Sunday came and went. A drove back to her dorm room 200 miles away after we had Chipotle for dinner. I had a soft taco and chips. My body was not happy with all the salt, but I managed to sneak a 1/2 mile run in before the gym closed.
It was 28 degrees outside and I was grateful to live so close to a gym with an indoor track.
The best part of this run was still having time to go into the sauna for 5 minutes after running. It felt so good on my muscles.
Today I ran earlier than yesterday. I decided I don't really want to see myself in the reflection of the glass as I trot around the track. So I went while it was nice and sunny. It is still cold, but sunny.
My daughter says she is running 10 miles tomorrow. I calculated. 10/26.2 miles is 38%. She is running 38% of a marathon tomorrow and I'm still only on 1/13.1. This means that I'm running about 7.6% of a half marathon. Somehow doing the math makes me feel better. In my work with clients I'm always asking them to break down financial their goals and intentions the smallest possible amount of time and smallest numbers. For instance, if they want to make 100,000 a year, I have them break it down to months, weeks, days, hours, based on how much time they want to work. So if you want to work 48 weeks a year, you would need to earn 2,083,33 a week to make a million a year. There are lots of options from there. They can have one $2,083 day a week or they c…