Over the last 2 years or so I have been borderline obsessed with experimenting and trying to find various ways to “sneak” training into my day. Why? It never fails: I plan on setting aside time to train, and suddenly something needs to be done.
This would frustrate me greatly, until I realized that by waiting until “X” time to train I was setting myself up for more frustration.
I remembered an old quote I read about old monks in a European monastery who sought to “pray without ceasing,” meaning letting each act of each day be a prayer or offering to God, rather than sitting around all day chanting. Made sense to me – I mean, if that was the case, nothing would get done and people would eventually come, steal their crops and take all their shit away.
I like that quote so I began thinking about it and Continue reading