I brainstormed while in the shower, trying to figure out the best way to fit in all the things I need to do tomorrow and I made the perfect plan to make the best use of my time. I seriously love it when that happens.
-take laundry to laundromat
-while wash is going, go for run/walk (c25k day 1)
-chill/stretch while dryer is going
-head back to apartment and work
-be productive enough to call it quits around 3 so my friend and I can beat traffic and get to Half Moon Bay
-dinner, drinks, walk around & watch the sunset
-return home happy and get a good night’s sleep
Basically I’m just really pleased with myself for making sure I planned time to run tomorrow and take advantage of the motivation to get back on track while I still have it.
Instead of sitting here tonight thinking about how I need to start working out again, start eating better, lose weight, writing a plan that I won’t follow, etc, I just did some zumba on youtube. It felt good to actually do something, rather than just sit and think about how I need to start doing something.
I also want to re-start couch to 5k, but I’m nervous that my tattoo isn’t ready for running shoes yet. I don’t want it to rub. Maybe I’ll just put a big bandaid on it? I know you’re not supposed to re-bandage it while it’s healing, but it will only be for a little while and it’s just to cover it so it doesn’t rub against my shoe. Hmmm. I just don’t want to make any excuses to “wait until…” and I want to do this while I have the motivation. That way, once the motivation is gone, it will hopefully be a habit.
Headed out for lunch in SF with my cousin who just move here. Across the Bay I go. Liner game on point. I’m pretty proud of it, especially considering I haven’t worn any in months.
the US is unreal like girls cant wear shorts to school, you can literally lose your job for being gay, and unarmed black children are brutally murdered on the regular but old white ppl r still like “what a beautiful country. i can freely carry a gun for no reason and some of our mountains look like presidents. god bless”