Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Guest Post: December 2020 Pat Walsh

Sunday, December 06, 2020

Guest Post: December 2020 Pat Walsh

In this guest post, Pat Walsh looks ahead to the month of December.

 **December 2020 ** Pat Walsh
Many thanks for all the kind comments and messages. I must say you are all lovely people. I ramble and rant and you still support me. 😍
What can I say this week only that we drive on. πŸ™Œ #bepositive
Level 5 is gone and whatever else, things have got a little bit better.
Ireland is now one of the best places in Europe with lowest rates of the virus.
The first vaccine is about to be administered soon.
There are still a few weeks of GAA action left in the Year.
Christmas decorations and lights are everywhere to brighten our evenings.πŸŽ…πŸŒ²

Christmas in Midleton

2021 can’t be any worse than the year we have just lived through.
This is not over but we must make an effort to rise above it and be ready for next year. 2020 the Year that didn’t happen. 😱😭
The Plan πŸ“œ
The Plan πŸ“œ
The plan is vital every week. Make it and stick to it. You will be so glad you did and week after week it helps fitness and bring a sense of normality to your life.
It can be simple. Make it suit yourself and your lifestyle, not anybody else.
1 easy run, 1 run with a bit of effort and maybe a slightly longer run at the weekend with a few buddies. ☕️🍩
I ask you to just keep exercising. It really doesn’t matter what the quality is, but just to stay active and alive. Stay Sane😱

What challenge will you set yourself for the next few weeks?
Anything will do from a 5k to a half-Marathon.
Pick something, find a charity event to coincide, pencil in a date and finish the Year on a high.
Make December a good month and a springboard to next year.
Have a little dream about a GOAL for next year. Don't plan anything too early in the year until things settle and keep it flexible to suit conditions. Maybe a good Spring 10ml...!!
If this year taught us anything then it is to not be making too many plans. Enjoy the few weeks in front of us πŸŽ…πŸŽ…


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