“Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it’s always your choice.” ~Wayne Dyer
I started this summer as I start every summer…with great plans. I was going to accomplish so much. The house was going to be cleaned and organized. I was going to go to the gym every day. I was going to work with Max on his writing and Ollie on his…
demoness stubborn personality. I was going to read great books and write great things. I was going to plan for the next school year. All my centers would be made in advance.
I was going to do great things this summer.
Here’s what I have actually accomplished: I read two books, organized the toys in Max’s closet, and gone to the gym a smattering of times.
All I can really say is “what the hell happened?!?!?!?!?”
I have been extremely lazy, and probably downright selfish, this summer and I really don’t like it. I was supposed to make positive contributions to myself and my family and I have done nothing.
Fortunately, the best advice anyone ever gave me was that every every day, every hour, every minute is new…a time in which you can be reborn.
So tonight I signed up for the next Color Run in Baltimore (to be held in November). And tomorrow I will make my way back to the gym.
And each day I will accomplish something else because I can. I’m fortunate to know that I have the time to do this while others don’t. I am one of the lucky ones.
It’s time to get back on track. I can do this.
I have to do this.