It’s the middle of October.
77 days until the end of the year.
And the sun is shining.
My kind of good news (the sun bit, not the accelerated end to 2020 so much!).
This week I’ve planned our Christmas and New Year timetable.
Finalised the next stage of the outside/online Fit Camp timetable as we go into the end of the year.
And organised a fun event for our members to celebrate our 11th year in business.
This all came about as I realised last Sunday, whilst taking the Sunday Wake Up! session in Winnersh, that I needed something to look forward to for Fit Camp.
It’s been suggested on more than one occasion that I take on to much and have a capacity for generating ideas and not seeing them all through. (Moi?)
Whether that’s true or not is another matter, but I do know that having the ideas to give me something to look forward to means that I can control what’s important, what makes me happy and what gives me purpose rather than rely on others to do that for me.
It’s when this happens in all areas of my life the trouble starts. If I have something ‘to look forward to‘ in several areas, that’s when I find myself a bit overwhelmed in it all.
All of it completely self inflicted.
So this week I’ve been very pleased to hear myself say no to something not once, but twice. And to also recognise that one future event for Fit Camp is enough to look forward to for now.
I know many of you will have had scheduled holidays, trips and visits cancelled this year, probably on more than one occasion. But I hope that you can find something to look forward to in spite of this.
- A day off to lie in bed a bit longer.
- A day off to get up and go out for the day with friends or family.
- A night in to cook your favourite meal.
- Spa days (several of our clients have been on a few recently and thoroughly enjoyed them)
- Walks along the beach in the autumn sun with a bag of chips at the end.
- Trying something new like paddle boarding or open water swimming.
- Having no plans (I find this is the counter balance to my need to do something. Having no plans for a day or a weekend is heaven).
Let me know what you are looking forward to right now. I’d love to get some inspiration from you.
Wishing you a very perfect weekend.
I know I share this tree with you a lot.
It’s a grand tree. It oversees our sessions in the dark early mornings and the more social Sunday Wake Up! each week. It’s a totem for Fit Camp and our members.
Outside, no-nonsense (it’s just being a tree), healthy.
If that sounds like you – come and join us too.
FastTrack Fit Camp is an outdoor fitness business with the focus on improving people on the inside so they feel good on the outside. In 2019 FastTrack Fit Camp became a Social Enterprise and committed to distribute a minimum of 50% of profits back to community environmental projects each year with the goal of helping our local citizens feel good whilst being outside too.