Are you a cake-baking flop? Useless at sport? Embrace it! There’s a whole lot of magic in being mediocre. The freedom to suck, but enjoying it anyway, is something to be celebrated. In a world where there is so much pressure to succeed, embracing mediocrity is refreshing.
In April, I told you about the 3-month challenge I had set myself; taking 850,000 steps for the Alzheimer’s Society. Stepping Up for Dementia has been a real motivation during lockdown, getting me moving – more than ever before – and something positive to concentrate on during these unprecedented times.
I’m not one for a challenge, not a physical one anyway. Rarely you’ll see me taking part in a run, obstacle course or anything super energetic. I am not a naturally gifted person when it comes to sport, and more recently, there have been physical complications to deal with. However, I will be walking 850,000 steps in the next 3 months for Alzheimer’s Society. This is going to be a massive challenge for me, see why:
Birth control is a bit like banking – we tend to pick one option and stick with it. With so much choice these days, you should consider the options and decide on the best method for you.