| David Gane
I’ve run enough that I don’t really worry how far or how long I go, as long as I can get out and have fun.
When I'm out on the path, I'll consider what I’ve done the day before and what other exercises plan to do that day, and then I just go.
Similarly, when I write, I usually look at the plan Ang and I have, so that I know the general direction I’m heading. Then I'll do a review of what’s been written the day before and start moving moving forward.
I do better when I don't worry what I do—I think the important step is just doing it every day.
(Photo by: Leo Rivas-Micoud)