Today was a day.
I mean, it’s always a day so it’s nothing special, but maybe every day should be thought of as more than just another in a long line of days.
I woke up, got ready for the gym, got on the train, got to the gym and did 28 minutes of alternating walking/jogging/running. I walked for 3 minutes, jogged for 2, ran for 1, jogged for 2 and repeated (that low heart rate squiggle at the end is me forgetting to stop my FitBit… shocking, I know).
After sweating a bit and showering, I got to work and basically worked non-stop other than a couple short meetings and my walk breaks that I try to take every day. In all honesty, I have absolutely nothing to complain about today.
And that’s something I should do more often. Not complain. What does complaining do? I guess it let’s you vent? Helps with stress maybe? But maybe I need to be more selective in the things I complain about. Is it something that really impacts my life or just something I want to whine about? That’s a thought I’m going to have to start putting into place in my life.
So I finished the day off with over 15,000 steps. I played some League of Legends with the boys. I ate terribly which I guess I can at least admit… but I need to do something about. And I am about to head to bed in a few before the glorious Friday rolls around.
With no complaints.
“What you’re supposed to do when you don’t like a thing is change it. If you can’t change it, change the way you think about it. Don’t complain.” ~Maya Angelou,