This morning, I had a three mile run planned, as being back in NYC means being back to my training plan for the Brooklyn Half this coming May. And naturally, it being April and spring, there were at least three inches of snow on the ground waiting for me.
So, thanks for that welcome home, New York!
Today is our first day back at work after a beyond heavenly time in Costa Rica. One of the most important things about breaking out of your regular routine, aside from resting and recharging and getting a tan, is removing yourself from your routine. Our lives go through so many stages and phases, and it's important to remove yourself from your current identity - your job, your schedule, your apartment, your goals - and reconnect with that part of you that is not your current phase in life.
We're trying to take back lessons and fit them into our crazy NYC life as best as we can - lessons you know intellectually are true and learn over and over, but are harder in practice than in theory.
Do less. Read more. Doing nothing is not just okay, your brain needs it sometimes. Sunshine is everything.
Nothing humbles you or brings you closer together as a couple than eating bad produce and dying of the stomach plague together.
Catch sunrises and sunsets whenever humanly possible.
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