I also discovered the delight of freeze-dried fruit recently. It’s so good. Aldi had some apples and strawberries I tried on a whim, and they made me realize how much I love healthy snacks.
The #runstreak has lasted 2 weeks. 14 days! Wahoo! I could not have done it without y’all. I want you to know that. You’re awesome. For realsies.
The goal is to move more and be more active than you currently are. You don’t have to hit the gym. You don’t necessarily have to set time aside for it. You just have to incorporate moving into your life more often.
Professorbeej is dead. From a certain point of view. Much like how Darth Vader killed Anakin Skywalker, Beej just took out Professorbeej.
Because I work hard at keeping myself motivated. And yeah, that’s work. Especially when it gets to this point in setting up a new habit. It’s been 5 days, and this is the point where it’s easy to quit.
Day two of the runstreak happened. I recorded while dripping sweat from my run (or maybe it was from the rain that started in while I was out). I ran 1.1 miles, and my shoelaces came untied at 0.9. Never try to run a quarter mile with loose shoes. It’s just bad.
Pretty much any kind of progress you want to have in your life is precipitated on you having enough discipline to work at it.
After two months of running every single day, I learned a lot of lessons, but the primary one that stuck with me is that I don’t need to run that much.
When I first started to run, I used a couple of different Couch-to-5K programs. For the most part, they were awesome. Outside of a few quibbles I have about those programs' initial difficulty, I think C25K and its ilk are amazing and fantastic tools to get people...