The first HUGE step is over.
Today I hit my 100th consecutive day of running.
I set out this year to run every single day.
And I am doing it!
I am achieving that goal. Each and every day this year, I have run. Without fail. Every day. Every single day.
My shortest runs have been two miles. My longest has been seven. As the weather (finally) warms, I am going to get outside more (much more) get start to log longer and longer and longer runs.
I feel good. In fact, on most days, I feel great.
To date, I have run 379.3 miles in 2022. I’m averaging just under 3.8 miles each day.
This is good. It’s great, in fact.
A lot has been going on in my life. I am constantly busy. I never rest. And yet, I am making the time, every single day, to run.
As the weather finally warms up (it’s been a cold and damp spring in New Jersey), I look forward to getting outside more (I do a lot of my runs early in the morning, before work, on my treadmill). I look forward, also, to longer and longer runs.
Once July comes, I’ll be training for the New York City Marathon. Of course, in reality, I’m always training. I never stop. I just never was able to do a sustained streak like this of running every single day.
100 days are in the books. I have 265 to go. I’m about 27% through this task. Yeah, I got this thing.
I’ll reach December 31. I can do this.
I know I can.
100 is just the next big step in the journey.