I did amature bootcamp on my own. I should explain what I mean about amature bootcamp. The "real" bootcamp I attend is professional and facilitated by a fitness professional. It is for women only and we do a variety of exercise on a sports field. We don't use car tyres or heavy ropes, and the facilitator does not yell at us. It is very supportive and encouraging.
Currently, real bootcamp is on a break. So up until now, another bootcamp attendee and I had been putting together our own sessions based on exercises we do at real bootcamp. Today I did it alone as, my partner in crime had to return to Sydney. I have been doing this to ensure I remain fit during the holiday period and keep the weight off.
After bootcamp, I took Miss A to the park but it was pretty hot so we headed home with Miss A having a slushy and I had a frozen yoghurt.
Once home Miss A continued her obsession with Minecraft youtube videos and I watched aa rerun of Packed to the Rafters. I then cleaned out Miss A's clothes. I will be donating 2 garbage bags of clothes to the local op shops. I plan on cleaning my clothes out before i return to work.
At 3pm I went for my afternoon walk and then continued reading Running against time by Chris Pavey. I'm still in a running book reading phase.
A number of library twitter friends have been mentioning the return of their reading mojos. Mine has been a lost cause this year. I started well but then my 2nd job took up , ore time and then running became a focus. Social media has also become more popular as I connect with fellow runners and share my running goals and achievements.
Now if only I could get the same motivation and enthusiasm for my work life, I'd have that work life balance worked out.
When in a rut in your work life, how ddo you get it back?