Get up and Go – have some Change and Adventure in 2015

I had a lovely walk from Comrie yesterday and decided to walk a route I’d not been on for ages. There had been a number of changes to the route so it turned into a wee adventure, seeing things I’d not seen before.

Changes around ComrieNew year is often a time for thinking about change so as a change from ‘Get up and Go’, which I have run for the past 3 years, this year’s challenge is about change and adventure. Anybody up for change and adventure?

The plan: Report at least weekly on your progress towards goals you have set for change and adventure via facebook.
This can be things you want to change or do differently(start something, stop something, do more of or less of something) then share it and get support on your journey
Choose an adventure you’d like to undertake or more than one if that lights your fire –big, small, somewhere in the middle – and share that too. You may find others to join you if that is what you want.
Some examples:
Changes for me this year……….
Start each day with a couple of stretches. Got out this habit of late.
Stop making excuses for why the office is such a mess and take some action to sort it out! I’ll do more tidying up of the office by setting aside 10 minutes a day until I find the floor again! Then work out my next strategy from there.
Spend less time on the computer. I’m setting a cut off time of 8pm when it is shut off for the day and work finished.
Go for a starlit walk instead of watching the TV or computer on a fine evening this month.   Make a curry ( a BIG adventure for a non-cook) and enjoy it by the end of January 2015.
Plan for a trip to Morocco in October 2015.

If anyone want to join in any of these adventures – you are very welcome. The more the merrier.

To help you on your way there are FREE tools available by signing up to my mail list. A tool to check out where the balance is in your life and then how to ensure goals you set are followed through.


About Aye Can

I love the outdoors and getting up on to the high tops. I combine specialist skills in coaching with encouraging people outdoors inspiring change and adventure.
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