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Monday, April 27, 2020

Got out for a walk this morning. I wore a face mask even though most of the other runners and bikers I saw outside were wearing nothing. Am I being paranoid?

I haven't gone outside to run in a month. The only way I could convince myself to get out there was by wearing a mask. Not so much for me but because I interact with my family constantly. I worry about my baby who has some asthma and my son who has it as well.

But. Wow.
Just wow.

It felt AMAZING to be out there again!

So much better than being stuck inside doing tae bo or at home workouts. I think when I workout at home I'm cheating on a lot of moves modifying them so they're easier without thinking about it. I felt way more sore today compared to previous days. I'm hoping to continue getting out there and get over my fear. Listening to music and fun podcasts helps a lot and seeing nature is wonderful too.

Here's to a great week with a loss on the scale!

(We'll see lol)

From my run this morning. It was beautiful out! I didn't even need a jacket!

Been eating a lot of soup and watermelon lately. I hope it helps the scale move!

Happy Monday! Have a great week!
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    Same here. I have been wearing my buffs that I wear during cold-weather running and pull it over my face when I run, in addition to moving over several feet to allow for a safe distance.

    Many people are not wearing masks unless they are in a store and that's still not everyone but Monday, that will be a mandate for all. It's a big worry for sure for your family.

    It is great to get outside. Some of my official races went virtual and I've signed up for some virtual runs I see on social media.

    Take good care!
    98 days ago
    That soup looks good to me.
    98 days ago
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