I want to start another streak. A yoga streak. I need to get my personal practice back. Bad.
The other day I subscribed to Udaya so that I would have lots of classes to choose from and no excuses. My pre-streak started today when I woke up, took a hot shower, slathered myself in coconut oil, put on my yoga togs and walked to Sandy’s class.
Hip openers were on the menu today, and they were sweet. I so appreciate being able to take a class, and not have to teach all the time. I took Lisa’s spot in the back corner. Now I know why she likes it back there. It’s cozy, you’re under the skylight, and you have the illusion you can’t be seen by the teacher.
(You’re wrong of course, but it’s still nice to pretend.)
I am counting today as day 1 of what I hope will grow into a 108 Day yoga streak. But it won’t be an official streak until Day 10, which will be April 29th, just as the Yoga Challenge is winding down. *Fingers crossed.*
The only way I can stay consistent with anything is if I make a Streak out of it. Today is my 60th consecutive blog post here, for example. Even if I wind up writing drivel some days, I am going to see how long I can keep this going.
I am also tending a meditation streak and this week I will hit 80 consecutive days without a break. (Previously, my longest streak was 120 days.)
I am also back to writing in 750words. Here’s what my homepage looks like today:
My longest streak on that platform was 1029 days. I have just about every badge on that platform except the NaNo badge. Next month I am going for it, which will entail writing 50K words in 1 month.
What this means is that I will be tending 4 streaks simultaneously: Blogging, Meditation, Yoga, and 750words.
I love how these streaks both structure my days, and add value to my life as they keep me aligned with my highest goals and aspirations.
But I also know the more streaks I have going, the greater the probability that I will bonk. It’s like juggling. Two balls are easy, it’s when you add the third and the fourth balls that you court disaster.
Disaster here I come.