Maybe I shouldn’t have pushed after the little sleep I got, but I’m still happy about it.
Closer to a 4:3 ratio today, almost two and a quarter miles in 30min AND I don’t feel as dead afterwards as I have been!
As for adventures with the progenitor today, we’re going browsing at the Brooklyn Flea and then Chelsea Market. I can introduce my mother to the G and L trains. Lucky her!
Making a Scene at a Discount Jewelry Store
- My mom: How about this one?
- Me: What? No. No no, put it back, put it back.
- My mom: Okay….
- Me: There's never an excuse for leopard print.
- My mom: Never?
- Me: Well, are you a leopard?
Q:Running for a certain period of time and tunning for distance are very different. Once you start running a little more, make sure to mix those variables up. You'll notice a big difference!
Do you have any online resources that you might suggest? I’m a complete newb when it comes to running. My goal right now is just regular exercise, and I can use all the tips I can get to make this work for me.
Q:If you're dating someone, is it assumed that you're keeping your options open, or does this require a conversation? I don't think he's keeping his options open...
If I can impart only one piece of advice ever, for my whole life, it would be this:
ALWAYS ERR ON THE SIDE OF OVER-COMMUNICATING.
I’m not entirely sure what you mean by “keeping your options open”, but I’ll assume you mean not being exclusive.
If it is early days, only a handful of dates, I feel like it would be clear that there is no exclusivity yet (depending heavily on societal expectations where you are and the age group you are coming from).
If you are unsure, confused or worried, have the conversation.
It might end up being a bit awkward either way, but anyone who is going to freak out simply because you are talking about possibly uncomfortable topics probably isn’t a good long-term partner anyway.