Not really, but at times that seemed as though that was the case.
I plan to change that more than a little in the 2020 goals.
- Ended the year with over 1,700.
- Better than I thought I would, but the holidays and celebrations are still tough and when you live with great cooks, well you tend to eat what they make. I still have to work on baked goods, ice cream, and potato chips, but even with these “foods”, I have reduced the amounts a great deal compared to how much “junk” food I used to eat.
- I did better on the technology side of buying new running stuff and running clothes were not an issue. However, from August to October I got off on a tangent with my running shoes and went on an Altra and then Hoka binge. Now I am back to where I need to be in my New Balance shoes which seem to work well for me. I have some Nikes that work too and are still in the rotation, but New Balance just seem to fit my feet the best and they have come so far with their latest offerings.
- This actually covers most of my life and I think that other than running shoes, I did really well with making things simpler in all aspects of my life.
For the most part, I did pretty well on my goals, but I need to work on my running shoe addiction a bit more and cut-back even more on the sugar i.e. baked goods, ice cream, cake, whoopie pies, well you get the picture.
Overall grade if I was still teaching – about a C+
Originally posted on Aging – My Thoughts and written by Harold L. Shaw