I officially need/want a treadmill at my house. I could run a million miles if I was at my house watching one of my favorite shows. This is of course only for the winter months. I actually do get to run outside tomorrow and I am incredibly excited about it. All feels right
I am also dying for Park City to get a body pump class at any of their gyms but I don’t see that happening any time soon. I have never taken one but judging by how much the rest of the world loves them, I assume I would have to enjoy it…and it never hurts to have someone kicking my butt into shape.
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I have been working on getting my life together lately, I know I know 25 maybe it’s time to start thinking about this stuff. But it hit me like a punch in the face the other day when I realized I am right on track to be in debt (student loans are a wonderful thing like that) for the rest of my life if I keep this up. I also realized that races are far from free. far. far far. from it. For those reasons and many more, I have decided it’s time to start planning for these things and getting a grip on my life rather than find it surprising every time these things come my way. I stumbled upon this article, 20 Simple but Powerful Ways to Simplify Your Life and it’s one of those articles I think I will be rereading quite often. These were two of my favorites:
I also take a lot of solace in knowing that people in their twenties are no longer a group of people that have it all together. Good for them for those who do, but I’m in good company.
What’s the point of all of this you ask? Running is the thing that keeps me sane during these times. Once it was removed from my life, it was like I didn’t know what to do with all of this stress. I’d be willing to bet I took it out on the people around me so my running is most likely a good thing for everyone
Alright, it’s 8pm and I’ve been in bed since 7pm – this old lady is ready to hit the hay. I am definitely one of those really cool 25 year olds.