Well hello everyone. Hope you are all well :) I've disappeared for a bit in end-of-the-year madness. Lots of hoops to jump through... at least that's what Eric calls it when I have to spend 20 minutes on the phone/attempting to send a grade report so I can get tuition reimbursement for a class that I was forced to take through the district and the superintendent gave me a grade for. WHY DOES HE NEED A GRADE REPORT WHEN HE GAVE ME THE GRADE? Wah.
Moving on, the kids are at all time worst behavior, but equally hilarious as always. Today, one of my students came back from being out sick for a week. His mom has had a rough week because multiple of her kids have been in the hospital with sickness and her husband has been away. During lunch, I talked to him about how great his behavior has been today. I kept mentioning how his mom was going to be so proud of him and he's a great big brother for being on his best behavior while his mom worries about his sister etc. Finally he looks at me and says, "yeah... I kinda just forgot to be bad today." If only he could've forgot every day...
I now interrupt this blog hiatus to discuss an important topic: summer workouts.
What do you guys do in the summer for work outs?
I am seriously debating what I want to do this summer. I am most likely going to join a gym, but I don't know which one. Here are my options:
1. Join the local YMCA. I used to be a member of this gym and I can get a summer membership for $99. I would have an option of two gyms locally, both with a pool. Also, I would have access to a Y at the Cape. The only bad thing about the Cape Y is that it's not super convenient and it doesn't open til 12 on Sundays... which is just dumb if you ask me.
2. Continue with my regular routine while at home (walking, running, biking outside, using treadmill and yoga videos on rainy days) and join a super convenient gym at the Cape, also $99 for 3 months.
3. Not join any gyms and save my money for yoga :) Obviously I would still do cardio outside and with the equipment I have in my house.
My major dilemma is just my overall ADD when it comes to working out. I always want to switch it up! Also I know you are probably thinking I am going to have endless spare time this summer so I should join all the gyms and get in ridiculous shape, but in fact I'm going to have a pretty similar time commitment to my summer work, just spread out differently throughout the week. More about that later :)
What are you planning to do for work outs this summer?