It was HOT here this weekend. Today is blissfully down to 80 but Saturday it was almost 100 degrees. During this early for the year heat wave I was also suffering from a major headache. So Saturday when it was so hot I did laundry and changed the bedding and that is about all. There was a lot of sitting still trying to stay cool.
Sunday morning we went for a walk at 6:30 in the morning. Getting a couple miles in and still home before 7:15. I then headed out in the yard and did about 2 hours of weeding before it was just to dang hot out there. But I managed to get quite a bit done.
I then cleaned the filters in our window air units and fired the one up in the kitchen, kept the doors and curtains closed and read the entire paper and watched tv for a good part of the day.
I really did love that early morning walk and should have done that again this morning. I had booked a virtual yoga class as our yoga studio is trying to give classes remotely. I set up both of our yoga mats and Lori worked on her class work up until 9:00 and came out and joined me for some much needed yoga.
We are going to get more yoga added into our schedule because we both feel so much better when we do! (Did that sound convincing) So here is the real question. What is my problem with motivation at home? Why am I willing to wait around for a class to start at a specific time given by one of the people from our studio? Or when we are not in lock-down state of being, drive 30 minutes to the studio for the class and then back. I own yoga DVD’s, I have a prime account and can stream yoga right in this very spot. It’s ridiculous.
Since things are going to take a long time to get back to normal, if “normal” is even a thing anymore. I am going have to power through this hurdle and figure this “at home” work out thing. Because I feel so much better with the movement.