“Things usually work out in the end.”
“What if they don’t?”
“That just means you haven’t come to the end yet.”
― Jeannette Walls, The Glass Castle
This article is a great read by one of my favorite CF Athletes. “People who train Crossfit… They use CrossFit to increase their base level of GPP (general physical preparedness) and this correlates to better performance in their specific sport or… life.”
CrossFit trains for the known and unknown, even if the unknown is currently a pair of crutches… There are also other benefits that come along with the physical. Recently there are many days when I look at the tasks ahead and try to be patient, try to go easy on myself and try to focus on simply chipping away at what needs to be done …
“I always arrive late at the office, but I make up for it by leaving early.”
― Charles Lamb
As my days in the office wind down to zero, a feeling of total and utter freedom is starting to percolate. It’s exciting. Where will I end up? What adventure awaits? Granted this might be unrealistic given I’ll be looking for a new job but I can’t help to think that the next great opportunity is right around the corner.
It’s out there, all of it, waiting for me just beyond the lid of my coffee cup.
The job that I was meant to do, the job that all of my hard work and experience has been building to, the place that I have finally grown into, a job that is no longer work but simply what I love to do.
Categories: Life on Crutches