In December, my webhost migrated my account to a different server. Since then, I’ve discovered emails from my website no longer work. I’ve contacted them and, after troubleshooting, they suggest reinstalling WordPress without any plug-ins to see if it’s a problem with my installation or if there’s something else.
I haven’t gotten around to that due to the general state of busyness I’ve been in. Therefore, if you use my contact form or have used my contact form since December… Sorry. I won’t see your email.
Compared to other years, 2020 is less ambitious. For the Colonel’s Challenge, I’ve resigned myself to the fact that I won’t meet the 30 hours of aerobic activity goal. I can’t get myself up in the mornings and my evenings are consumed by my children. I’ve simplified my resistance training to what I can accomplish at work, and that has proven to be 2 sets of 25 kettlebell swings using a 35 lb weight, and at least 16 pull-ups a day. My co-worker says the pull-ups count, so I’m going with it, logging each one at a little under my actual weight.
My kids managed to break my illness-free record, and I spent a couple days with a fever and even longer with sinus congestion and an ever-lingering cough. I did finish a digital painting though (two actually, but only one is publicly posted):
It’s nice to see my improvement over the years. Admittedly, I got a bit lazy with the hair, but that just leaves something else for me to work on.
I’m still playing catch up with everything else in my life. I’ve revised 8 chapters to reflect the major rearrange in Isto, and I’ve got a few more to go. Then it’ll be going through the entire book one more time. It’s been a long process, longer than I anticipated, but it’ll be better for the book in the end.
Have you ever had something take longer than you’d hoped? Did you keep working on it? How do you work fitness into your everyday life?