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Held Back

We all know what's good for us...eventually.  Once we are sufficiently inspired, we take steps, make plans and undertake the necessary compromises to embody this new shift. But, what happens to us after this initial seed of knowledge or excitement?  Do you keep your New Year's resolutions?  Do you manage to stay true to your instinct about what's best for you?  Do you keep working on your gaps in knowledge or keep practising your natural talents?

Thing is, it's fairly common that we relax, get distracted, make excuses and justify why we can't do something we know will pay dividends in the long-run.  I always have the intention of stretching each night before bed.  I've done it in the past.  I sleep better and wake up alert and bright-eyed, ready for the day.  All I have to do is a 15 minute stretch of my whole body while enjoying a movie or documentary after dinner, or chatting to my kids as I lay out on the lounge room floor.  It's not hard. I just have to …

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