… in an unprepared way. Seriously. Any suggestions for organizing emergency supplies? I need a new system. Continue reading
After I posted about starting a bullet journal, an online pal and an old colleague sent me a link to Prevention writer Erinne Magee’s explanation of how she used bullet journaling to lose weight.
Although I’m more interested in gaining muscle and stamina, I got some ideas. I hope other readers may find it helpful, too.
By the time you read this, I will be enjoying a brisk walk through Detroit. Or perhaps not, if the prediction of rain showers and sweltering heat comes true.
But I’ll be with my friend, M’e the Fashionista. Five other people are accompanying her as a celebration of her life after breast cancer. I know at least one of them will be running the 5K.
As I may have mentioned before, M’e has been practicing for this 5K by doing 5Ks. She assures me that she won’t outpace me race-walking, since the walkers will be a huge, crowded mass of humanity.
Sounds like fun, right?
Now that I’m officially signed up for the 2015 Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the Cure(R), I am in training.
I have only a vague idea how to train for a 5K; after all, I lettered in the “field” part of “track and field.” So I searched around and found this lovely page – recently updated, no less! So I signed up for the appropriate newsletter for daily do’s.
But that’s not the only training I’m doing now. Continue reading