Having spent two weeks at home, resting up post operation, I’ve had quite some time to think ahead about what I’d like to achieve next year. After a knee operation, a good recovery needs time, and super crucially, needs to be done properly.
None of this rushing malarkey.
I’ve missed spending weekends hiking up mountains, cycling along the canal, or feeling exhausted after a great bouldering session. On a very awesome plus note though, I’ve been able to hang out with my fluffy cat baby.
– Pink Hunkemöller gym bag online here –
So to look ahead, I’ve decided to set myself some fitness goals for the new year and beyond. Let’s see what two weeks’ worth of reflecting has inspired me to do:
What I’ll be doing, once I’ve got my 2018 calendar in, is pencilling in all my dates and goals, that I’d like to achieve throughout the year. Especially with my plan of two swims a month, it’s easy to forget. But, by setting that little date, pen to paper, it’s a lot less likely to be missed.
If there’s one thing that’ll definitely get me in the zone is a new sports outfit. As an incentive to help you commit to your goals, surely a new top, bag or pair of trainers wouldn’t go amiss, right?
In my eyes, you need to start day one feeling on form, and if a nice extra can help then why not. Before the operation, and I went to my morning gym classes, they were right before work, so I’d lug everything I needed for the gym and work in one lot. One Mary Poppins bag is exactly what I needed. And I got it.
What this Hunkemöller gym bag fits inside is impressive. The clip is the key to it all. With one unlock, the bag opens up to fill to your heart’s content and, when empty, can be squished into a small bundle, taking up barely any room in another bag. Go on, go and set plans for the future, it keeps your mind active and you’ll have something to look forward to. And then when you’ve done it, crossing that task off your list will bring you such a sense of achievement, you might even find a new love for it too.
Will you be setting any goals for the New Year? I’d love to hear your plans.
Lots of love,