Is anyone familiar with Walktober? It’s a “fun, inspiring fitness campaign” for individual or team participation during the month of October (see what they did there?) where you get points for logging daily fitness activities. I’ve signed up as part of a team with some coworkers and I’ve gotta say…I’m kind of already regretting it.Continue reading “A Walktober to Remember (or: The Hunt for Red Walktober)”
Yesterday I worked out for the first time in…longer than I’m willing to admit, and good grief am I sore. Like stiff-legged, anything that falls in the floor will stay there kind of sore. Working out is definitely one of the things I thought I would make more time for while we’re still largely self-isolatingContinue reading “Exercise and Other Things I Don’t Do”
This week is my and my husband’s wedding anniversary. We usually are pretty low-key about our anniversary; we would rather get some really good ingredients and cook at home than go out, which is particularly helpful this year. Another thing we’ve done each year is to plan a gift or excursion that fits the themeContinue reading “Celebrating Good Times”
I’ve always loved words. Phrases become lodged in my head like the chorus of a song endued with cadence and tone. My current obsession fell into my ear one day, bouncing up to my mind and tumbling down to my mouth, rolling around syllables and intrigue and promise. This idea, though, it captivates me asContinue reading “Jettison”
I live my life by lists. This probably sounds horribly limiting to some people but having a place to write things down as I think of them – and better yet, check them off when they’re done – gives me peace of mind. I keep lists of bills, things to do, groceries to buy…the listContinue reading “A Post About 1. Lists and 2. Christmas and 3. Other stuff”
Today was a very Monday-ish kind of Wednesday, without the relief that usually comes from being halfway through the workweek, though I cant really put my finger on why. I woke up on time and got a shower before the baby started squeaking for his first breakfast (kid eats A LOT.) I somehow even managedContinue reading “The MondayWednesday Blues”
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