Happy Hump Day! And happy belated May Day… someone sent this to me yesterday and it made me giggle.
April is over and so is the WEGO Health Writers challenge. I didn’t do so well with this “challenge”, and that’s okay with me. I realized that I approached this challenge the way I approach working out, or eating healthy, or anything else.
- I was open to and happy to have inspiration
- Thinking about posting every day or not at all stressed me out a little, so I posted when I could.
- When I did post, I felt good about what I put up, I didn’t just go through the motions for the sake of posting
Get the picture? As much as I love blogging, the rest of my life gets in the way a lot of the time. And as much as I love running and working out, sometimes sleep is more important. And I’d love to be able to make all my meals from scratch every day, but sometimes I just need to order out.
When I blog, work out, cook… I want the end product to be worth my time. I’d rather have 3 quality workouts in a week than go to the gym 6 times and half-ass it… what a waste of time that would be.
I am not an all or nothing person. I thrive on structure and a daily schedule but I don’t like being forced to stick to it. It has to be on my terms.
So while I was supposed to post every day in this challenge, I didn’t. Because I strive for a healthy balance, and driving myself nuts to post every day really wouldn’t make me feel very balanced. I did really enjoy the posts I wrote and thought of other posts to write for the future, so… thanks for the inspiration, WEGO!
What’s your inspiration??