I haven’t yet written a post like this before but I think it is important to document. Especially when across social media, it comes across as people are always on the GO GO GO. I’m always smashing those gym sessions and travelling for work. But, when you don’t take the time to concentrate on how you are exactly feeling – you get worn out.
What’s been going on?
The past couple of weeks I have been feeling a bit off and more tired than usual. Not really physically tired – more mentally. I am the type to throw myself into gym routines, try to get involved as much as possible at work and to feel slightly bad when I’m resting.
Around this time last year, I was diagnosed (which sounds like a very scary word) with
Obviously, I wasn’t doing this. I didn’t feel physically tired. The fact that I was mentally tired wasn’t really being communicated to my brain and body properly. (apologies for the lack of science x) So, as you can expect, I kept pushing myself HARDER. I wanted to keep SMASHING Cut Reload and seeing
But then I hit a bit of a wall.
I felt crap and I was performing crap – everything was a
So, what are you doing about it Millie?
Good question. September is all about slowing down. (Over on Instagram I like #SlowDownSeptember) Apart from the fact that the Great North Run is on Sunday 8th September, everything else is
What I’m doing to slow down this September
- Decreasing the number of workout sessions a week. (I will then start implementing more sessions over time.)
- Prioritising my
sleep overEVERYTHING else.
- Decreasing my commitments.
- Decreasing my time spent on social media.
- Spent some time thinking about my priorities and how I want to spend my time.
I hope that none of you
I have been doing this for a
Have a nice day!