morning babble / Saturday 09-18-21
This is the scribble that leads to the babble. Sometimes it gets tidied up, but sometimes . . . not so much. When all else fails – go watch the video!
Yesterday, I professed my love for the Kake of Tasty – Tastykake. The favorite overall will always be the Butterscotch Krimpets. I also flashed those Little Debbie Pumpkin Spice Rolls, which got my attention because they were pumpkin spice. Well, I was then notified that Tastykake has Pumpkin Spice Frosted Cupcakes – soooooooo, it’s on the grocery list.
Didn’t run yet. #261 will take place outside on the trails. Hoping to do that tomorrow as well.
Morning Routine from Wake-up to Road – Total time = 2 hours / 30 minutes
4:20am – Wake-up (10 minutes) – A MUST in order for this routine to work
4:30am – Use the toilet & social media consumption (10 minutes)
4:40am – Exercise 50/50/50 (15 minutes)
4:55am – Treadmill run (40 minutes) – Key time to start by
5:35am – Make coffee / Prep Lunch (10 minutes)
5:45am – Get Dressed, Contacts, Teeth (10 minutes)
5:55am – Take dogs out (5 minutes)
6:00am – Write to my journal (10 minutes) – Key time to start by
6:10am – Vlog – morning babble (30 minutes)
6:40am – Final packing for day / Good-byes (10 minutes)
6:50am – Driving to work
- Question #1 – where you at with writing? You promised a short. I actually promised two shorts. So, by next Friday (9/24), I’ll post a short – “Empire.” And then, I’ll post another short the following Friday (10/1). October will be the Countdown to 30,000 words, too.
IMPORTANT – Reminder: I’m doing the 5K run for the St. Jude Walk/Run in Philadelphia on Saturday, September 25th. I’ve joined the team – XTU to the Maxx – which is with Charlie Maxx who you can hear middays on 92.5 XTU. To donate, please click here – anything you can do will be greatly appreciated for this great cause. “St. Jude won’t stop until no child dies from cancer”
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QUOTE OF THE DAY:
“The rarest of human qualities is consistency.” – by Jeremy Bentham – English philosopher