For November, the season of eating, I want to talk about the Peleton bike.
I’m one of those people who works out in spurts. I am super good at doing it and diligently work out for a reasonable period of time.
The something happens: illness, weeks of late hours at work, life.
My workouts end quicker than you can blink and I’m back into this awful cycle of eating bad foods and pretending I’m in shape.
A pair of pants don’t fit me. And I’m off to work out.
The cycle starts all over.
I think we all saw the ad for Peloton bikes on Facebook a few years ago.
I totally fell in love.
One of my favorite workouts is spin.
During the period of me going to spin class every other day for about 3 months, I was in fantastic shape.
I mean, I was the leanest I’ve been since we got married. (And at that point I was going to Zumba 3-4 times a week.)
So to be able to spin at home would be amazing.
And then I saw the price tag on this bike.
I discounted it.
But then my friend told me she bought it and now I want one.
Spin class at home on demand? Yes please!
But it’s a lot of money.
Do any of you have a Peloton? What do you think of it?
In January, I had some girl talk about getting pregnant.
In February, I shared some random thoughts running through my mind.
In March, I shared how I hate working out.
In April, I asked about car washes.
In May, I asked how you feel about thank you notes.
In June, I asked all of you about vacuum cleaners.
In July, I asked you guys about mom stuff.
In August, I talked about my dream vacation.
In September, I asked how you guys disconnect from your phones.
In October, I talked about getting ready for Christmas.