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Groundhog Day

December 30, 2011 7 Comments

Do you ever feel like every day is Groundhog Day? Lately, I’ve felt like I’m living the same day over and over; like every day is the same as the last. I’m not exactly unhappy – but I am suffering a mad case of ennui.

I know that we’ve not long finished off the Christmas ham, and that we’re all dusting off our party shoes to bring in a new year, and that I should be buzzing with energy and excitement. But I’m not.

For the past few months, I’ve had dreams most nights of chopping off my hair, and at my next hair appointment in January, I plan to do exactly that. Such a plan would have previously been panic-inducing, but currently, the thought of it is exhilarating. Freeing. Change has always been a major source of anxiety for me, but right now, I’m itching for it.

I read blogs like Fit Mumma, Meals and Miles, Skinny Latte Strikes Back, and Healthy Tipping Point, and consequently I feel… restless. I want to achieve something big. Huge, even.

For months I’ve been trying to work out what that something was, and I’ve finally decided – the Blackmores Half Marathon in Sydney on Sunday 16 September 2012. Run, walk, stumble or crawl – I’m going to cross that finish line.

Tags: ennui Goals Half marathon Life Looking forward

Comments:4

  1. Shelley Reply
    December 30, 2011 at 10:46 am

    I know exactly what you mean. I’ve lost my mojo for a good few months and it makes me restless. I’ve signed up for Michelle Bridges 12wbt starting in February, which will give me 12 weeks of a good kick up the backside, which is exactly what I need. Best of luck to you with the half marathon! I look forward to reading your progress. x

    • miss posy Reply
      December 31, 2011 at 9:51 am

      I love the 12wbt, Shelley – I hope you enjoy it! 2012 – the year our mojo returns xx

  2. Donna Reply
    December 30, 2011 at 1:51 pm

    Love your plans! Both the hair and the half marathon – how exciting! x

    • miss posy Reply
      December 31, 2011 at 9:52 am

      Thanks, D! The thought of both are currently very exciting – but will probably terrify me as they get closer ;)

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