Keep it moving – now and forever!

Well, I have been working on ships for most of the time from last August until just a few weeks ago. (Yes, even while I was training for my 47 km Keep it Moving Expedition Run – which I did complete in September! I’ve hardly been home since then, so I am a bit behind on my blog posts, but I will fill in the backlog shortly.)

Sometimes you get out of shape because of life circumstances. Maybe you’ve been sick. Maybe you are working on a ship. Maybe you just have too many obligations, between friends and family and making sure urgent household things are getting done.

But sometimes you get out of shape simply because nothing is motivating you to get moving (and then, the more out of shape you are, the harder it is to get motivated!)

Setting that big goal last year is what motivated me to get back in shape. I knew I needed to find some sort of motivation again… so here is what I did. Hope it motivates you, too!

Well, both of those things apply to me right now! Hard to believe that I feel this lethargic, only six months after completing my big solo Juan de Fuca Trail coastal run! So here is what I’m doing about it. Hope it motivates you, too!

My Keep it Moving film about my 47 km solo expedition run along the length of the Juan de Fuca Trail is in production! For inspiration on how to get more out of your life by setting big goals, sign up for my Keep it Moving Project updates here – I promise I will never spam you or share your info!

Published by Jacqueline Windh

I'm a writer, photographer, and radio broadcaster who is concerned about our planet and how we live our lives - hoping my work helps people to find new ways of thinking about issues such as personal health, wilderness, the environment, food security, thinking about the future. These things are all connected, you know...

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