Bad Habit, REVO₂LUTION RUNNING Certification Discount, and Savoring Life

I have a bad habit. I put a forkful or spoonful of food in my mouth before finishing to chew and swallow the food already in my mouth from the previous forkful or spoonful. This may not seem like such a big deal, but it is because of why I do it. We’ll get to that in a minute.

I’m spending my birthday month of March at home in San Diego before touring with the REVO₂LUTION RUNNINGTM certification in the following cities:

Charlotte, NC – April 9
New York, NY – April 14
Ghent, Belgium – April 30
Born, Netherlands – May 5
Karlsruhe, Germany – May 7
Pittsburgh, PA – June 12
Waltham, MA – June 25
Roseville, CA – July 9
Beverly Hills, CA – July 24

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When I travel, I seem to be in a rush to get home. I’m always in a rush. I think I inherited that trait from my mom, who always had to be early for appointments. Wherever we were going, she always had to leave the house earlier than we needed to leave to get where we were going. So I always had to rush to get ready on her watch.

Now, I find myself rushing to keep up with my ambition. There’s always something to do and do in a hurry.  

Which brings me back to my bad habit of the way I chew and swallow my food. I don’t have the patience to swallow the bite I just took before taking another one. Same is true of my life. I rush to take another bite out of life before chewing and swallowing the bite I just took. And that can cause problems. Because if I don’t fully chew my food before taking another forkful or spoonful, I never get to fully enjoy the food. I need to learn to savor the food, to savor life’s moments, before taking another bite.

What is your bad habit? Leave a comment. 

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