You know when your mind advises you against doing something and you still do it anyways? I had one of those moments yesterday when I made the executive decision against better judgement to go ahead and sign up for a fitness challenge at work. I am vowing to walk several hundred thousand steps between Monday and mid-June.
Which under normal circumstances would be fairly doable. I think. Maybe. Except on Monday I'll already be gone on one of my handful of business trips between now and mid-June. Like crossing an ocean in a big metal tube gone. And I am totally one of those people who doesn't have the willpower to exercise when I'm traveling because I'm usually too busy trying to sneak in every extra minute of sleep I can.
So it is perfect timing to strap on a pedometer and vow to walk-run-swing my arms really fast my way to fitness, right?
(I don't get anything if I win and I am fairly certain nothing happens if I don't meet my mark. But I wanted a way to mentally tell myself that I need to change things up and be more active overall. So I'm going to try. I'll go walking instead of lounging. And hopefully reserve my whining to this post only.)
What have you done lately against general better judgement?
Sweater: Pim + Larkin via Pipelime sequin stripe (worn here - sim, cas, in black)
Skirt: J.Crew pleated crepe (worn here - brighter, knife pleats, longer, as dress)
Necklace: Anthropologie ampay (worn here - sim, sim, bolder)
Shoes: J.Crew paulina (worn here -sim, peep, slingback, solid purple)