Nice weigh in, Liza. I didn’t track yesterday & had forgotten to charge my Fitbit but think it was ok. It was good to have a break after a month. I like your goals xo
It is ok with walking and seems to feel better as I walk with it. It seems worse after a period of sitting so movement seems like a good idea. It's still with me today but much less than yesterday.Sucks about the calf. Is it ok with normal walking?
That's pretty much exactly what I did LaMa. My calf felt fine during and today seems to be fine as well. Can still feel it but it's definitely improving.I'm sure you've slready made your decision but I'd say warm up thoroughly first (ideally including an incline and a decline) then try a very slow run. No speeding up until you've given your body a day to react to the experiment.
Thanks Cate. Not getting sick--this is just how my anxiety typically plays out. Trouble eating (esp veggies-- seems way too hard to digest), trouble sleeping, exhaustion...I haven't had this high a level of anxiety in a while and it seems to be continuing on...I hope you're not sickening for something, Liza. Please take care & be gentle with yourself. Walking sounds like a good idea
yes all finished! I was hoping it would be a longer term project for the rest of summer but as it happened I just kind of threw myself into it for a week and got it all done. I LOVE how it looks. It adds a circular flow to an area that was looking too rectangular before. Now it's flowing curvy paths through the space. It should get even better too as it fills itself in with the plants I've added to the re-done areas. I'm letting a lot of red clover and comfrey fill in spaces, combined with flowers that tend to thrive easily like calendula and snapdragons and some others that I don't know the names of but are around the yard everywhere already and thriving well. I want drought/heat tolerant plants to suit the summers here.Have you finished with your new garden project?