Wednesday, February 1, 2012

I love it when my life gets busy.

I must say that there is a noticeable improvement in my general state of well-being now that I'm getting out more. 

I went to a new choir on Monday to try it out and I can safely say that I love it. Then, I decided to give my church choir one more chance before I finally quit it, but more on that later. Finally, I'm going to go for Solo classes again from tomorrow. So yes, that adds up to three days (about five hours) with singing, so I am a very happy camper. 

Also, I'll finally be able to discuss the musical with my singing instructor (who asked me to rewrite the whole thing) so hopefully I'll be able to start working on it soon. 

Also, because of the good feeling I got from rowing on Sunday, I got right back onto my healthy living kick, so I'm making a point of being more active, which is making me feel even better. Tonight I'm going to go rowing again, because I really don't want to lose momentum now. 

What about you? Anyone else starting to do more exercise? Start anything new recently that you're enjoying? 


7 comments:

E. Arroyo said...

I started using my treadmill again, and it felt great! =)

Wendy Ewurum said...

Wow you're really living up those resolutions. Marvelous. I started working last week and right now securing more business is taking my time but I'm happy.

Joanne said...

It sounds like you are so happy! good luck with your musical!
Blessings, Joanne

Mike Keyton said...

As you get older life gets busier. So much to do. So little time. Enjoy

Deniz Bevan said...

I definitely need to incorporate more exercise in my life. I wish I could sing (totally tone deaf), it must be so exciting to be in a choir!

Talli Roland said...

Sounds like it is doing you good! I really need to get out more. My goal for this year is to exercise regularly.

cleemckenzie said...

Rowing is the best. You work every muscle in your body. I think you even give your nose a workout with those oars!

As to exercise I'm addicted. Without it I'm no good at my desk and my brain refuses to give up words. Good for you. Keep at it.