I am in a rather decisive mode right now. If I decide that I want to do something, I AM JUST GOING TO DO IT. That sounds so obvious and incredibly cheesy but — it’s not. Because sometimes things that I want to do — even if they are for myself — impact others, and often I got lost in the debates and the details.
I wanted to try eating paleo. I worried about: what the others in the house would eat, what others would think of this decision, and (fine) whether I would be super-sad without grains / legumes / cheese in my life on the regular.
I wanted to start running (and racing) longer distances again. I worried about: how I would fit in longer runs, being judged by others for wanting more time for myself, feeling guilty about wanting this time.
I got tired of overthinking things and just took action. And somehow this has actually made me feel energized to make more things that I want happen — bigger things and smaller things. A sampling of some other things I want to do:
* Make a weekend playgroup happen (even a sporadic one)
* Read. Actual books.
* Quit certain internet/phone distractions for good. I know I have written about this a zillion times before, but in this mode I think I might actually stand a chance at success. A friend and I made a pact to stop a particularly irritating one and so far it has been fantastic.
I don’t know what has spurred on this energy. But I’m going with it!
not bad for ‘feels like’ = 91F
a starting point at least!
mother of 3 // MD // south floridian // ESFJ // upholder.
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