November review + looking ahead to what remains of 2021

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Almost anybody can learn to think or believe or know, but not a single human being can be taught to feel. Why? Because whenever you think or you believe or you know, you’re a lot of other people: but the moment you feel, you’re nobody-but-yourself.

To be nobody-but-yourself — in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else — means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting.

E. E. Cummings

November highlights

enjoyed a yummy Thanksgiving dinner with new friends
made progress on yoga teacher training (SO close)
103 workouts – 26+ hours (cycling, yoga, strength, walks, stretching)
Peloton milestones: 70-week streak + 150th yoga class
rode 170.4 miles + increased average output over last month
continued hardCORE On the Floor + Peloton and Apple challenges completed
virtual friend dates + calls
spent a weekend exploring while our house was getting a new roof
continued sharing photos from our road trip
hair cut + color
kayaked our way around the bay
kicked off the holidays in a fun way seeing a Broadway show
picked out + purchased this year’s Christmas tree + decorated for the holidays
read one book
survived another month of an extra stressful work project
listened to many episodes of “Armchair Expert”
quieted my mind for 120 minutes
gratitude most days
continued daily + weekly + monthly habit tracking
tried a number of new recipes
celebrated the return of Dexter
wrote six blog posts

December intentions + what I’m looking forward to

complete 200-hr YTT
find new tenants for our Denver rental
continue sharing road trip photos
a weekend away committed to wellness
participate in #3for31 challenge
create + send out new year cards
begin 2021 review + 2022 planning
wine club pickup + Banksy + plans with new friends
COVID-19 booster
time off to celebrate the holidays (fingers crossed)
read four books

open tabs

winter hiking
some gratitude help
take the guesswork out of online thrifting
making friends as an adult
navigating San Francisco
writing help
it’s more than just calories burned
something to watch
dreamy reading nooks
holiday self-care
finding meaning in your life
the vagus nerve
stay-at-home getaways
holiday gift ideas that make life a little better
the healing power of nature
leaving the red zone
pathway to a more meaningful life
gifts that give back
the healing power of nature
the healing power of nature

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