Write in Your Journal About Your Challenges So Far
The main focus of this 21-Day Walking Challenge is to allow the nature of moving your body well to help you get in better shape and therefore better health. Today’s topic is Walking Challenge Journaling Tip Part Two - Write About Your Experience So Far
“Keeping a journal of what’s going on in your life is a good way to help you distill what’s important and what’s not.” Martina Navratilova
What we know for sure is that walking is the link to living a healthy and vibrant life. We believe walking inspires the mind, activates the body, and nourishes the soul.
Welcome to day 11 of the 21-Day Walking Challenge. Before discussing the tip of the day, here is the walk you’re going to be going on:
Your Walk Today: 26 Minutes Long
Today’s Tip: Write in Your Journal About Your Challenges So Far
For your second journal entry of the challenge, you are going to write about anything you have had difficulties with. Maybe you have found the walking increments to be too low or too high, moving too quickly or too slowly, or you just aren’t really benefiting the way you thought you would by now.
Journaling is meant to be for you and you alone. That is part of the beauty of it. Since it is kept to yourself and you know nobody else will ever read it (if you don’t want them to), you can be open and candid.
Be completely honest in your journal entry today. You can write it before or after today’s 26-minute walk.
Write about your experience in the walking challenge so far, how you’re feeling today, what you have liked or disliked, and make a note about whether or not you think you want to continue with your walking journey after the 21 days are over.
Journaling Tip – If you have trouble knowing how long to write or when to stop writing, set a timer for 5 minutes. This lets you just write out your thoughts about your walking journey, but not feel like you have written too much or not enough. We think 5 minutes is a great starting point for journaling.
“Journaling is paying attention to the inside for the purpose of living well from the inside out.” Lee Wise
We appreciate that it never seems as if there are enough hours in the day, but it is so important to make a conscious decision to practice moving well, challenging our bodies in new ways, taking some time to write in your journal any feelings that might have come up in this challenge and we believe that walking is the most accessible form of exercise on the planet. Taking care of your mind, body and emotional needs will help you be able to live your best life.
You are your best advocate; if you are not moving well each day, it is easy to get burned out by all of life's demands. Taking some time each day for yourself to get outside and walk can have a profound impact on your well-being. Physical fitness and moving well begin and ends with you!
We would appreciate hearing from you. Will you accept today's challenge? Share any ideas or comments below.
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Enjoy your walk today!
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