So this week I took some time off from blogging – and depending on how life goes this weekend, I may take some more off next week too. This post from Katy Widrick is why I will not say I’m sorry….
MCM Mama was looking for her muse this week, and so was I! She managed to de-clutter her house while looking for hers…. I need to try that next, all I’ve done is gone looking in craft bins and on book shelves. 😉
Apparently, lots of us have taken little mini breaks recently… Callie at the WannaBe Athlete also has lost her mojo. She’s lost her baby weight, run 2 half marathons… so what’s next? I understand that – weight maintenance has been hard for lots of reasons. Fitness goals? Well, there’s a reason I’m doing a Half Ironman this year, it keeps me motivated!
Emily has lost her weight loss direction – but is OK with that! Sometimes that happens too – it took me 4 years to lose my 100+ pounds, not because I lost and gained a lot, but because 40 pounds into it, I just stopped for a while. When I was ready, I started again. 🙂
Slow down. Those two words sum up this lengthy post by yoga teacher Andrew Gurvey – how much of life do we miss because we are in too much of a hurry getting “there” to enjoy the journey? And just where is “there” anyway? Definitely thought provoking.
A few weeks ago I posted about Rebecca’s charity challenge for the Easter Weekend; this post is her wrap up of how she did for her challenge. I both cycled and ran that weekend, but Rebecca did all three – swim-bike-run! Good on you, girl!
I’m wrapping this up with a tough post about one man’s battle with cancer – I love reading Susan’s posts on No Meat Athlete, and the story of her friend Carlos has been heart breaking. Thanks for sharing an update, Susan!
Goals: I read, I did some crochet, I got my workouts in. A good week. I’m almost rested up!
1. Long bike
2. Long run
3. Visit family