Moving forward, slowly but surely.

As I near the end of week 2, I must say I’m happy to be on track, even if only by the skin of my teeth. This blog is being written very close to the deadline (I don’t think I’m late yet). Then I’ll read my DMP and Scroll 1 (yes, aloud) before finally heading to bed.

I think things will become a little easier after my current work deadlines have been completed. I’m definitely looking forward to that and having accomplished my first chore. I haven’t started it yet, but have been repeating my promise three times daily (among the other requirements) and staring at the task ahead. I keep telling myself it’ll be a piece of cake, once started.

Since I always keep my promises, I know that I will get my behind in gear, get up early tomorrow to accomplish my sit, have a little time with Charles and Napoleon, and start my task. I’ll only have about 15 minutes for phase 1 of the task before I must leave to teach my fitness class. So, 15 minutes to start, then it’s a protein shake and out the door I go.

Two hours later, I’ll be back at the task. Okay, I said a piece of cake. I’m budgeting 2 hours to complete the task. I’ll even give myself a reward if I finish within the time allotted. I have a nice bottle of wine that I’ve been saving. I might as well use it to celebrate the completion of my first chore. Any others who’ve completed tasks want to celebrate with me? I’m always happy to share!!

The first glass is for completing the chore, the second glass is to toast the next to come. Bring it on . . . I’m ready!

7 thoughts on “Moving forward, slowly but surely.

  1. Week 2 DONE… WoW…we have 26 more weeks to finish.
    I suggest you adding the Week numbers to we can follow in harmony.
    I’m looking forward to your growth in Week 3.
    You were very honest. I do hope you can grasp this opportunity and push the old blueprint to the side to gain what I think is going to be life changing.

    BRING IT ON!!!

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