How would you ideally spend your days if you no longer had to work?
i’d walk or bike every day, like to the grocery store to get fresh food for today’s and tomorrow’s meals. i’d also bike to appointments and restaurants and friends. i’d spend time writing every day. i’d garden, and watch the sun rise and set every day. i’d go to bed early, get a good night’s sleep and wake up at 5am to anxiously begin another glorious day.
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If there was a vision for the future it was yesterday. Biked 13 miles to Gold’s, completed an 80-minute workout, then biked home 13 miles. This four-hour commitment included two stops to get refueling snacks, using Apple pay since i only took my phone.
It will be cool to bike to Church in the future. And the grocery store. And the Doctor.
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