Now, to your second question:
Life is okay, can not really complain. Business is growing steadily, but of course not all is good. Financial management (personally) has to improve and need to start paying off my student loan debt. But once again, can not really complain. Fabulous helps with ingraining useful habits, so stick to those!
I would like to incorporate some strength training with the resistance band but I have little time in the morning for exercising, it seem like too much time wasted setting up my gym mat and setting up training videos.
I have a skipping rope but that also hasn’t been used in a while because I don’t have enough space in the yard for skipping.
I am considering skipping or training with the resistance band on the days when I don’t have to run. I will start with five minutes and see how it goes.
Then in the afternoon when I can get around better, I walk some solid and loose sand on the beach. Medically, for safety, I'm not allowed to walk more than 5500 steps a day. But, I figure walking on loose sand is a whole lot tougher than road? 😉
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