Two-and-a-half things from my list that I accomplished this week: Be able to run 3 miles in 30 minutes. Go to the top of the Hoover Tower. Have a picnic at the Oval. Last week I realized I wasn’t doing enough things from my list. So last Thursday, after my last final of the … Continue reading 2.5 Things
This week, when I got out of my last class of the quarter (woohoo!), I realized the sun was still out and I didn’t need the sweater I packed for the walk home and I saw everyone else in shorts and sandals and sunglasses, and it dawned on me: spring is almost here. And I … Continue reading The Perks of Technology
Here’s what it’s like:¹ I technically can’t cross number 3 off my list (Be able to run 3 miles in 30 minutes. And eventually go for a run outside, in public.) because I haven’t accomplished the first part of it yet, but I have done the second part. Many, many times, actually. In fact, … Continue reading What it’s like to go for a jog. Outside. In public.
1. Start jogging I actually have a lot to say about this. First of all, despite what anybody says, I do have the right to cross this off my list. If you observe closely, it says "Start jogging." And start I did. And I stopped, too. After about 3-4 minutes. What happened to me? I used to … Continue reading 1. Start jogging