I didn't make it to 30 days. 29 is the final conclusion. Why? I had a lazy Sunday. Like, a laaaaazy Sunday. I woke up at 9 (there comes a time when that totally is sleeping in, am I right?), I may have watched football, I may have napped. I know, I'm crazy.
Teaching has kicked up and it's been nothing short of a miracle that I had gotten this far. I made this challenge and alternating day one (yoga, run, yoga, run...) so that I'd hit the super cold, super rainy, super busy days, and I'd have to get out there and do something. I wanted to prove to myself that even when I think I can't, I can. Doesn't mean I wanted to though.
I do feel back on the wagon, for sure. I've enjoyed taking some rest days this week and have gotten swept back up into end-of-year clinic rush (benefits, anyone??), teaching, marking, and life in general. Which pretty much just sums up 'how it is'.
And 'how it is', is not an excuse. I will conclude, again, that activity, exercise, stretching, moving, makes how it is that much easier.
I challenge myself... a lot.