One Day, Day One

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I'll be the first to admit that setting goals is one of my favorite and least favorite things to do. Setting the goals is liberating and fulfilling, but the moment I slack or miss a day, I feel depressed and feel like I've let myself down. I've gotten into that habit of setting the goals (which is great), and then never following through on them (which is not so great). Sounds pretty familiar doesn't it. I think we all verbally commit to goals like "I'm going to get in shape this year" or "I'm going to drink more water" and in reality, meeting goals is actually really hard. It's changing an entire routine, or creating a routine that you just aren't used to. It takes a lot of time and effort, and sometimes it's time and effort that we miscalculated.

I've been traveling now for 4 months, and I've let myself down a number of times by committing to too much and just not following through. Its painful to realize that after writing down everything I wanted to do in a month, I fell short...