Typically my meals go something like this: muesli & yogurt for breakfast, a sandwich and snack-food for lunch, some more snacks, brown rice/protein/roasted veggies for dinner, and sometimes a snack after that. Today, I kept it all the same really, but mixed up my dinner and tried a new recipe!
Today’s task was easy, because I am the queen of procrastination. I have assignments that I should be working on; I have runs that I should be going on; I have this and that, left and right. What can I say, I love a good adrenaline rush when things begin to crumble!
I can’t believe I did this, but I truly tried something new today: I let my friends cut my hair.
There are a lot of things that make me happy, and a lot of things that I am beyond grateful for. But it was a bit different today, because I actually sat down and thought about them all.
I once read about the quietest room in the world, where you could apparently hear every sound your body made, where you could hear your own heart beat. And apparently, every person to go into the room could only spend a few minutes in there, because it was so overwhelming to hear so much. I’m sure we can all relate. Sometimes the last thing we want is to hear how we’re really doing.
I’m not quite sure why this task was included in the challenge, but I guess it’s always good to expand one’s boundaries! So today, I researched the history of glitter. Random, fun, reminded me of my childhood. But there are a lot of other topics out there that I (and maybe you) should check out—topics that bring us out of our comfort zone and encourage growth. And who knows, maybe you’ll find a new passion.
Life and chaos got the best of me yesterday, so I didn’t post—but I did do the task of the day, and I took a writer’s approach to it.
Today’s task: stretch it out. Looking at my steps for the day—2,060 by the way, I didn’t even make it outside today—I realized I actually could use some stretching. My limbs could really use some moving.
Some time ago, I read that apple cider vinegar (ACV) was like, the be-all-end-all. A week later, I found myself in a local organic grocery store buying a liter of it.
Today’s mini challenge was to hydrate, and as simple and straightforward as that sounds, I really had to put a lot of thought into it.