It's disheartening to think about how much fitness I have lost, but exciting to think that I'll be building it up again. I can't wait to cover double digit miles again.
|And to get a dog. It'll be nice to have a dog to come home to.|
Yesterday, I covered 3 miles at 9:28/mile pace, which felt way harder than it should be. Before I stopped running, 3 miles was nothing. Oh body, how quickly you forget.
This morning, I convinced my dad to join me on a run. I had mentally planned on another 3 mile run, but we ended up running for 4.67 miles at 9:42/mile pace. To be honest, I don't think either of us were in a running shape, but being super competitive, we couldn't back out. I'm sure we'd have run longer, out of pride, if our route allowed it.
|Another picture of my dog! I know it doesn't fit, but I have tons of pictures of him with no where to put it.|
Other than starting to run, I've been trying to get ready for my big move to the south.
I signed up for my first ever non student, non joint, bank account. I even have a savings in case I budget well and manage to save money. (Doubtful for the first few months. There's so much to buy like furniture!) I even inquired about an auto loan at the bank. Because adults have cars and have a plan to pay for it and stuff.
I still need to decide on a car. How do people decide to buy a certain car? Do I pay more money for the car that I think I would want or stick with a fairly cheap one until I'm more settled?
I also need more work clothes including steel-toed boots.
Despite tests and homework and all that, school is definitely much easier than real life.
Happy Friday! What cars are affordable and good? Key word being affordable. And by affordable, I mean a car that's in the lowest price range.