I know you’re thinking to yourself, “Jodi, we aren’t able to read today’s post because we’re overwhelmed by the awesomeness of your sunglasses!” It’s OK, I felt like that at first as well, the feeling will pass. While the awesomeness goes on forever, your eyes will adjust.
In case you haven’t figured it out, I’m pretty stoked to be able to wear sunglasses again.
I’m also happy that we solved the temporary break down of the elliptical today. We are the newest members of Planet Fitness (for the time being). $10 a month, no contracts and $1 sign-up fee. Well worth it compared to the $5 per person, per day that the YMCA was asking. Overall I’m pretty happy with the place, but the WIFI is absolutely horrible. I couldn’t watch Glee, which was immediately demotivating, and then I couldn’t even connect to Pandora. Luckily I had a pretty decent playlist on my iPad, but I was super annoyed. However, that was the only downfall of the afternoon (outside of my epic fail to try and be tutored by my husband in Networking…Did I mention just how much I hate majoring in IT at this point?). The equipment was great and the perks are pretty awesome. The best one, in my opinion, is access to a personal trainer that’s included in your membership. After I’ve been a few times and made up my mind whether or not to keep the membership once the elliptical at home is fixed, I think I’m going to schedule a meeting with him. I’ve always been super nervous about meeting with someone like that, but I know I’m going to have to sooner or later. I would like to hear a professional’s opinion on how to best lose the weight and tone the problem areas as I go. I don’t have any experience in lifting weights and I’m not very well versed in other forms of exercise outside of cardio equipment. It can’t hurt, that’s for sure.
Now it’s time to go wrestle the contact lenses out of my eyes. Still haven’t mastered that just yet.
“Enter every activity without giving mental recognition to the possibility of defeat. Concentrate on your strengths, instead of your weaknesses… on your powers, instead of your problems.”–Paul J. Meyer