Yesterday was filled with a little bit of this, a little bit of that. Today will be more of the same.
I Am Not A Slave To My Technology
After eating a largish lunch at Grindhouse Killer Burgers and then spending some time in the library I decided that I should get out and do my hour of exercise. With a haircut appointment at 4:30pm and German class at 6:30pm, I didn’t want to work up too much of a sweat so I decided to walk around Piedmont Park. I suppose that I could have showered at LA Fitness, yes I am still paying for a membership, but don’t much care for the Ansley Mall location.
Anyway, it wasn’t until I had five minutes left in my hour-long walk that I realized that I never started any of my fitness-tracking technology. Dangen! So, you will have to believe me when I tell you that I walked for an hour yesterday.
ITP Flickr Pic
“That One Guy” (Atlanta, Georgia, United States)
Here is some tangible proof of my walk… I Intended to take a panorama of a seemingly empty Piedmont Park and then this one guy walked into my frame.
Killing Many Birds With A Few Stones
Today I plan to get many things done in a short period of time.
I will start my flurry of activity with lunch at Pollo Norteño followed by doing laundry at my favorite lavanderia. I am wearing my last pair of clean underwear so laundry is a must.
Once laundry is finished I will drive down to Town Brookhaven where I will go out for a sweaty run/walk (I’m hoping the change in location will spur me on to do better) followed by a shower at that LA Fitness because I’m a little more familiar with that location.
After showering I will be doing some shopping at Costco, getting all of the things that I will need for this weekend’s camping trip. Hooray for getting out of town again!
And finally I will meet up with my friend Hank at Lucky’s Burger & Brew for a couple beers.
Boom! An entire day’s chores knocked out in a compact block of time.
I didn’t see this coming. I suppose I should find a television at some point in the evening to watch the conclusion of this year’s World Series.