Year Two – Week Four

I am already four weeks into Year Two of my journey to health and fitness.  This is a journey that I am enjoying far more than I thought I would – and that has taken me to places that I never imagined possible. 

Molly – my fitness companion (Never saw that coming) πŸ˜‚

This is a journey that requires commitment, motivation, determination, and focus.  Fortunately, between my husband Dan, my Volley friends Dwight and Jackie, and all of my friends here on WordPress, I have the support and encouragement that I require to push on with this journey, even on those days when my commitment, motivation, determination, and focus is a bit lacking.

This week, I am determined to focus on ‘living my best life‘.Β  My best life is one where my priority is my health, happiness, and peace of mind – because I deserve it and because I cannot give to others what I do not myself possess. That means working out, eating well, getting adequate rest, meditating, enjoying the company of family and friends, appreciating the blessings in my life, and overlooking (or trivializing) the blips and bleeps.

Our blippin’ bleepin’ weather. πŸ™„

My fractured arm is coming along, although my shoulder continues to be bothersome. But I am feeling better, which is helping my workouts and my sleep. I managed a fairly good Zumba class this morning. If Molly had given me a bit more space, I would have crushed it! I have been meditating on a regular basis, which has obviously been good for my peace of mind. And I have been doing a pretty good job of keeping up with cooking, cleaning, and laundry. I have even been doing up my hair every day. That’s probably the biggest challenge for my achy shoulder but well worth it. “If you look good, you feel good. If you feel good, you do good.” As my mother used to say. πŸ˜‰

That’s it for this week’s health and fitness update.

Keep well & keep safe! πŸ’žπŸŒž

So ready for another Saskatchewan summer 🌞


28 thoughts on “Year Two – Week Four

  1. It is great to hear you are feeling better Anne. I hope your shoulder is healed and pain free soon. Hopefully nicer weather will come your way soon. ❀

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  2. I hope that you can receive some good physical therapy after your break fully heals. I think everything got a little out of tune and needs help! Much love and encouragement from me and Zoe.

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  3. Thank you, Elizabeth and Zoe. I hope so too! I would particularly appreciate having professional help to SAFELY get back to a full workout/strength training routine. I am hesitant about rushing things but I don’t want to be too hesitant. 🫀

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  4. Using professionals seems necessary. Our ideas of recovery often conflict with people who know bones and muscles better than we do. I am certain in time you will fully recover.

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