Who would have thought that at the beginning of 2020 that we would be talking about the stuff we have been. Who knew we would have a toilet paper shortage? Who knew we would all be owning and wearing masks?
Nothing is more fun this time of year than swimming. Whether it is in a pool or heading out to a lake. Unfortunately we also start hearing of drownings this time of year.We need to make this 100% not a thing. Keeping kids safe by the water is totally doable and drownings are totally preventable.
So, I have a few reasons to get back on my eating healthy regimen. One being that my blood pressure a few weeks ago was at stroke level. I am not even kidding here. I was at 190/102 yeah not good. Oh and the other is to not die. I want to be able to just feel better.
Can you actually wake up on the right side of the bed? Or the wrong? Is that even a thing. I mean if you wake up all refreshed and happy than you woke up on the right side. If you wake up all groggy and cranky than you, my friend, woke up on the wrong side. Is that a thing?
Will your kid eat broccoli? Heck no you say. Well yes there are some really picky kids. Maybe you are raising one. Maybe you are at your wits end. You want your child to try new things and even eat a bit healthier. Is this a possibility?
Are you used to wearing that mask yet? I know they are not the easiest to get used to. I have tried. Oh, and I have tried to understand people who are wearing one. That is sometimes the toughest part. I know that masks have become a normal part of our days.
As we are getting closer to the end of the week how are you feeling? Are you tired? Do you feel like you are always tired? I know towards the end of the week I feel like I am just about running on empty.
We have so many reasons we want to get in shape. We do know it is better for us. We also get that it makes us feel better about ourselves too. So we look into ways to get in shape. We vow to eat better and try to exercise. If we don't have the time to exercise we will for sure get up and move around while at work. It's the least we can do.
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times." Right? Isn't that the line from "A Tale of Two Cities?" I would have to admit that is about how we feel about 2020 as a whole. I mean you get it right?