It’s the time of year when millions of Americans swear oaths to the fitness gods. It’s no different for you, Cycle Town, and it shows. This has been an amazing, high-energy week. Keep up the good work!
Here’s what the instructors would like to achieve, get better at, and do more of in 2016.
Amanda – First, read more. Before my daughter, I would read at least 2 books per month. I cherished that quiet time and I swear it made me a calmer person. Second, fewer trips to Lulu and more money into our “dream home” savings account. Lastly, have more patience –breathe, slow down, count to 10!
Anne – Get back in the saddle ASAP! Also, I’m going to have a lot going on with the baby, teaching spin, and going back to work…my resolution is to be better about asking for/accepting help when I need it so I don’t wear myself ragged.
Erin – Dust off The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, by Marie Kondo, and then actually READ it. Its been sitting on my shelf way too long. I vow to be more organized in 2016! Also, be more present in my life and spend more quality time with my best friend (aka husband!!!). Lastly, do more yoga!
Karen – Spend more time talking with people than texting. Organize my life (HA, my annual New Year’s resolution!)
Kristen – Read more books by not falling asleep after 3 pages. Cook more dinners with my slow cooker (excellent recipes welcomed). More yoga and maybe try that wacky headstand frog thing. Lastly, pick up a new TV series for the winter now that Homeland is over.
Natalie – As we enter the new year, I choose a word on which to focus. This year, the word is “Care”. That will translate in 3 ways. First, be present for my loved ones and cook healthy dinners for my family. Next, take care of myself by drinking more water, less coffee, and fitting something new into my fitness regimen. Lastly, take care of my surroundings and stay organized and clear-headed. The possibilities for positive, mindful change this new year are endless when I consider this word. That is why I welcome 2016 with a smile and heartfelt optimism!
Toni – Complete the nonfiction book I’ve been writing since 2013. Go to bed before midnight. Drink more. Water.Read more →