Remember the song by the Counting Crows? I sort of do- they weren’t my favorite band as I’m not the biggest fan of male singers who sound like they are whining/singing. And yes, I know they were a huge band and I have very strange opinions on really minor things at times but hey, we all have our flaws.
Anyway, this December has been flying by. Much like a month of dieting, I did not develop any long-term good blogging habits from a month of blogging consistently. Alas. We did have a pretty stressful, multi-day hiccup occur with our new apartment rental plans. Fortunately, that has been sorted out which is a huge relief!
As part of our moving prep, the rented Peloton was taken away. I’m so glad I rented it and the program is pretty reasonably priced. Especially if you do the justification math of comparing it to gym membership, boutique classes, and/or other equipment. Do not try to compare it to simply putting sneakers on and running outside because that will not make you feel better. I have been getting back into running consistently by sticking with the Couch to 5K program. No injuries or major tweaks, so that’s great news. The snowman above is from my run this morning before work. It was cool in a cheesy Frosty way.
When we move into our new place, I plan on using the Peloton app with the gym equipment there. When I get my storage shipment delivered, I’m not totally sure what I want to do with the Peloton I actually own. I really love how I feel after a Peloton workout. I am way more endorphin-y than running, although running is better for keeping weight down. It will probably come down to how big (or how small) the apartment feels with all of our other stuff. TBD.
Work has been going well. The above picture is me about to drive into a low-hanging cloud on the way to the hospital. Not the best picture but it was a picture that I took without looking since I was driving. It is amazing how the fog settles in the valley. That morning was super thick to the point of needing to slow down pretty significantly. I felt safe, but I’m glad it was earlier in the morning with fewer cars on the road.
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