I set a goal to each day to get outside somehow.
Whether it be sitting and looking around at the scenery, taking in a view somewhere, or simply walking around, I need to do something to clear my head.
But nothing gets the blood rushing and clears my mind like running.
There is nothing like hearing the rhythmic pitter patter of your feet hitting the solid ground.
The only problem with running is actually getting out and working up to the rhythmic sounds of your feet.
Now the easy part is once you get into the rhythm and you start to loose track of time and you feel you worries start to slip away.
Once you loose yourself, you drift into what some would call the “runners high”
That high you feel is numbing and freeing, yet it is full of utter exhaustion and the desire to quit, but something motivates you to push through and experience the moment and loose yourself.
Then in the blink of an eye, you’ve reached your destination, or something snaps you back into reality and you are back to focusing on the rhythmic pitter patter of your feet hitting the solid ground.