In May 2017 I was feeling desperate.
I had no energy.
I was the heaviest I’d ever been and still putting on weight regardless of what I tried to do.
I had to hold onto the rail walking up the stairs because my knees and feet were so painful.
I had a vision of me in a wheelchair during my retirement years and I was unhappy.
I decided I need to take control.
I did one small thing.
I created a morning routine:
When the alarm went off in the morning I had to get up walk across the room to turn it off. No more hitting the snooze button.
Now I was up I went to the bathroom and brushed my teeth. Definitely feeling more awake now.
I then drank a full glass of water. My eyes are now wide open. I’m no longer feeling drowsy.
I put on my exercise clothes, trainers and left the house.
At that time I set a goal of walking for only 5 minutes.
As I’m writing this in April 2018, a year later. I walked for over 3 miles this morning.
I use the time during my walk to meditate, be present and to learn too. So I sometimes listen to podcasts and am inspired to share what I’ve learned.
So below are audios that I’ve started to record whilst out on my walks. My apologies for the quality.
They are not edited. Sometimes I am out of breath. If I haven’t blown my nose then I get a bit sniffy near the end.
So why don’t you join me on my walk recording my first Podcast on 23 March 2018 …
In this podcast I share with you how I found my sleep sweet spot.
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The Freedom At 55 Project is my journey to become more money savvy following the breakup of my relationship in my 55th year. I share what I learn about saving money, retirement planning, pensions and living a simpler life. I want you to know there is hope. It starts with reconnecting with your true self and deciding to take charge of your life.