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Evening run - Evening colours

Sunday, April 05, 2020



A colleague of mine told she runs after work - great to leave the day behind.

I started to experiment with it.

What I like that indeed it helps me forget the day, and arrive to the family.

Especially now, when my daily commute takes 2 seconds, from going from one room to the other...

A surprise effect is the beautiful colours of the sunset. I just loved how the light changed during these 30 minutes of exercise.

Otherwise, I am back on track with my running habit, 3x times a week. I settled on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, this seems to work.

For the other 3 days, I started again cycling, like I did in Austria.
Swimming has to wait until the pools reopen after this lockdown.

It's good to be back on the habit-track.
So much easier.

I just looked up one of my posts I wrote willpower and habits here on Sparkpeople in 2013.

Interesting to re-read my thoughts from that time.

They are still so true - and motivating to re-read, and re-do them.

www.sparkpeople.
com/mypage_public_journal_
individual.asp?blog_id=5272108


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  • INGMARIE
    Activities will keep us sane during these times.We walk / jog in the mornings,and a walk I. the afternoon I. our condo-area,.
    Your commute to work is very short๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜„

    Have great and safe day. emoticon
    58 days ago
  • GOLFGMA
    Your activity sounds emoticon great. I walk or ride bike daily and feel better each time. I love doing videos on youtube also.
    58 days ago
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  • FIT4LIFEANNE
    I workout daily for up to 40 minutes. I walk 6 miles continuously in 3 mile increments. I just love the endorphins I receive from exercising. They're therapeutic especially in this day and age.
    59 days ago
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