…. recognises the awesome in you.
I’ve just done day 1 of Adrienne “Home” yoga work out and it finished with that line. For some reason when she said it a warm glow washed over my body and I wanted to share it with you and pass on the awesomeness.
I’ve decided to do her Home 30 day yoga journey again. I previously did it before getting sober and I’m interested to see how it feels doing it sober, when life feels more colourful. I’ve already delightedly grinned to myself ear to ear for no apparent reason half way through. I don’t remember doing that the first time.
I decided to do yoga, because I’d stopped doing it during my lake district holiday and then for some reason or another never got back into it. I always feel better for doing it, calmer, more collected and since we are entering a second lock down I thought now would be a good day to start.
30 days yoga in a 30 day month.
Plus most of you who are kind enough to comment have all sung its praises as a coping strategy which is needed right now.
I’m also going to try and do 30 days no binge eating too, but going to take it day by day. This time now is normally my danger zone, BB napping and hubby and SD out walking so I feel proud to have beaten this afternoons urge.
I know there will be plenty more through out the day (and 30 days) but trying to take it moment by moment, until like alcohol, I dont obsess over it anymore.
I’ll be using this blog to keep myself accountable as it seems to really work.
So that’s my Sunday. I’m trying not to dwell on the swimming pool being shut and filling time with positive activities. Hopefully by doing yoga and running a few times a week, by the time it’s open I’ll be able to hit it hard. I’ll certainly be fitter.
So how is everyone? English people, how are you coping with the news?(I know there’s different restrictions in Scotland, Wales and NI. USA people, how are you feeling with the vote getting closer? I hope you’re ok.
Ps If anyone wants to join me for this challenge it’s very welcomed