Finally I’m getting better. I’m not tired anymore and my cold is as good as gone.
As a gift to myself for losing 10K which is a hugh milestone for me, I bought a new Ipod Nano today.
The Ipod nano I’ve got now is about 5 years old and the battery is getting bad. It’s empty after about 45 minutes and replacing the battery is expensive. As I have to go back to training for a 10K in April I need to run longer distances and if I hate one thing is that my Ipod doesn’t work anymore during a run. It happened once and I really need my music to keep going.
I’m keeping things easy this weekend because I have a very busy week at work coming up. We might go visit my Mom tomorrow morning but that’s all the plans I have for this weekend.
Beck’s Diet Solution:
Day 14: Make a plan for tomorrow.
Beck wants you to make a plan of what you’re going to eat tomorrow every day.
I’m already doing that. Ever since I started living together with R. I make a meal plan for the next week. First it was only for dinner but since I rejoined WW online I also make it for my breakfast and lunches. So this task is easy for me because I’m already used to doing this.
This morning I went out for a run. Since I’ve had a cold the whole week I took it easy. I didn’t bother how long it was going to take me, I just wanted to get back at running. I ran 5K and it felt so good to be back at running. I saw this was my third run this year which isn’t much, it’s mostly due to the weather at the start of the year and my cold. But hopefully I won’t get sick this winter anymore and can get back to my usual training. I want to go for another run tomorrow morning.
Weather: 3 C / 37 degrees, cloudy, not much wind.
Distance: 5K / 3.1 miles
Average speed: 7.23 /km
The Ultimate Diet Log:
Food factoid: Alcohol not only stimulates appetite but also loosens your inhibitions, so you may be less careful about your food choices. Lowest-calorie choice: light beer, which contains about 100 calories per 12 ounces
Bleh: I hate beer.
Nutrition tip: Arrive at the supermarket with a full stomach and a shopping list set in stone so that you avoid buying junk food on impulse.
A slow but great run.
Everyone who has run knows that its most important value is in removing tension and allowing a release from whatever other cares the day may bring.