I’ve mentioned before that working on my fitness was a huge goal of mine. It’s not that I think I’m fat and want to lower the number on the scale or anything like that; I just know that I am not nearly as fit and in shape as I have been or could be. Looking up my BMI (body mass index), I found out that by some standards, I am “overweight”. By no means, do I agree with this, but I am ready to make sure that isn’t the case.
When I started school, I decided that each semester I want to pay for a weekend getaway for Tyler and I. Early October was our very first of these vacations. I chose Atlanta for many reasons but mostly because I spoil Tyler, who is a die hard Atlanta Braves fan.
Autumn, for a lot of people, means pumpkin spice everything, bonfires, and hunting. For me, it means football, family, cardigans, and pumpkin carving.
Every morning on my commute to work, I listen to the Bobby Bones Show on 94.9 TNT. At about 7:00 am EST they have a “Oh Happy Day” segment where each of them, along with a few callers, list what makes today a good day for them. Because this segment makes the start to every day so good for me, I was hoping to pass it along. What better way to start your day than with the mindset that “every day is a good day”?
As something to get my blog started, I’m going to take on the NaBloPoMo.
I am currently juggling a full-time job, 3 college courses per semester, and being (or at least trying to be…) a homemaker as well as a new blogger. On top of that, I’ve made it a goal to fit in time for a fitness routine somewhere in my already full schedule.