I received an email this morning alerting me to the fact that there are exactly 100 days left until the end of the year. What a great time to assess where we are with our health, our personal and professional goals, and to ask how we want to spend the final 100 days of 2009. Are there changes you would like to see with your eating, your weight, or your fitness? Would you like to readjust your life balance? How would you like to spend the next 100 days of your life? For many, the holidays—and all that comes with them—will be here before we know it. (Stay tuned, you’ll be hearing more from me about this.) What would you like to do differently this holiday season?
I know that my next 100 days are going to be busy, so I’m going to work on being more mindful and present in each moment. I’m going to do more yoga (okay, I’m going to actually do some yoga), and I’m going to work to really appreciate the time I have with family. I want to enjoy the next 100 days.
This is a great time to take stock and sketch out the steps you want to take. Keep them specific and manageable and you may find that January won’t be about setting new resolutions, but continuing down the path you are already on.
What would YOU like to accomplish in the next 100 days?
Take good care,