tried clustering same-context #GTD routines into #pomodoros. Unsure of effectiveness, not noticeably less efficient. Will try it for a few days to see if I notice any changes, or if anything seems to get dropped on the floor more (or less) than before. One thing I did notice was how fast 25 minutes went by, despite feeling like I was working smoothly and quickly.
#NPSF double PR Wednesday, again w/o music 5:30 36:21s 6:30 34:04s (2+ min slower than last month)
First complete double PR Wednesday since May.
Barely made it to the #earlygang PR Wednesday start. Felt sluggish. I did do a ~45 min track workout yesterday, first time in many months, so maybe I was still tired from that? And last Saturday I did 14 miles (and ~2200' vert) of trails at SFRC.
Skipped the in-betweeners abs workout, drank a bunch of water and downed a clif blok.
Solid quick start to the normal PR Wednesday. Sped up considerably from earlygang to finish over 2 minutes faster, but still just over 2 minutes slower than last month.
My second PR Wednesday running without earphones/music to keep working on focusing and self-motivating without it. I still found my mind drifting from topic to topic at times, and sometimes I’d even hear music playback in my head that I had recently listened to. Definitely have more mental work to do.
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I saw the most beautiful sunrise over San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge that I’ve ever seen from Hawk Hill.
Thanks to Laura for choosing today’s hills and taking all the photos. Ever the @Nov_Project_SF SF photographer, I snuck a backlit shot of her while she checked her DSLR.
30 minutes went by so quickly. The sun rose. Laura captured us in our post-trail-running excitement.
After we returned from running hills in the Marin Headlands we grabbed an early breakfast at Haight Street Market around 08:00.
It was cold out, the breeze crisper than usual.
Something about the angle of the morning sun this time of the year reminded me of the lox bagels I used to get many years ago. I ordered one from memory. Almond latte in my metal water bottle, from this year’s routine.
It was quieter, more muted in the market. After ordering I found out we lost Gus, co-owner of Haight Street Market, AKA Gus’s Community Market.
Market workers I’ve known for years were visibly shaken. All I could offer were a few words and hugs. I knew him as an acquaintance for so many years. Gus will be missed. My thoughts are with his family and employees.