Day 30! 30 days in of regular walking and I am feeling alot better about myself. I have fluctuated a 5 pound loss and regain, but that is to be expected when worrying about what a scale says. Not only are my walks good for my body, but they have been so therapeutic to my
Day 29 I really need to get a pedometer. I don’t always have my phone on my possession and apps don’t track the steps unless your phone is attached to your hip…literally. I moved. I stepped. I worked. I shopped. I cleaned. I’m home alone so I made these heavenly spinach and ricotta stuffed shells
Day 28 3.6 miles walked earlier today Worked in my flower garden. Relaxed in the hammock. Read “Chose Wonder over Worry” Walked another 2 miles in the evening I’m sunburnt and I realized I have got to get a better pair of walking shoes. I saw this after I returned from my first walk today.
Day 27 It’s just a matter of time before a beautiful day can turn into a storm of sorts. Clouds can roll in, tempers can flare, negativity can trump optimism. Sometimes it does take more effort to stay positive. Sometimes it does require sacrifice and initiative to make a change. These clouds were rolling in
Day 26 Uncertainty about the virus meets uncertainty about who I want to spend my time with. The people I want to see and spend time with the very most, I must distance myself from. The stressors I must continue to coexist with. I am torn. I am stressed. I walked 6.2 miles today. Stress
Day 25 I had a headache at work yesterday, I chalked it up to needing caffeine. It was a beautiful sunny 70 degree day so I grabbed a coffee, went to the park and chugged down my drink before I started my walk. The coffee was actually a caramel mocha coffee from McDonald’s, which is