“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.” – Matthew 6:34
Ever since the marathon, it has been difficult to get back into running. Granted, I definitely chose to take some time off, but lately I’ve only been running once a week or maybe twice. I’ve also gotten into vinyasa flow hot yoga, which is a different sort of challenging workout.
I’ve felt a lot of guilt about not running- I signed up for the Great Race 10K in September with a good friend, which will definitely keep me focused on training and staying in shape. But it’s hard to shake that voice that says “Corinne, you should be running.” Sometimes I “give” into that voice and go running and I never regret it, but sometimes I will just do yoga or swim. Or drink a beer. #keepingitreal
But life is too short to have regrets. I figure that the discipline of running will return to me when I am ready, and I’m going to live it up in the process. As Matthew wrote, tomorrow will worry about itself. I have enough trouble not worrying about the present that I can control, let alone stuff I can’t. I definitely plan to run in Hong Kong, so stay tuned!