Summer is slipping away. Friday night we had to hustle to the boat launch to beat the sunset. I’m in a little bit of denial about how fast summer went. While we didn’t do much this summer, we did get away, and have spent plenty of time at the lake, but there can always be more.
This post was a day late because I was up north visiting my family and never got my computer out. I also didn’t reach out to friends to get together, but I’m hoping that can change a bit over Labor Day weekend. This weekend we will stay in the metro, and I’m hoping to find a good activity or two to mix up our usual schedule.
Work is officially hitting busy season and Friday afternoon I was basically sick to my stomach. I took on some stress that wasn’t necessarily mine, but did make an impact on my work / work schedule. Last week Jeff and I did a work week fitbit challenge and this week I’m challenging myself to actually get the 250 steps per hour that fitbit recommends and reminds at the 50th minute of each hour. I’m also trying to go for a walk after work every day. I was easily walking twice a day in March when quarantine hit, but as the weather got warmer, that habit stopped. I’m not at the point of buying a peloton, but I have considered buying the membership or getting a beach body subscription. I’m still waiting until its too cold / rainy/ freezing to get outdoors, but there will be a day that I make the purchase.
How are you doing? Do you have any last summer plans? Or are you doing anything to prepare for “not summer” which is how I am referring to fall/winter these days.