With Cabot Trail completed already, I’m of course looking to start another challenge.Continue reading “One ends, another begins”
So: 2020 started out with lots of promise. I had just come off one adventure at the end of 2019, and one trip was completed in January, with others planned, paid for, anticipated.Continue reading “Final tally / Wall of fame”
For my (now long past) birthday, S entered me into the Baltimore Festival of Running. Mostly because the medal was cool, and she figured I was going to cover the distance anyway.
I did, of course, yes.Continue reading “The medal arrives”
My friend S will run for bling (she may even have a shirt that says so) so she’s joined any number of virtual running challenges with medal prizes. Continue reading “Trial run(s)”
So we’re at 230 days (and posts) for the year.￼
We’re also 28 weeks (and counting) at getting the daily workout (and goal steps).
And of course, you can count on me still doing my Duolingo daily.
So although many things are out of kilter these days, I’m keeping what I can on track.
What are your little victories?
It should come as no surprise to anyone who’s been here a while that I’ve continued to work my Duolingo … so recently I hit the three year mark, both in time…
And in days of lessons…
My streak is 3 years old (one a leap year)
(Also hit the 1100 day mark since then. Of course.)
And of course I’m still doing this every week:
Which means I’m doing my 30 minute workout every day.
Also I’m hitting my 10k daily steps since Feb 2 (though Fitbit added a streak count every day – yay – it wasn’t retroactive in its count so it’s only off by… oh about 80 days or so). 😉
So, Tae Bo Basics only runs about 25 minutes, including the warm-up and cool-down. Plus it only gets me about 2750 of my daily steps. Lots of kicking and punching, not a lot of stepping. Continue reading “Adding it up”
I don’t know how long ago I’d stopped paying attention. To what I ate, to how much I moved (or didn’t).
Wait. Back up. It’s probably more accurate to say that I don’t remember how long ago I realized this was a thing. Continue reading “Back on track”