I read the word of the day challenge and decided I would rise to it.
I am, as I am sure most of you are, a bit uncomfortable. When I raise my arms to pick something up I can feel all the muscles I worked out the day before. When I sat down and my legs were sore, I felt it would be easier to stand all day then to try that again. There are days that I can't get my running in until after I get home from work ( 10:30 or 11:00 at night). I want to cut my time short but my husband is there asking me how much time I have done or have left and cheers me along to help keep me on track. Sometimes I have to be my own cheerleader and tell myself that if I cut it short it will take longer to get where I need to be.
So although when someone says I want you to be uncomfortable it might not sound that appealing, knowing and feeling that you had a great work out does. You are making progress. And that is what it is about. Our daily progress towards our larger goal.
Cheers to feeling uncomfortable!