26 June 2007

The Workout Returns

Yogurt Flavors: Chocolate Decadence, World Class Vanilla, Chocolate Banana, German Chocolate Cake, Egg Nog and Boysenberry.

All parfaits are $2.99 all day long (regularly $3.69).

After close to four months of marriage, my wife and I decided to reinstate our workout routines. It is interesting to me how easy it has been not to workout. It seems that other things just take up time and that spending time together hanging out and talking is easier than saying, "I'm going to go workout." That's why it is important that we are doing this together even if we are not working out together.

Despite the fact that I do feel better and more awake today, I still don't like getting into a workout routine. There is just something horrible about the first few weeks. It is sad to think that things that were easy just a few months ago are much harder now. Perhaps in a month or two, I'll be fully back on track. But for now, I'm feeling a little sore.

Quiz Day: Has American Culture Ruined You?

You Have Not Been Ruined by American Culture

You're nothing like the typical American. In fact, you may not be American at all.
You have a broad view of the world, and you're very well informed.
And while you certainly have been influenced by American culture (who hasn't?), it's not your primary influence.
You take a more global philosophy with your politics, taste, and life. And you're always expanding and revising what you believe.

5 comments:

Traivor said...

I have not been ruined by American culture. Yay me.

sealegs said...

Nor have I. Big surprise.

SerenitySprings said...

Me either.

UnrulyDuckling said...

I think it's funny the quiz suggests I "slow down." The only reason I've been a "little ruined" by American culture is because I'm so all-encompassingly lazy.

***You've Been a Little Ruined by American Culture***

Whether you live in the US or not, deep down you're a little American.
And there's nothing wrong with loving American culture, but it may have negative effects on your life.
Slow down and enjoy what you have. Reconnect with life's simple pleasures.
You don't need to be in a consumerist rat race. Life's too short to overwork yourself!

Anonymous said...

You've Been a Little Ruined by American Culture

Whether you live in the US or not, deep down you're a little American.
And there's nothing wrong with loving American culture, but it may have negative effects on your life.
Slow down and enjoy what you have. Reconnect with life's simple pleasures.
You don't need to be in a consumerist rat race. Life's too short to overwork yourself!



And on a totally different note: My THREE FAVORITE FLAVORS are in at the exact same time. That's crazy.
-E