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Ski season

Yay its Friday again. This week felt REALLY long, it started with me flying from Milwaukee to St Louis (2 hr layover) to Little Rock for a work trip. I got in late on Sunday night, so that always makes for a rough start. I got back to Denver last night around dinner and I’m happy to be in town for the day! Heading to Fort Worth, Texas for a wedding tonight and excited to see some friends there!

Remember on Tuesday when I wasn’t sure how much I would be posting?? Last Sunday, I even told a friend I wasn’t sure about blogging anymore. HAHAHA Well, that was short-lived because I’m posting again. I can’t promise that my blogging will continue through busy times at work (Jan-March) but we will see. I’m still trying to put less blogging pressure on myself and try to enjoy it.

Ski-season

Side note, sushi always tastes better when work is paying.

Ski Season

Ski season has started in Colorado, most of the resorts are open by this weekend. Oddly enough, I haven’t been to the mountains yet. Most years I try to ski one of the weekends around my birthday, but as you can see above November has been a crazy month for me. I’m hoping to get 5 or so days in before Christmas.

The other evening when I was doing a leg workout, I was thinking about ski exercises . Based on my mild soreness after 15 min of legs, I should probably start doing these. This year my squat jumps will be squats, and my skaters won’t be jumping either, but I think these exercises will help strengthen my leg muscles.

Ski-season

Exercise Hiatus

I posted about this on my instagram but its been hard to motivate myself recently for exercise and life. When I wake up and know that I can’t run, I feel defeated. Even more defeated if my stomach bothers me in the morning. But one thing I have learned is that getting a good sweat in does help. When I do a treadmill incline work out, I definitely get sweating AND I even have time to catch up on social media. Doing this does help my mood for the day. Remembering that I can still do low impact arms and legs does help and makes me feel less limited in my exercise. This morning I went to a Fierce 45 class, and I loved it. Shout out to my girls for the gift card!!

Ski-season

Ski-season

I want to try this recipe. I’ve never cooked with canned salmon before…..

Whats on your agenda for the weekend?

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