Stick it, come on you can do this, pull tight.
I was practicing handstands before yoga class today when I noticed how easy it is to jump to the next goal. I spent weeks mastering my headstand, only to quickly jump to my new goal of solidifying my handstand.
It’s important to think about how far we’ve come, not how far we still have to go.
Who knew persistence could be a pain?
As a kid, I remember being persistent in my quest to have fun. That little kid is still very much alive and a part of who I am today.
Persistent enough to force that giant sled down the little icy hills of Charlottesville.
A snow day was much appreciated on Monday as I persistently chased that well-known childhood high.
After an adventurous snow day of sledding, plowing through trails and attempting to throw snowballs, it was time to shed some layers and hop back on the work wagon come Tuesday.
First, I had tasks for my summer road trip after our big benefit on Sunday evening.
(Click here for more pictures from the benefit.)
Hours of work were tucked away and then it was off to the gym for yoga and cardio, but not before I snapped several shots of some savory creations.
Wait, what was I describing? 😉
Have a great evening!
What goal do you find yourself being overly persistent about?