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"Thank you, oven mitts, for keeping my hands from getting burned as I baked cookies for my friends. I hope you make someone else very happy." Thanking items before discarding them allows you to think about how items have more than their face value. So I'd like to use this post to thank my old gym shoes. According to my Fitbit, which I've worn daily since November 2013, I've walked nearly 3,000 miles over the past three years.
And these gym shoes have literally supported me every step of the way (except for those somewhat painful mid-workday walks with coworkers when I'm wearing flats).
There are many new options—apps, niche sites, etc., and the beauty in discovering all those new choices is that I also have the choice to stay on or get myself off when the inevitable burnout is reached. After only a week I’d gone on two dates and had two more scheduled.
One of those dates was of the boondoggle variety you’ve come to expect. The other was a good date—but he was only in the city for a short visit and returned to the UK a few days after we met.
Seriously, I haven’t seen anyone worthy of the walk from the nail salon to my apartment in flip flops. Now, before you get all judge-y of my judge-iness, I have a disclaimer.
And now, as we speak, I'm breaking in some exciting new shoes just waiting to travel the world (or at least the inside of a workout room).
But all of a sudden, I'm feeling nostalgic for my old guys.