Sunday, May 09, 2010


Yeah, you read that right. I'm on a new kick: I'm going to start breaking a sweat. Daily.

I don't break a sweat very often any more. I don't belong to a gym, and even though I exercise every day by walking or biking, I can't tell you the last time I had sweat running down my face from a good run, stair climb, or jump rope sesh.

That's just plain lame.

Enter Project Break-A-Sweat: somehow, some way, every day.

I'll let you know how that goes.

For now, I'm going to lie here in bed and wait for breakfast to be served. Mick just returned from some sort of clandestine mission that I think involved buying breakfast groceries.

Can't wait to find out what I'll have to sweat out of my system today.

Happy Mother's Day!

How often do YOU break a sweat? Wanna join me?


anjie said...

I had to sweat out two sugar cookies (from D & A), a latte, and a fruit smoothie. Took it to the stadium down the street and nearly puked after 8 minutes of stairs. Feels good to have done it, though.


Jessica said...

Eight minutes of stairs?! That's serious! Any day we break a sweat is a good day. My current fave is swimming. Today was a family hike up the hill near our house.

Anonymous said...

I don't sweat anymore, Anjie. I'll let you take care of it for me.
Love you,

anjie said...

Ah! Mimi! What a treat to get a response from YOU. I'll be sure to keep my plans with you sweat-free when you're here in June.

Thanks for reading. And Happy Mother's Day to a wonderful grandmother-in-law.

Love, Anjie

Jennie Englund said...

YOGA, Girlfriend!--especially the Bikhram kind!

Happiest Mother's Day!

Anonymous said...

Sweat, what's that? Is that sweat or sweet? I do try not to do too much 'sweet-ing', what with diabetes. But the sweating, can't remember the last time that happened.
I'm impressed, Anjie. Go for it with gusto.

Jennifer Margulis said...

Mick can help you break a sweat with some horizontal playtime (smile).