Instead of torturing you while you slave away behind desks at work with more pictures of the sun, sand, water, beach and midday beers (all of which were lovely yesterday), I’ve got a guest post for you from Kat over at Living like the Kings instead. Don’t worry, me and my torturous ways will be back tomorrow. Kat is actually a coworker of mine who happens to be in the IT department at work. She has not only dealt with my horrendous track record with all things technology at work (I went through 5 computers in 2010 due to viruses. I wish I were kidding) but, she has been such a huge help with getting this little blog started from encouraging me to start the blog and designing my first header to trading behind the blog secrets since. So, I leave you with Kat and her adorable daughter, Peanut. Go check out her blog for cute pictures of her baby and that mysterious co-worker who called an ice cream truck a Ding Dong Cart. Yes, it happens to be her husband, also a coworker.
Many moons ago I would consider myself a work out junkie. I jogged 5 days a week, took a Body pump class 3 days a week, and spent my “free” time hiking, roller blading and going for leisurely strolls.
Then I had a baby.
On top of my 40+ hour work week, taking care of my 6 month old, blogging, and being a wife, I found that adding in a decent work out was pretty much impossible.
I tried to run a couple of miles here and there, but the older the baby got, the less time it seemed I had. Our days were packed to the brim.
So I had to get creative.
Extra points if you are walking in a squat position.
The dog is not necessary, although he does make a decent trainer.
These are super easy to do, even when you’re still in bed.
I’m still trying to find a balance in life, but this is a start.
How do you find time to work out with a busy schedule?