Physically: I’ve been able to get a workout in every single day. Some days, that workout consists of 50 pushups as I get ready to crawl into bed. Some days it’s a full, heavy weight session at the gym. But I’ve done some sort of muscle punishing workout every single day. I’ve seen some results, too. Nothing too tremendous, but enough that I’m happy with my progress.
No, I’m probably never going to be huge. I resigned myself to that my senior year of high school. Nor do I want to, as my wife claims she doesn’t like overly muscular dudes. So that’s good. But I am happy with my results so far.
I’ve completed a number of books so far, but I’m slightly behind pace. I realize that, but I’m not freaking out too badly by that, because when I get into a fiction book, I usually devour it.
I’m pleased with my progress. I’ve made a desk, learned to identify a lot of birds (which reminds me, we’ve seen our first robin in the yard), and I’m progressing towards my first belt in karate.
Again, pleased with where I am. I’m slightly off pace, but that will all change as rugby season comes into full swing this spring. I run a lot during the spring and fall seasons. So anywhere that I am behind, I will make it up very soon. In addition, we’ve got our first adventure race of the season coming up in two weekends. I’m excited to be running with my wife. Also, I love my Vibram Five Fingers.
People Who Matter:
I’m a little behind on this, but several upcoming posts include more than one person, so I will be back to pace very shortly.
So that’s it. A brief look at the first quarter. I’m sure I could be more in depth, but none of this matters to you. What really matters here is you. Is this inspiring you to do something better? Does it help you continue on a path you’ve wanted to walk? In the end, that’s what I hope to do…inspire you.