As a mom, I realized that what I do every day not only affects my life, but it also shapes the next generation. No pressure or anything. The food I buy, the products I use to occasionally clean my house,... Continue Reading →
Now, let's set some expectations- rural is relative. I grew up with running water, electricity, phone- you know, all that. We didn't subsistence farm, kill our own food or make our own clothes. If fact, we were pretty early into dial up internet and when available- DSL. But if you forgot something at the store, it was a 40 minute round trip. You might get lucky if you could get to the small market before they closed and pay three times as much for the time savings, but probably not.
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I'm guilty of it too- we all want instant gratification. When things don't work in the first week, we often dismiss them. It's why millions of dollars of exercise equipment sits unused in basements across America. I want to plant broccoli on Monday and eat it on Friday. When it's not ready until August, it's hard.
I only recently began to think of myself as a runner again. I'm trying to get out at least three times a week. On Mondays I can run by myself. There's something magical about pushing yourself, getting past the point of quitting and literally going the extra mile. Feeling your body accept the task and re-energize. Thing is, you don't have to run hundreds of miles a week to be a runner. You just have to run.