I’m finally getting over a cold after being on the last day of it for the last … two-ish weeks. I would’ve written this sooner but I was so damn exhausted from expelling phlegm from my body. Attractive, right?
I don’t understand how I got sick in the first place. I mean, I do, since my coworker was sick and we talk to each other multiple times throughout the day. But still! I wash my hands constantly, I drink tons of water, I eat fairly healthy, I disinfect my own desk! I even diffuse “germ-fighting” essential oils at work because let’s be real: so many people cooped up in an office all day without any fresh air entering the building = gross city.
So, long story short, I got sick. For probably the third or fourth time already THIS YEAR.
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I woke up early this morning for the sole purpose of working out before work. Mind you, I only had my alarm set for half an hour earlier and finally dragged myself out of bed about 15 minutes earlier than I normally do. BUT I still did it, and I feel pretty damn good about it. Will I continue to do it in the future? Who knows. Did I only do it because I was in a FitBit challenge? Could be. Did I do it so I could justify eating a huge omelette for breakfast? ENOUGH WITH THE QUESTIONS!
In the midst of my hardcore workout of walking dreamily on the treadmill, I started thinking how everyone else in the fitness center seems to have what I refer to as “adult” gym clothes. You know – the fitted Under Armour shirts and the fun-patterned pants, all color coordinated together in a put-together gym outfit. Is this gym etiquette now? Do I have to buy clothes specifically for working out? I can barely dress myself for day-to-day wear, much less purchase and coordinate an outfit in which I will sweat profusely.
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