Today wasn't my most well thought out day, when it came to running. Things happened which meant that I had to change plans... and eventually came to running a simple mile with my roommate. Yesterday, I was fortunate enough to run after work and get 7.33 miles in 56:03 (7:39 min/mile average) but today... work went overtime, I had homework due, and therefore... I just didn't have enough time to get things done. Fortunately, I still did my 50 push ups, 50 crunches, 100 squats, 200 calf raises, and 20 minutes of stretching... but only did that one mile.
But I ran a mile.
It's not the big victories that makes a difference in your life. It's the every day small victories that shapes you. It's sad to see that I didn't run my usual 7 miles... but at the same time, I'm happy that I ran that one. I could have chosen to not run at all... but instead, was given this opportunity of running a mile. Don't focus too hard on the things you missed out on, but instead, see what you've done and the little things you've accomplished.