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When it’s not on your doorstep

When it’s not on your doorstep

What do you do?

Do you wait until another event rolls around closer to you or do you travel the distance.

I’ve been to several events 100s of miles away from where I live, long train or coach journeys, hotels etc.

At the same time in Facebook groups I see people asking will this event be in X place or y place…

Because they don’t want to travel.

Yet even if it was on there doorstep, would they go?

I don’t know… but the question is if its really worth something to you

How far are you willing to go?

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The problem with daily habits

The problem with daily habits

Is that sometimes life throws a curveball at you and you can’t get round to doing them

Yesterday I missed my daily post, I planned on writing a late night one because my day was too busy with my car being broke an all that

But I didn’t get back till 11pm and just crashed out.

Daily goals can make you feel to pressured into accomplishing them and leave you feeling pretty bad if you don’t hit them

(There is some good in that)

But when there is nothing you can do and other things are going wrong don’t beat yourself up for breaking the streak

Afterall you can restart it the next day or when things normalise again and there can be some fun in a new beginning

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Where to find motivation

Where to find motivation

You won’t find it on a map or in a treasure chest

You won’t find it in the woods

Or over a rainbow

It won’t come to you either

Motivation you find in doing what you don’t have the motivation to start.

Say its going to the gym

You might not be motivated to go

But once your there and the more you keep going the more motivated you’ll find yourself.

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It must end

One of the laws of travel, laws of the kingdom is it must end

Fred Bryant

One of the laws of anything and everything is that it must end

But endings aren’t bad, they are quite magical really

Without an ending we wouldn’t appreciate anything

We would just take them for granted

Endings are the start of new beginnings, like a new career at the end of a university degree or a bad job

Endings are a blessing at the end of a hard workout

Endings mean that something happened
Even at the end of life, we got there because we had a beginning.