If you remember, my weekend goals post was titled “I have too many goals”. As it turns out, that was true, partly. Last night, I finally told myself I needed to get some sleep and that it was not the end of the world that some of the things I wanted to do, didn’t get done. But as I looked back over them today, I realized some of those things were tasks. They weren’t there to drive me toward something bigger and better, and if I put those to the bottom of my list to ensure I did something I needed to do, it was okay.
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The journey I’m on has always been about the balance between flexibility, and sticking to a plan, but the more I grow, the more I realize sometimes what you need to “stick” something, is a little flexibility.
So here are my outcomes:
– Yoga tonight before bed
– 5 miles tomorrow morning
Changed to 60 minutes of intervals, burned 476 kcal, AHR 169
– Upper body & core strength training
30 minutes of arms and core after intervals
– Yoga tomorrow & Sunday post-runs
Done and done
– 9 hilly miles (have to have the hills for this one) on Sunday
It was a mess, but DONE
– Clean & organize my apartment
Partially done. Some parts of it will remain a disaster until I move into a real home, not a corporate apartment. I’m okay with it.
– Pack for my work trip
Nope, not even close
– Make 2 tutus for next weekend’s Color Run Nashville
Attempted, but I didn’t get enough tulle.
– Clothes shopping (I will explain later)
Done! New jeans, a chambray dress, cute top, and cardi.
– Draft a memo & meeting agendas for a work project
Did not do, but did early this morning
– Narrow down options for my spring vacation
I feel like I added more options. Right now: Los Cabos, Turks & Caicos, Miami, Playa del Carmen, USVI or BVIs. Help!!! I want sand, pools, yoga, a killer spa, and sun, lots of sun.
Do you beat yourself up when you don’t cross everything off your list? And seriously, thoughts on a solo beach vacation?