T is for Time
Time is one of the most deceptive factors there is. At the same time one person can be having a blast while another is in misery. Both will experience the same 60 minutes and both will have a completely different perception on how much time has passed. Time will fly for the person having a fun yet it will drag for the person who is not.
While time is perceived differently depending on our circumstances, in reality time moves at the same rate no matter what. The next 100 days will go by in exactly 100 days no matter what. The question is, what will you do with them?
100 days ago I started a fitness challenge. If you follow me on social media then you know all about it. I worked out for 100 days in a row for 100 days. On day 1 it seemed like I had so far to go. Day 100 seemed so far away. Now I am on the other side of the challenge and all I keep thinking is wow those 100 days went so fast.
Often the things we want to accomplish seem so far away, like they will take so much time. But the reality is the time will move at the same rate whether you are working toward your goals or not. So what will you be doing over the next 100 days? Will you still be talking about what you want to do or will you be 100 days strong working toward your dreams?
I will be going hard in the gym for my 2nd #100DaysOfFitness challenge. Join me, starting Sunday!