Having a new bed has made my sleep so much more comfortable.
I used to toss and turn when I first went to bed.
Now, when I decide to sleep I just sink in and I'm out in a few minutes.
My back feels better, my shoulders and neck are relaxed. I didn't know it would make such a difference this fast.
Beds have a life of 7-10 years. If you are having pain and trouble sleeping, I would look at your mattress.
It's kind of like running shoes. They have a mileage limit and then they will make you hurt. A new bed, and new shoes, is an investment in your health and wellness.
Today was a good day for a run. I felt strong and balanced. Some days I can tell I am leaning one way more than the other and I walk with a sway or a limp. Weird.
I started off with 100 floors on the stair climber. Today was easier than yesterday and I felt like I could do more, but I wanted to run as well.
The bad thing about not running or working out my lower body for a few months--the bum jiggle.
I am sure you know what I'm talking about. If I can feel it jiggle, then I know other people can see it jiggle. That just gives me a goal I can work towards. When the rear end momentum stops, I know I'm in decent shape.
Speaking of jiggle, the same things is happening with my arms. Oh, well.
Laundry has been non-stop this week. I have piles to fold. And more loads to wash.
It's hard to believe that it will ever end, but...