If you’ve been following, you might remember that one of my 2014 resolutions was to plank everyday. Checking in two weeks later and I must admit I’m lucky if I’ve planked half the days that have gone by. What I came to realize was that all of my past, successful resolutions were all goals that omitted something from my life. I didn’t shop for a year, didn’t eat meat for a year, didn’t drink alcohol for a year… all things that took something away. This year I switched it up a bit. Instead of eliminating something from my life, I tried to add something… and I’ve failed… or have I?
My 2014 resolutions to blog, plank, and run all revolve around adding to my life. It’s something I haven’t focused on in a long time and something that I haven’t had immediate success with now. But, does that mean that I’ve failed? I don’t like to think so. Just because something is taking more time to succeed at doesn’t mean I should abandon it, right?
So I am starting fresh. I’ve decided to keep a tally of how many days I can plank in a row. Kinda like those workplaces that have the number of days without an accident, I will have a number of days with planks. That way if I miss one day, my resolution isn’t out the window. I’m not giving up on it that quickly! Resolutions are all about making yourself better, and this year I will get better at planking! You have my guarantee! Now do you have any resolutions you’ve already given up on? Why? Why not just start new? It doesn’t have to be January 1 for you to change your life.
This girl has gone 1 day planking!