Day 106: Walk About

  Today was a busy day at work. Mostly uneventful, but I enjoy being busy. It's so nice to have a job where when it's a Monday I'm actually looking forward to going to work and not dreading it. It helps relieve a lot of stress associated with work. 

  I came home and we decided we wanted to take a walk. His old roommates had some of our things that got mixed in with theirs. Nothing major, but there were some spices and tea, etc. They even found my Avenger's Half Marathon Mug that I couldn't find anywhere! That was exciting for me.

  Our walk about took us around 4 miles or so. I hit my 10k steps today! We walked to PetSmart and took a look at some puppy stuff. I snagged a thermometer to put on the outside of the fish tank to monitor temperature. We are testing to see what the temperature is like without the heater and whether or not it's too hot with it.

  Sadly, Arthur passed away shortly after getting him. We aren't really sure why, but again we are changing up the tank a bit. I bought a new tank decoration and this time I'm letting the set up water cycle for longer to prepare the tank for a new fish. I think we may try getting a female betta this time. It has been a while since I've had a female. 

  After Petsmart, we walked over to the roommate's new place. It's very nice. We sat down and chit chatted. We got our things and then decided to head on home. Currently there is a frittata in the oven. My boyfriend is going to have some earlier mornings coming up as he's helping prepare his store for inventory. It's going to be easier to have something to heat up in the microwave than worrying about trying to get everything cooked and ready in the morning.

  I'm excited to see how it turns out. We are also going to try reading more at bedtime to prepare for sleep and less watching TV. There are so many good things with both want to read. I am currently reading The Salt Fix by Dr. James DiNicolantonio. It's really fascinating. I check my books out digitally or in hard copy from my local library. I do own a Kindle, but I don't necessarily want to pay for everything. This is a great solution. In fact, with my local library, I can download the books onto my kindle if I want! 

  Listening to all the different women's stories on The Keto Woman podcast is just so fascinating. I feel that so many of these issues aren't talked about enough for women's health and want to commend both Daisy and the 2 Keto Dudes for putting together this incredible podcast. I can't wait to keep listening to hear and learn more.

  This keto kind of life suits me.