Today I begin a new adventure! Actually it’s two adventures!
Today is the start of the last year of my 20′s! Happy birthday to meeeeeee!
It’s also my first full day in my new home – Tucson, AZ! Woohoo!
(I just accepted a new job at BASF and had to move for it)
While I’m very excited about everything, I’m not gonna lie – it makes for quite the melting pot of emotions.
On one hand, I’m sad to leave new York city because I had a fantastic time living there. It was an experience unlike any other.
In the 9 months I was there, I….
…..made some good friends and was reunited with others.
…..got lessons from VERY unexpected places (read about my encounter with a drunk here).
…..ate tons of amazing food (some of it good for me and some of it not).
…..AND I survived mass transit and a 3-4 hour daily commute. BOOM!
On the other hand, I have many exciting things waiting for me here in Arizona.
…being in the same time zone (and eventually state) as my man
….getting to live on the West Coast
….a cool new job
….gorgeous weather (well for most of the year)
….tons of hiking!
….significantly lower cost of living (my new place is 3x the size of my NYC studio and half the rent!! ah!!!)
As you can see, there will be lots of things to miss but so much to look forward to, so it’s hard to decide on a single emotion
No matter how I’m feeling though, I think it’s probably a good idea to get a workout in today.
Now y’all probably know by now how I feel about working out, but I’m starting to notice that a good workout really helps me process my shit and any emotions I’ve tried to stuff away recently.
More on that in the future….
Anyway, since all my workout equipment is on a truck somewhere between here and New York AND I don’t have a gym membership yet, I am gonna have to kick my own ass some other way.
Enter this Coast to Coast workout I designed just for today.
I feel the title represents both the spirit of the celebrations today AND the workout itself. Don’t ya think??
Of course I’d never want to deprive you of a good butt-kicking, which makes sharing it here the right thing to do.
So here’s to a crazy 29 years and the new adventures (and sore muscles) this day brings!
P.S. I couldn’t be more grateful to celebrate this day with you all. Thanks for being a part of it!