My goal for the year was to complete 365 miles in 365 days.
It seemed like an easy enough goal. I mean, it’s only 1 mile per day! I knew I wouldn’t go out jogging/walking every day, but I assumed everytime I went out I’d do a little over a mile. And all those ‘littles’ would add up!
And you know what the problem is (here comes the excuses): I need more data on my cell phone plan!
Last month I got text from T Mobile telling me that I had gone over on my plan. I panicked since we’ve all hear the horror story of people getting a $300 cell phone bill. Thankfully, T Mobile gives you a small amount of ‘back up data’, and my usage month was starting over the next day. Whew!
My husband discovered the data hog was my runKeeper app. I guess all that GPS really sucks up your data. So I deleted it immediately.
I was really bummed. That app was cool. It told me how long I was jogging/walking and how fast (or SLOW) I was going. And there was a mini hall of records, so I knew when I was going the fasted or the furthest of all time!
And there goes my record of how many miles I’ve gone. And I haven’t gone jogging since!
Isn’t that pathetic??!