A walk in the park

Life is not a walk in the park. Lol. But you can always go for a walk in a park. And here is why you should do that more often.

The most difficult part is to motivate yourself to get out of bed, get dressed, put those running shoes on and head out to walk. I know. But as I’m sitting here in a park while writing this post, let me tell you that it is totally worth it.

I just finished a 3 km run in 30 minutes (I don’t know if that is good or bad for starters) and I loved the feeling of my heart beat faster each time that i paced up. That on top of my favorite song playing in the background was a real good feeling.

So what is the point of documenting this down? Simple, this will serve as a reminder for me to come here again and more often the next time I don’t feel like coming, the next time I feel like it won’t be worth it.

Everything aside, it is at least better than staying in bed and spending that time in pointless overthinking. Also, I had no idea of what I will be writing about next, the fresh air kind of motivated me to write. So win-win-win.

Do share your feedback on this post and let me know what reminders would you like to give to yourself that can motivate you to head out.

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4 thoughts on “A walk in the park

  1. Sometimes life can be a walk in the park… Jurrasic Park! ๐Ÿค“๐Ÿฆ–
    Don’t forget to monitor your inner conversations. Tell yourself constantly that there is no room for negativity in your mind. On days you find yourself over thinking, push yourself a little bit more to get out, do something different.
    I think you surprised yourself at how something like going for a run can have such a positive impact on your mind. Go, you!

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