The busy-ness of it all.
Running her and there.
More work than time available.
But I must tell you that on Saturday I did something for me.
It was a cloudy morning, so I decided to take a jog.
Remember when I used to run?
Well, I've never gotten back into the groove since moving here.
My darn acid-reflux had gotten so bad that I just couldn't run.
I couldn't. Too much acid.
And since then?
I've just been working. Working hard to bring home the bacon.
So I went out Saturday morning for an easy
I had a general idea about the distance. I ended up getting back home in 30 minutes.When I got back, I looked it up on Google Maps and it ended up being 2.6 miles.
Is that good? 2.6 miles in 30 minutes?
I have to tell you that it felt good. That way your lungs feel afterwards. The slight strain of something being worked.
I definitely stretched once I got home. I'm not as limber as I was before. That's something I have to invest some time in. Getting my flexibility back. I used to be pretty flexible and it was just so sad to see how much stiffer my body is.
I wasn't too sore on Sunday, which is a good sign for me. On Monday I felt just fine.
So tonight after I put dinner down for the kids? I ventured back out. A shorter distance this time -- only 1.9 miles. I figured it would be better so that I could get used to it again.
I must tell you though....I pretty much jogged the entire way. Yes. I did stop a couple times when I had to wait for the lights to change so I could cross safely. But I
Hopefully I'll MAKE time to do this a few days a week. I know a lot of you are able to go out and do it. But I just find it hard to fit in while I'm doing the single parent thing. How do you single parents do it? Any advice would be great.