Versus what I actually did, are two different things.
I was supposed to go [Kung Fu] training today but as you can probably guess from the headline, I didn’t make it.
The weather is great so I decided that it was an opportunity to get my motorbike out.
What I was supposed to do in June…
Was to MOT my bike. For those not in the know, an MOT is a legal requirement on British roads, giving you an annual declaration of roadworthiness. The cops prefer you to have one too.
What I actually did today…
Was rest, following a very brief sulk.
The cubs are with their mum (technically my weekend but there were family celebrations on her side so we made a deal) and the house is tidy.
I also took the opportunity to connect with all of my new followers, thanks to the amazing Daily Post first friday! what a great idea and I’m so glad I took the opportunity to engage.
Hints and tips are coming in already and I will definitely be rummaging through all of your pages for a good read and some ideas!
Not today kung fu kingdom; not today.
I’m thankful for making it to day 2 of my fitness challenge; work in progress!
I’m thankful for my son, who cried to get into my bed and once I acquiesced, told me he didn’t like the fan and went back to his bed, leaving me wide awake.
I’m thankful for my daughter, who despite being only 7 managed to occupy territory (in my bed) roughly the equivalent of Luxembourg.
I’m thankful for my son, who after his usual bath and bedtime routine dropped a poo bomb that saw us repeating the whole process.
I’m thankful to my daughter, who woke up 20 minutes after I got to bed to get me to choose my favourite character from Shakespeare’s “Taming of the Shrew” (children’s edition) whilst covering my bald head in stickers. I love my life and I wouldn’t change a thing.
Ps; I’m growing things on my window sill now. Lettuce and mint. The idea was to eat more healthily…
The mint has gone in gin.
While brushing my teeth I have decided to alter my morning routine.
The usual 100 star jumps and 100 seal jumps will be replaced from tomorrow with HIIT skipping for 10 mins followed by 30 burpees.
I’ll do this for 30 days and see how I get on.
Check out my latest blurb under the fitness tab.
Following an [extremely convincing] internet scare story I now have a water filter complete with a year’s worth of cartridges. The idea is to reduce the intake of heavy metals for me and my kids. I’m not embarrassed.
Listening to the shocking statistic that 1 in 2 of us will now develop cancer in our lifetime i’m taking no chances; after all, it did for my mother.
There has to be something in our modern lifestyle behind it, as I can well remember when that stat was 1 in 3. Surely if we keep going at this rate, cancer will be an inevitability?
I skipped class tonight. It took a lot of willpower not to skip supper too. Intermittent fasting relies heavily on eating well and exercising. I planned to fill the time when the kids aren’t here with the things i used to enjoy doing; running, gym, martial arts and cooking.
My self-discipline needs a little work but it’s not far from where it should be.
How fit are you? Be honest as you’re only kidding yourself.
- Work in progress
- Dad bod
- Stairs= Everest
If like me, you fluctuate between these 4 then don’t despair; I can teach you to be fit!
Disclaimer: will power needed.