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Over the break I've realised that I lost my balance and focused too much on work the last few months of the year. It's been to the detriment of my health so the first quarter of this year will be a re-focus on the things that are important to me. I'll be re-establishing routines (a highly underrated tool) and putting myself first. Every January I stop drinking for a month and this year is no exception. It might seem a hardship but it's actually a relief to not have to make the decision, it's no thanks for the next 28 days. I have a massive 5 week holiday lined up in July/August, at the mom
Main Quest:Under 200 Lbs by 30th birthday (December) Mini Quests: Never tell me the odds [sTR +3]Do 3,720 reps of Squats/Push-Ups/Lunges/Row (about 88 reps per day, aim for 2-3 BBWW per week)++Bonus: Full Sets of Dumbbell Row Push-Ups (3x10 w/ 5lb weights) Try twice per week. Kessel Run in under 12 parsecs [DEX +2] [sTA +3]Run 12K per week++Bonus: Run before work 3+ times per week Laugh it up, Fuzzball! [sTA +2] [sTR +3]Handstand practice for 5 mins per day++Bonus: 1 Handstand Push-Up Life Quest: [CHA +2] Do something creative every day- Paint Warhammer Models - Stone troll Avatar
In Episode IV: A New Hope, Obi-Wan Kenobi is training Luke Skywalker in the fundamentals of the Force and Jedi. Aboard the Millenium Falcon, during a lightsaber training exercise, Luke is able to use the Force to deflect laser bolts while blinded. Han Solo is unimpressed calling it luck. Kenobi responds, "In my experience, there's no such thing as luck." His experience is that of a Jedi Master, listening to the "Will of the Force" and being able to predict or anticipate future events. Using instinct, intuition, observation, and knowledge, one can predict and anticipate future events like