my mom, instead of going to the yoga studio? I feel like its a fair trade? After all BALANCE in life is a much larger achievement with greater rewards than completing a 30 day commitment.
Maybe that’s what my problem really is; I’ve lost the idea that it’s a commitment to practice, and fell into the mold of people thinking this is a CHALLENGE, a competition… something I can win.
When you fall of the horse, you have to just get back on and keep riding, so this journey continues!