Fitbit gives its badges for various goals and apparently I’m earning them – however unexpectedly- all over the place.Continue reading “Unexpected goal achievement”
A little over a year ago I earned all the Fitbit daily steps badges. Because I don’t need medals, apparently I will walk for pixels.Continue reading “Um, whatnow?”
I fixed lunch quickly and headed back to my desk. It was too busy a Monday – dear Lord could it still only be Monday – to linger about.Continue reading “A little help”
So these virtual challenges are starting to go to my head or something.
On successive days this month, I walked a half marathon…Continue reading “Observations on overkill”
I knew I had to be creeping up on this Fitbit lifetime distance badge – but I didn’t see it come in, when it did.Continue reading “Distance”
I saw a virtual race to support The Dragonfly and their work to fight pediatric cancer. Continue reading “In which I pause one set of virtual walks to do another”
While I try out MyVirtualMission.com and do a solo run from roughly home to roughly NYC, S and I used the related site, TheConqueror. I may have mentioned that S had tried their English Channel challenge to try that out. She liked it, so we joined the Inca Trail Marathon and worked that as a Team. Continue reading “Virtual runs (continued)”
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?