Day 17: Finding Your Balance and Having Fun.

We are moving forward into the second half of achieving our goal(s).   We are forming positive habits by following through on this 30 day challenge.  I had mentioned in an earlier post, how it takes about 3-4 weeks to form a habit.  I am hoping you are seeing the benefits of the action steps you have been taking to achieving your goal and that you are excited as I am in doing this challenge.  I hope you continue having fun in stretching your comfort zone, challenging yourself, taking your action steps and seeing the results of your efforts.  This is all about YOU!

I posted a video to remind us all how fun it was to do something we hadn’t done or achieved before, and how we saw the benefits of our actions by our “I can do this!” efforts.

Enjoy and have FUN today and everyday!

GOAL+ACTION STEPS=RESULTS.

About Kari Arvisais

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4 Responses to Day 17: Finding Your Balance and Having Fun.

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  3. Mary Romero says:

    This is GREAT! I remember teaching my twins how to ride….ohhhhh my goodness. Both going in different directions…one ended up crashing into a parked car…Ouch! It was one of the best day’s of my life….possibly not hers but…. Now, with my single child, we started her out balancing on a scooter. I think that helped when she went to a bicycle. Sooo miss those days ;(

    • Kari Arvisais says:

      Mary,
      Thank you for viewing this post and taking the time to comment. I remember my father teaching me how to ride a bike, taking off those training wheels and walking alongside the bike until I had my balance, then, he would let go. It is neat to think about what a huge challenge that was at 5 years old. The freedom that came with learning to ride a bike was priceless.
      I thought the experience of riding a bike was similar to this 30-day challenge of setting goals, taking action and achieving results.

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