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My day usually consists of crossing two or three things off a much larger list of tasks I need to do to keep moving forward with life goals. But here’s the hitch: I always have a feeling at the end of the day that I didn’t do nearly enough to feel as though I had a fully accomplished day. Writing thoughts down as a goal or a reminder seems to be helpful, but just getting to the point of writing goals down daily becomes a task in itself. So this is a list so to speak of how I want/need to live my life.
A day in the life of getting Hike the Good Hike moving in the right direction. A day in the life of teaching myself to grow….
Am I going to get all these things done in a day? Probably not. But I will constantly remind myself to look at my list. I'll scratch some things off and add some others that I realize I need, getting to the ones that are most important daily. Right now the most important is growth and self-awareness. I need to pay more attention to myself.
To be honest the whole reason I started hiking was because of the state I found myself in - not so much physically but more so mentally. I felt totally lost with life and even more so being afraid of where that could take me. The one thing I’ve always hung onto was knowing I had much more to gain from life than actually loose. But I still battle. There are days I still feel totally lost and I let my own personal battles get the best of me. The last couple of days have been just that. How many of you can relate to having a day that eats away at you for days afterwards?? I’ve spent this day dealing and now doing the things I need to do for some healing.
Sometimes I have to get up, write some reminders down, talk when I need to do so, grab a big cup of coffee and write. I need to be aware of what I’m writing and not fear the words that come off of my finger tips on the keys.
That's my list. My coffee is finished, but I haven’t moved my feet yet today so its time to do so. Tomorrow I'll check in on my list and cross some things off and certainly add one or 2 more.
Hike the Good Hike
Jesse (trail name TBD)