I drank two cups of coffee this morning and I don’t even drink coffee and I feel a leeeeetle bit like I might have just intravenously injected the caffeine because I feel a little bit loooooopy. This must be what it feels like to be high, high, high!
I needed the two cups because I got up VERY EARLY to go running.
I got up VERY EARLY to go running because I have big, beefy thighs and I’m tired of carrying around the jelly donut that’s strapped to my waist.
Not only am I motivated! to exercise!, I’m motivated! to improve ALL of myself! Why not start now!
Writing: I’m doing this whole NaBloPoMo thing to try and reset my love of writing and blogging.
My marriage: I don’t like Tate about 75% of the time and I’m trying to cut that number down to about only 10% so I’m reminding myself to stop being a dick to him. I’ve also been listening to Focus on the Family marriage related podcasts (while I’m running) (which are kinda weird to listen to, but also kinda good.)
Health: Did I mention I’ve been running? Well I have been! And I’ve been drinking more water, which is almost harder than running because I can’t ever remember to actually drink it.
Parenting: I’ve given up yelling for Lent. Who cares that Lent doesn’t start until February? I can give it up now. It’ll be good practice because it’s going to take that long for the not yelling to actually stick. Also I’ve been reading some parenting books on topics such as “how to keep your head from exploding when your child throws a tantrum in a busy restaurant” and “exorcising demons from toddlers.”
I know “experts” say that people are “supposed” to make small changes when trying to achieve their goals, but if I do that, I’ll be 350 lbs, divorced, dehydrated, hoarse, AND my blog will suck even harder by the time I get around to fixing all that needs fixing.