It's not all or nothing ...
I know, I know, right? I talk about this all the time in my diet group ... and yet ...
Sometimes you find yourself with words and thoughts that are still coming from that way of thinking.
So in Paris, last week, we were staying in an apartment on the top floor, four floors up.
And we were at the foot of the Sacre Coeur, climbing up and down those iconic steps with those lamposts many, many times a day.
Here's the screenshot of my steps/flights climbed app on my phone - yes, my usual number of flights climbed daily is around 3 or 4, going up to 10 on occasion.
In Paris, I did 48 and then 37.
Not deliberately - because that's just how it was.
And I was talking to my travel companion, my beautiful and clever niece, about how maybe when I got back I should try going up the 8 flights of stairs to my office ... (and UGH, I've tried it a couple of times and UGH).
She suggested I walk up four flights then get the lift the next floor ... and build it up.
I don't know why I haven't ever considered this before - but I hadn't.
I started doing it when I got back and it's perfect ....
What can you do to make things easier? Start them slower? Make it more sustainable, something to build on?
This was a great lesson for me ... and I'm now thinking where else I can apply it ...