Boy, if the rest of the holiday season is like the past few weeks, I apologize in advance! Things have, as usual, been a little crazy and this blog has suffered. You should be happy to know though that my fitness has only suffered slightly. I have been living it up in the yoga studio (5 classes in 6 days - woot!) and I managed to actually lift some weights, so overall I'm feeling pretty good. And I managed to make all my scheduled runs with the exception of 2 miles though they have been lacking in quality (worst 7 mile run in history).
Which leads me to one of my favorite sayings - Perfect is the Enemy of Good. Sometimes, if we want to be good at many things (and enjoy them!), we must stop trying to be perfect.
I like to run. I like to run less when I feel guilty for missing a few miles.
I love yoga. I like yoga less when I injure my wrist trying to support a perfect posture.
I like writing this blog. I like it less when I feel guilty for missing a few posts.
For more on Perfect versus Good, check out this article.