I resigned from my job April 29. I loved it for many years, but I needed something new and different.
My last day was yesterday.
Today I woke up at 8am and lounged in PJs. Same routine as every Saturday.
Except it wasn’t the same. I created a Flickr account for posting photos from travels to new places. I created this blog to document my journey toward a new purpose and pursuits. I read a Kindle book from my queue, The Quantum Doctor.
I realized I can do whatever I want. And this freedom-to-act won’t end on Tuesday, when I’d usually go back to work. It’ll only ramp up from there. But it’s up to me to keep it going. So:
1. A good routine will be key. I’ll keep waking up early, at 7 or 7:30am.
2. Good health and nutrition are non-negotiable. I need to get back on track here.
3. Tackling the hard tasks will be a priority. Easy tasks can wait.
My major goals for this week are to register and study for the NASM personal trainer test, work on my NASM flashcard app, and blog at least three times.
It feels weird but incredibly great to be in this place of open road. It’s not the road I imagined two years ago, but sometimes to go forward, it’s necessary to do something different and unexpected for a while.
I don’t know what’s next. And that’s the great part.