This holiday season I'm taking a whopping 3 weeks off of work, mainly to get a bunch of stuff done around the house and hang out with my family. The only problem with taking this much time off is that I won't need to commute, which means I won't need to ride my bike. I hadn't really put it together before but besides money, my job provides me with the luxury of having no choice but to ride twice a day. There is no will power struggle, no bad weather excuses, just eat breakfast, play with my little girl and hop on the bike.
Now, I'll have a choice to ride with no real need to ride. My will power being what it is, this could pose a potential problem. Of course I love to ride, and would love to ride every day, but left to my own devices, would I? I have decided to run at least one errand every week day on my bike. This should help me keep things in perspective and curb the holiday fattening to some degree.
On a completely unrelated topic, this comes via AHTBM.
Letting children know that they can't be trusted with even the most basic of human interactions is a disturbing and dangerous trend that if goes unchecked may eventually lead to rampant douchebaggery and someone like this running the country...
I've got a big ole' CSH with her name on it.