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Christmass. I'm with the grunch on this, except for the sappy ending.

Monday, December 26, 2016

Family visits. Glarrrrgh.

It means there's no space and privacy to do my workout videos, meals are far too long and the company is, frankly, too frustrating, given that my main male relatives make little bones about the fact that I'm the lowest creature a hierarchy which officially doesn't exist, harhar. Good intentions for the coming year: christmass with friends. Or strangers, which, as I have learned, can be even better.

Well, kudos to me, I handle the stress be either burying myself in work or learning languages or by getting outside to walk or cycle. Much much better than scoffing down all the christmass cookies in one go. So yay me.

The caloric effects of walking are disgustingly low, though. Not even a hundred calories per hour! For the love off ...! 80 minutes of walking don't even make up for three cookies!

Thank goodness for living in a bicycle friendly area.
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  • PROVERBS31JULIA
    And then there are those who like studying the Bible and are surprised to find out that Jesus did not observe Christmas... so I happily Grinch on... Bah Humbug!

    Julia

    156 days ago
  • TERRI101959
    I know this is an old post, but I had to comment too that I am always so relieved when the holidays are over. All I did was shop, cook, clean and repeat! I love my family but it gets to you.
    1123 days ago
  • SLIMMERJESSE
    I'm glad it's over. Not a holiday person because I don't like to do things on demand. I give to others during the year, I don't need a holiday to be told to be kind and giving. Have a wonderful day.
    1148 days ago
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