So today I realized that society is sick. Very sick.
Let me start at the beginning. Yesterday morning, I worked out at Leach where I changed and cleaned up for the day in the locker room. So, I worked out in my Five Fingers and then changed in to shoes. During that changing time frame, I accidentally left my FF in the locker room. I didn’t realize it until I was getting ready for my workout tonight, so then I called three different departments in Leach and no one had turned them in. So, my first pair of Five Fingers are now gone. Some freak is wearing my vibrant yellow toe shoes. Who the crap does that!?! Frankly the worst thing about it is they jerk who stole them probably thought they were taking them from some trust fund kid who so they were thinking they were some kind of Robin Hood taking from the children on the 1%. Little did they know they were stealing from a very poor married grad student who spent his Christmas money on a new pair of shoes. (I’m not pouting, but I’m just incredibly frustrated.) Anyway, so it is what it is. Life goes on. Who knows, maybe the folks at Leach will find them or something. I guess we’ll see. Sorry to go all Debbie Downer on you guys.
To compound this frustration, I have been stress eating like a mad man. No bag of chips is safe in my house. I know it’s stress related, but I get scared any time I go in to binge mode. It brings up bad memories and habits. I’m just ready to be done with April.
Breakfast: I had half a piece of toast. Yum. Then I had coffee from Atomic. Awesomeness.
Lunch: I was going to bring a lunch, but in the throws of the morning I ran out of time to make one. Anyway, I went to Pollo Tropical for lunch. The chicken was a little undercooked so if I get food poisoning next week you’ll know why. With that being said, the black beans and rice were delicious. That counts for something.
Snacking like crazy: I had a lot of chips. A. Lot. I’m making Cape Cod a rich company.
Workout: This morning I was in a bit of a mood. I felt sick and fat and weird. I knew that a killer workout was going to be cathartic and exactly what I needed. Joe the Trainer said that today was going to be a free day, so I texted him to tell him to give me the worst cardio circuit he could dish up. It was brutal. A lot of box jumps, squat jumps, resistance bands curls, push ups, and running. After that really intense abs. I was incredibly exhausted, but I felt strong and empowered. I know that sounds crazy, but it was what I needed.
So that’s it. It was a weird day. See ya tomorrow.