Joining with Juliann today to share how I did with my word in September.
It was a good month, perhaps the best month yet for my focus. At times it felt like I was moving at a snail’s pace, but if you watch a snail – even though it moves slowly, it does move, and so did I!
My focus this month was to move my body more…AND not let all the other things I have worked on getting into focus to become out of focus.
I think I managed to do that fairly well – not perfectly, but good enough that it feels like I have figured it out and it is beginning to feel like a routine *again*!
My list of accomplishments this month might not have lots of “visible things” in the completed column – but sometimes the things that only you can see are the ones that make the biggest impact on your life!
What about you? How did you do with your word this month?
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Sometimes the biggest accomplishments might not be visible, but slow and steady progress can make a huge overall impact. I’m glad to hear about your continuing focus and I LOVE your snail photo!
I know it can be hard to feel like you’re moving forward when you can’t necessarily see what you’ve accomplished, but feeling like you’ve gotten into a routine with your exercise is a great indication of your focus! The snail is a good reminder that it’s not about how fast you get somewhere but *that* you get there at all.
Yup, slow and steady usually works. Glad it has worked for you this month. What a great photo!!!
All things in moderation . . .
slow and steady win the race . . .
Very Important Words when you’re talking about focus, I think! It’s not about QUICK; it’s about being consistent — and it sounds like that’s what made your month so successful! BRAVO! XO
I think your consistency shows that your focus is right where it should be.
Slow and steady sounds like it is made for focus. And great work on the moving your body goals. I walk almost every day and feel like it contributes as much to mental health as it does to my physical health. Hello Autumn.
The photo is perfect and the words, doubly so. I think the internal results, i.e., how you feel are far more important than ticking off boxes.