Last week in the planner. Not much happened. I didn’t completely utilize it to the fullest but I had fun with it!
A friend said she was going to do the Tough Mudder thing. I decided to look into it.
$127 for the cheapest tickets. Yeah. No.
But, I want to make a commitment to myself to semi-train for it.
How does one go about doing that? I have NO idea!
I needed to replace my shoes, desperately. So, we went to the mall first. All they had were pastel shoes. I can’t wear pastel at work. So, off to Academy Sports we went, where I KNEW the shoes were at.
Well, I tried them on (after spending a couple minutes finding the LAST pair in a 7.5 ). Ugh. It hurt the top of my foot. I panicked. That’s the only way to describe it. I panicked! I didn’t know what to do.
So, I checked out a pair of black Nikes. I didn’t want them. They also caused pain in the same spot.
So, I tried the original ASICS on my other foot. No pain. No nothing.
WOO HOO! NEW SHOES!
After I put the shoe back on the foot that hurt, after adjusting my sock (I wore a thicker pair to make sure I got the right fit, and they have extra padding in the arch as well, ). I’m walking around, jumping. Everything.
I was so excited! I had found my shoes! They were exactly the ones I had gone in to buy, and I even grabbed some socks. I’m such a dork. The colors of a couple pairs matched my shoes and I was sold .
I’m so excited that I’m starting 2017 with a new pair of ASICS; this time they’re a pair of Gel Excite 4. They’re so perty!
I wrote these at work during slow times, and honestly, I am quite proud of them. I think they are exactly what I need to follow, AND I can easily split them up by month and then by week, and even by day. It’s hard to give up on a goal when it’s something small every day that I need to do!
So, here are my goals!
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