April 2011

I’ve been stuck in a rut these past few weeks and finding the motivation to put in the effort required of me this close to a competition has been more than a chore. With all the travelling and other events taking place in my life it’s been hard to focus on competing 100% because everyone else in the family has needed me, and of course their needs always come before mine, often leaving little time and energy for me to do what I need to do.

What can I say, here I am writing yet another blog 20,000 feet in the air. There's something about flying that makes writing so much easier. Or maybe it's more that fact that I'm stuck in one spot for the entire duration of the flight with nothing else I can do so it frees me to be creative and focus on a single task without constant interruptions.

My struggle with Adrenal fatigue continues, but I will not let it beat me. I find the only time I have any energy is right after I wake up in the morning so it is essential that I get my morning cardio session in. Once I have had Breakfast the tiredness starts to set in and though I have the motivation and drive to get things done, my body does not want to co-operate. And since I am naturally a 'moving & grooving' kind of person, this is a little hard to deal with.