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Monday, November 05, 2007

Hello, Consistency!

The running as of late hasn't been much in terms of distance, but I do have to say that I am returning to a more consistent routine. For now, that seems to be good enough.

For Monday? Another 3 miler down in the books.

Again, the cooler weather was nice; plus, with the time change and the seasonal change, it's nice to be able to run at 4:30 or 5 in the evening and be done with it early instead of waiting until 8 or 9 at night like I do in the summer. Seems like I have so much more time in the evening then.

Of course, I could also rise early and run first thing in the morning and have the evening completely open. Bah. Who likes to do that?

11 comments:

Lisa - Slow & Steady said...

Consistent is good. Unless you are consistently doing nothing (like I seem to be lately). In that case, it is not so good.

Non-Runner Nancy said...

Good job!!

Margo said...

Big kudos to you for getting out there and doing it! I haven't done any running in the last 3 weeks, but that'll change! Doing a combination of workouts and hopefully that'll help me be more consistent!

L*I*S*A said...

I'm a morning runner. I find it very difficult to get movin' in the afternoon.

Great job on your run.

Marcy said...

You know me, I love my mornings!! LOL YOu gotta convert!

Wes said...

Not me! I'm an evening sort of guy too! :-)

Mendy said...

Consistently is great. That means the more you get out there, the more you'll do it as second nature. Great run, sounds like a nice early evening run to wind down your day. I've got a 3 miler today too, and am looking forward to it.

Nicole said...

Yay. I'm getting consistent as well. I didn't weigh in on Monday but did today and I'm a pound less.

ws said...

the cooler weather is so nice...I'm with Marcy on the morning thing, too

J~mom said...

I hear ya on the mornings! I only get up when I absolutely have to!

MN Mom said...

When you mentioned rise & morning in the same sentence...it took me back to a memory from my high school days. I used to stay over night at a girl friends and her dad used to come in to wake us up. He always called out cheerfully; "Rise and shine Girls! Rise and shine!" To which Karen would answer, "We might rise but we ain't gonna shine!"