A couple months back when I was pondering good ways to ring in 2008, I fell into the trap (as many of us do) of making resolutions. Nearly nine weeks post-festivities, I thought I’d take a moment to reflect on the progress. As far as I can recall, I officially opted in for two tasks…
Goal 1: Run. And seven weeks into this little Running Room five kilometer clinic experiment, I’m out a minimum of two times per week and averaging four clicks per run. If you are thinking of taking up the sport, I would definitely recommend the clinic route. The so-called course material is nothing that couldn’t be had from your average running website, but the motivation of group learning is worth ten times the price of the clinic itself. Not bad.
Goal 2: I opted to (as the tag line of this blog temporarily implies) write four short stories over the duration of the year. Inside of the space where I track this particular project, there is a time-line. On that particular time-line there are quasi-random milestones. And so far each of the milestones has been reached. So, again, not bad.
And all this amongst a flurry of work, weary weekends, and whithering weather.