I have to confess, I get overwhelmed by many things and one of them being the supplement/vitamin aisle at the grocery store. Waaayy too many options. So I simply assume that I am getting all the nutrients that I need from my daily food intake and just supplement what my doctor recommends.
Apparently, I have a vitamin D deficiency. However, I am terrible at remembering to take the pills so thanks to this writing challenge I am going to recommit myself to taking them.
I am already on my way to having higher levels of vitamin D.
So, yesterday I was on my way out to meet up with some friends for some sushi. However, I realized that I lost my wallet over the weekend (I am so responsible). And the sushi place was closed for Labor Day.
So I sulked at home with a turkey sandwich on honey wheat. It was just not the same.
Thankfully some kind soul turned in my wallet today, I credit this to the time last week where I helped a sweet old day find her class.
Also, all my gift cards better still be in my wallet.
On top of being easily overwhelmed and totally responsible I also make poor life choices. It’s how I ended up not changing my major in college until I was 3.5 years deeeeep into that mess. I am telling you, poor life choices.
The day before yesterday I had gone for a run and stupidly decided to run again yesterday just because I had the free time.
(Can anyone spot my sister?)
Well the run/walk session was fantastic initially. I was pushing myself on the runs and recovering when I walked. All things were great up until the last mile when I got angry about something I was thinking about and took a funny step. I don’t know about you, but I have a funny ankle, it’s the one that I rolled over when I fell over on my bike on a busy street in Amsterdam.
Ever since that day over 2 years ago, it’s never been the same. And today I am limping around.
I should have just stayed home, and taken a rest day.
Of course I was dramatic, tweeted the entire incident and took pictures to document the moment.
Otherwise it never happened.
Things were looking sooo good at this point in my walk/run session.
Post-ankle madness. At least I am smiling…I think…..
So, tell me about your life choices? The good, the bad and the ugly.