Happy Tuesday friends! Hope you’re week has started all right yesterday.
I’ll be talking about today’s tempo run on tomorrow’s post. There are so many stuff I would like to talk about in here besides daily runs. That is why I wanted to have a virtual coffee chat with you. I saw a couple of these on different blogs yesterday and immediately new I wanted to do one in here.
I don’t know about you but I’m ALL about coffee chats with my girlfriends 😉
If we were having coffee, I’d tell you about how you can be the creator of your dreams.
Last year I struggled with my running. Mainly because of two reasons: 1. health / injuries. 2. Lack of discipline. Actually, running my first half-marathon was the only goal I didn’t attain last year.
I don’t want to blame myself too much though. I had a part time job while I was a full time student of a dual graduate program, and so many other wonderful stuff were happening at that time.
However, this year I did want to give a little bit more priority to my fitness goals. And by feeling in such a strong shape as I feel right now, I could totally affirm that discipline is the key.
Discipline is the key to achieve your dreams. Motivation…just a little bit. Have you ever read the quote “dreams don’t work unless you do?” Well, sometimes you would not want to do anything to work towards your dream. That’s when discipline comes in very handy.
So next time you think there’s a dream/goal you cannot achieve, ask yourself: could you be a little bit more disciplined?
If we were having coffee right now, I’d tell you my full of love my heart is.
Now that I’m married, I could tell you I had no idea about the real meaning of love in marriage. But I am so grateful God had given me the chance to get to know it. I am also grateful that God had placed me in the path of loving my spouse through Christ. Kindly. Mercifully. Unconditionally. Just like Christ loved us.
Just thinking about it makes me shed some tears. And I wouldn’t wish any less for you than living this same experience in your marriage as well.
If we were having coffee right now I’d be having a cortadito.
Because I’m obsessed with cuban coffee.
If for any reason we were at a Starbucks or something, I’d order a solo espresso machiatto. Just the espresso with milk foam. And I’d probably will add a little bit of sugar and cinnamon. YUM!
If we were having coffee right now, I’d share how sad I feel about Venezuela.
The country were I grew at is crumbling in the awful hands of communism. I stopped talking about Venezuela a long time ago in this blog, because talking about it won’t help me feel better. But I still feel heartbroken. I still cry once in a while when the feelings of sadness completely overwhelm me. And I only pray for the people that I love so much (who still live down there).
I’d also tell you that my sadness is only a sign of love, and is a blessing to know how much of it exists in my heart. After all, I like to see the positive side of everything.
What would you tell me If we were having a coffee chat together?