Your carb loading friend is back. There is no way I can begin to describe Rome and the history we saw. If you are looking to travel abroad, this is a must on your list. You only need a few days to see the city, but you could spend a full day in the Vatican and not see everything. The epitome of priceless. The food was insanely delicious. The coffee, the wine, the gelato, I could rant forever.
As I slide back into my routine you may remember the 21 Day Challenge I signed myself up for. I am actually going to add on a few days to round out the 21. Although I walked dozens of miles in Rome it isn’t the same as grinding out 5 during my normal week.
Don’t look at my 21 Day Challenge and count the miles, count the things I learned. I strongly encourage you all to set up these small challenges and goals. Hear me out:
- 2 days or 30, you are telling yourself to do something you don’t normally do. It’s awesome to expand what you “think” you are capable of.
- You learn something about yourself. Whether you decide to read the daily paper or cut out sweets, you will undoubtedly have a new appreciation for your mind and body.
- Motivation. Setting small goals, or big ones, keeps you focused. It felt good waking up every day with a challenge in front of me.
Many of you have set and achieved amazing goals and I encourage everyone to find a way to challenge themselves daily.
What moves you: Are you a fan of small goals or big aspirations?