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🎉Happy New Year🎉
With the start of a new year, I like to consider it another "sprint" of sorts. Closing out 2021, I did a bit of a retrospective and listed out a few possible resolutions. After careful consideration, it came down to two focus points: Mind & Body. Now I find it important when making resolutions is having action-oriented goals and measures i.e. OKRs 😄
... even while I toss around a few Agile buzz words, I promise this is a Friday Fun.
I've been enjoying the Calm app and starting my day off with one of their "Daily Calm" sessions. After a full week, I'm seeing some benefits where mornings are a bit easier and I'm less groggy (even got myself down to one cup of coffee in the morning too)! What I love about the Calm app is it tracks my progress and reminds me throughout the day to stay present and to breathe. Also, as a data enthusiast, the metrics help maintain excitement.
I've increased my running routine with the goal of running a sub 2-hour half marathon *starts to nervous sweat* 😥 and I've built out a lovely yet simple Trello Board to track progress and remind me my morning exercise. I'll be running the NYC Half Marathon in March and that will be my first attempt at breaking my personal record!
Being that we are in the third week of the new year, I wanted to do a health check with the community and see how your resolutions are coming along 🙂
Do you have a way of tracking your resolution progress to ensure you're still crushing your goals?