Yeah, so have I. I tend to do really well at one or two of them, but the idea of successfully managing all three seems highly unlikely.
And so I turn to you - faithful internet readers - to walk with me (and guide me), as I try to figure out how the heck to do this.
A bit about me. My name is Crissie and I am a busy. Who isn't?! I work 40+ hours per week as an IT Peformance Improvement expert, have 3 children ranging in age from 1st-9th grades, a husband who also works in IT, and a raging desire to be the athlete I never was growing up!
I have started (and stopped) many a running programs over the past 4 years. While I've enjoyed some consistency, certainly not enough to actually improve any! My average speed (which is painfully slow) has not gotten any better - meaning that I haven't actually tried hard enough.
My latest love is Hot Yoga, which is a bizzarre blend of relaxation and a kicking workout while in a ridiculously hot room.
What I have found is that I cannot seem to manage to do both - so I do well in neither.
On top of this, I am a Vegan - which is great for me, but since my husband and children are not, mealtimes can be adventerous to say the least. Either I end up eating an unbalanced meal, or nothing at all. Neither which is healthy or particularly kind to my waistline.
So join me in this fun new adventure of a balanced life. And if anyone else has figured out to do this already, please make my life easier by letting me in on the secret sauce.