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Day Four Of Your Daily Ten Minute Practice

Posted by terrepruitt on February 4, 2017

This is the fourth day of your Daily 10 Minute Practice.  WHAT you are doing is up to you.  And you are not necessarily posting WHAT you are doing here . . . you can if you want, I would love to hear.  But I don’t want to put anyone on the spot.  This is the check-in spot for having done what you want to do.  So when I ask about how you are feeling, I am not asking if you feel more relaxed, or have bigger muscles or more flexibility or a more space in your home . . . because with most things 40 minutes might not make that big of a difference.  BUT . . . . having done something for four days in a row, meeting that challenge might have you feeling good.  It might have you recognizing that it is not really that difficult to carve out ten minutes.  It might have you encouraged to keep going so that you WILL see gains in your chosen practice.

So . . . how are you feeling?

2 Responses to “Day Four Of Your Daily Ten Minute Practice”

  1. Feeling just fine. Thank you.


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