Today we are celebrating us. That’s right today is our 19th wedding anniversary. I can’t believe we’re old enough to have been married this long, but whatever. Clearly, we haven’t been aging that fast. Since we’re still in the midst of the COVID crisis, we enjoyed a nice Blue Apron dinner at home. The Hubby did most of the cooking, but I was there to assist as needed. He brought me some beautiful roses and a wonderful card. I bought nothing today, which I thought was a great present for him. In all due seriousness, we’ll celebrate our anniversary when we head to the Keys later this month.
Naturally, we both had to work today since it’s a Tuesday. He spent the day working on a job up in Jupiter. Meanwhile, I worked from home. The best part, of course, was that my day was scheduled around yoga and my run. Did I mention I love my new job? I love that I have the flexibility to continue the things I love, but still work my tail off at work. It’s a win-win situation. Moreover, the best part of sales is the opportunity to meet people doing incredible things. Hopefully, I’ll gain traction quickly and start earning a consistent paycheck. In the interim, I’m happy to be productive again.
Since I have a standing noon meeting, I’ve switched up my yoga schedule a bit. Instead of taking yoga for a healthy back, I’m now taking Vinyasa with Monica in the morning. Naturally, the vinyasa class is significantly tougher than the health back class, however, it is perfect for me. Honestly, I can’t tell you how much I have missed a Monica Vinyasa class. I used to take her class 3-4x/week until she left Burn and I got hurt. I’m glad to back in her tough and rewarding class. However, since I’m taking a vinyasa class on Tuesday, I’m taking yin classes on Thursday and Friday to balance out the practice.
Post yoga, I made it home for my standing sales meeting. It was refreshing to have a productive, succinct sales meeting that drone on for an hour. Within thirty minutes, I was hard at work on building and executing my contact strategy. It felt pretty damn good. I powered through the afternoon and was extremely productive connecting with several professionals. Hopefully, those connections will turn into meetings over the course of the next week. Needless to say, it was a productive workday.
Naturally, it wouldn’t be Tuesday if I didn’t log a 3-mile run or complain about Facebook. Today’s run was purposefully difficult. Consequently, I increased my tempo for the majority of the run. For the most part, I felt good throughout. Comparatively, the last four minutes of my run sucked. Fortunately, I’m on season 6 of Curb, and Leon just got introduced. He and Larry are ridiculously funny, which kept me distracted for most of the run. Nonetheless, the last few minutes were still awful. As for this evening, we’re just chilling on the couch enjoying a Parks & Rec marathon. Oh and the best anniversary present? A call from our airmen! I love hearing from him.
Here’s a list of our day’s activities:
*I read Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte.
*Vinyasa with Monica from Open Heart Yoga Studio
*Did you know that the first ring I received from my hubby was a ruby ring?
*I quietly enjoyed a morning and afternoon meditation
*Took obligatory picture of Anakin! It turned out super cute!
*Obedience training Anakin
*Week 8 BBG 2.0 day 2 cardio and yoga
*And now I feel better today!
Affiliate advertising supports this blog. By clicking on the link and making a purchase, you are helping to support the blog with no added cost to you.