Taking Time For Me On The Trails

I've written so much lately about eliminating processed sweet junk food (How I Am Going To Overcome Sugar Addiction) that I haven't said much about what else is going on in my life.

Well this week, a friend and I went out on the Appalachian Trail and then branched off onto another trail. I hiked this trail back in the spring. So I knew it went straight up.

It was difficult in the spring. It was more difficult with the cold temps and the ice.

I squealed every time that I slid... ahem.. and that was often.

And honestly, it wasn't easy for me to meet my friend to get out there on the trails. I feel like I have so much on my plate. There is so much that needs to get done. So much that I should be working on (like this blog, the house, the laundry and a ton of other things). But I had made plans, and I'm so glad that I kept them.

First of all, it was great to spend some time with my friend. It was also great to be out on the trail.

And it was a great reminder that taking time for me is as important (if not more important) than checking off items on my to-do list.

Whatever your thing is.... I encourage you to carve out time for you!

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