Not much going on in the running front of my life this week. I mean I have been running a tad, but not with much of a focus or goal here. This week is my downtime before starting my Chicago marathon training on Monday...which I have not yet established any plans for. Lately my attitude towards things has been more of a one day at a time kinda thing, and that is four days away from now...so I'll touch base with that later I suppose.
So if I ever were to veer off on random tangents about my life, I suppose that this would be the perfect time for that.
I have an obsession with my iPhone. I got the wonderful piece of technology back in February only because my hubby wanted one, and apparently we are twinsies and need to do the same things. In the past 4 months I have not put the dang thing down, I just cannot "unplug" myself. It has taken control of my life, and sadly I am okay with that. I take it with me to the bathroom, to bed, to the gym, and everywhere in between. I do not let others use it, and I cannot live without it. Don't even get me started on the Scrabble app. I think I have a problem.
I think that my hubby is intentionally driving me crazy tonight. He is crunching loud on potato chips and watching my most loathed show on television, Glee, as I am typing and trying to read. Why do I hate singing shows so much, and why am I annoyed that he is also trying to spark up conversation with me? Clearly there is something wrong with me, and we need larger living quarters.
In school, they always told us to end on a positive note. So on the good side of life today I finally stopped being the procrastinating dope that I usually am and decided to take a leap of faith in my brain and all of the contents which it is currently holding. Today is the day that I FINALLY took my American College of Sports Medicine Personal Training Certification test. This is something that I wanted to do back in April, but let other things get in the way and just kept pushing it back. But now I have it, and it feels so good to have this certification under my belt and can get cracking on my new career venture.
I have a pretty sweet apron collection, and I rock each and everyone of them.
I'm a pretty bad ass baker.
Don't hate, I went to culinary school and used to do it professionally.
Why I felt the need to share mindless things about myself today, I do not know. Running brings me sanity and since I have not been doing much of that lately, I suppose that maybe I've lost it. Or it could just be the champagne that I've been drinking this evening.