the first month is the longest + looking ahead

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“But part of getting to know yourself is to unknow yourself—to let go of the limiting stories you’ve told yourself about who you are so that you aren’t trapped by them, so you can live your life and not the story you’ve been telling yourself about your life.”

― Lori Gottlieb, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed

January highlights

completed 95 workouts (strength, yoga, strength, cycle, hiking, running)
40 rides + 11 hours + 3 PRs + 204 miles
signed up for April Pelofondon
began 200 hr yoga teacher training
surpassed 1,000 mile Peloton annual minutes
completed first 60-minute ride
200th ride + 100th stretch milestones
celebrated one year in SF
participated (virtually) in Outside In immersive series
explored more parks + outdoor areas
began no-buy year + successful first month
took in the magnificent magnolias at the botanical gardens
participated (virtually) in Night of Ideas
finished Dexter series
watched WW84 and The Minimalists
read six books
completed 1.5 modules of blogging course
completed Apple fitness + Peloton monthly challenges
wrote + posted seven blog posts
participated in “Happier January”
paid more attention to moon phase
began new daily + weekly + monthly habit tracking
completed two webinars (professional dev)
three live rides with Schweloton group
meditated most days
completed mini book reviews on Instagram
virtually met someone in the area
calls + video chats with friends and family
continued SF stairways challenge
continued daily NYT mini crossword + Spelling Bee challenges
continued to check out local restaurants via delivery/takeout
created many delicious meals
continued weekly “three good things” practice + blog post

February intentions + what I’m looking forward to

celebrating husband’s 40th birthday
increase time outdoors (15-min daily goal)
continue no-buy year
read four books
complete Peloton + Apple fitness challenges
progress on yoga teacher training
write six blog posts
continue meditation practice
finish two sections of blogging course
at least one hike
continue #Schweloton live rides
participate in Friendly February
increase average hourly output for rides
continue daily + weekly + monthly habit tracking
one volunteer activity

open tabs
tips for a minimalistic Christmas that extend beyond the holidays
a review of 2020 writing
letting go of “shoulds”
take a vacation — even if you can’t go anywhere
soaking in every word of this podcast
when you feel like complaining
a lunch break is possible when you’re WFH
kids, they’re not for everyone (and that’s ok!)
access to nature for all
why the four agreements matter
connecting with the moon
I see you, Mara
a different way to welcome a new year
disappointment isn’t always bad
inspiring
literary promiscuity in the digital age
doing nothing — and why you should try it

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