High Five for a 3rd job?! Sure, this doesn’t look exciting, but it’s not bad and pays well. My 3 jobs are completely different – education, retail, and for now, office work. I checked the phones, sent e-mails, commented on food blogs, and that was it for the day. I was the only person in.
High Five for mastering jump roping! I grew up when jump roping was cool and I never did it. Whenever I’m required to jump rope as an adult, I get frustrated and mess up and frustrated again. It’s a terrible cycle. Today I strung 60 in a row, skipped one, and continued on to 100! Not once did I get caught in the rope!
How? I didn’t look at myself in the mirror, and I wore capris that stay up.
I woke up at 5 A.M., decided 13.3 (150 wall balls, 50 double unders, & 15 muscle ups) weren’t for me – I knew I’d hardly get through wall balls if at all, and looked for a WOD I hadn’t done and could do at home: “Rofer,” named after an attractive lawyer who comes in the morning. 🙂
- Make jam. Thanks Ashley for the idea. I’m working with master food preservers this summer so will pick up a tip or two.
- Do exercises on a Swiss ball. This isn’t quite spring, but I love the idea.
- Work out outdoors. Hiking?!
- Visit some farms. Maybe avocados?
- Take my mom to the Carlsbad Flower Fields
High Five for spring break in San Francisco. I leave in less than a week! Oh, I have to buy something to bring my friend. What’s really special in Southern California? I have no clue!
Do you have a spring break? What are you doing?
What’s on your spring to-do list?