Every morning at 5.30 am I walk, down and up a mountain. 350 metres above sea level, to be precise.

Every morning at 5.30 am I walk, down and up a mountain. 350 metres above sea level, to be precise.

The entire walk is 5.6 kms and in the afternoon, I do part of it again, about 1.5 kms.
Do I find this walk hard, you bet I do, every single day, I struggle. When I first started to walk, I would:

πŸ‘‰ Come up with every excuse in the book, why I DID’NT want to do it.
πŸ‘‰ How it was much nicer to stay in bed.
πŸ‘‰ That is was just too much effort because I get out of breath.
πŸ‘‰ It would take too long to notice any difference.
πŸ‘‰ I was too tired to go.

I struggled for the first month or so, stopping so many times, getting out of breath, sweating to death.

But then, I began to feel stronger, I could breath much better and I no longer stopped for breaks. The benefits:

😁 I see a beautiful sunrise every morning.
😁 I made a friend (a neighbour) who saw me and inspired her, now she walks with me.
😁 I feel so good for the rest of the day, focused, more mental clarity and motivated.
😁 I see lots of wallabies, birds and even a koala.

The morale of the story is, don’t sleep your life away, when you can get up and do something to change your life.

I don’t just mean your body either, your mental health, your career, your relationships, your happiness.

Don’t wait until you have no choice, do something today, which your future self will love you for!

Firstly, I am a trained, qualified, and practicing Dr of metaphysical Science, mind/body transformational/ manifesting master life coach, EMDR therapist and master of NLP, timeline therapist, empath and suicidal counsellor. I have over 30 years’ experience in these fields of helping people to divinely connect with and embrace their authentic selves. I guide people to weave the magic of their own inner strength and power into every aspect of their lives, creating a radical shift from within. This shift moves the person away from self-doubt, low self-esteem, sadness, depression, anxiety, stress, fatigue, and panic attacks.