The end of the challenge is near! I will have to take a week of or two after this one because I’ll be studying non-stop for my essays and final exams.
I will still be active on Twitter tho so don’t worry. Dozens of you have already joined me on there and it is nice to get to know you all a bit more.
If I could, I would have never stopped running
I don’t know what happened really. At some point, I was running 4 to 5 times a week, 45 mins to 1 hour. I think it was a mix of moving out of my parents’ place and living in the heart of London.
I used to go running very early in the morning 6 am or late at night (9 to 10 pm). I don’t feel comfortable doing it here in London because it is always busy, I can’t run along the river and the parks are too far.
I go to the gym now. And even if it is exercise, it doesn’t give me the same feeling, the same satisfaction as when I was running.
So if you’re looking for a running buddy in Central London, hit me up.
If I could, I would save up more money
All the money I saved working last year, went to paying my master this year. With the cost of life in London at the moment, and a part-time job, I haven’t been saving at all. 10 pounds here and there.
If I could, I would adopt a dog (or a cat)
Whilst I wish I could adopt every animal on this goddamn planet, the money, space, the time are all things I don’t have. And my landlord would 100% kick me out.
If I could, I would:
- do more for the people around me
- volunteer and make donations (instead of only giving money)
- watch every season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer in 24 hours
- Speak at least 8 languages
- Travel more
- Learn more about Law, Politics, and Institutions to stop animal testing everywhere
- Eat without getting fat
- Remember words for words, every song I’ve ever listened to
- Stop being so awkward in family gatherings
- Stick to my TO DO lists
What would you do?