5AC is BAC

K. I know that’s another use of a terrible acronym by a millennial. Or another shortened word (see ‘bae’ instead of ‘babe’ in my about section). But I woke up this morning at 450AM, hit the snooze button, and then rose at 455AM. I walked to the living room hearing the reassuring sound of the coffee maker, my Cuisinart Burr Mill, perculating away, pre-programmed the night before. I texted my accountability partner Good Morning, less to say hi and more to check if he was still ‘in’. And a quick devotion later, and a cup of coffee, I was on my Peugeot bicycle over to Anytime fitness.

It was a good workout.

8 exercises: overhead dumbbell press, dumbbell curl, front and lateral dumbbell raise, rope push down, pull up, flat barbell bench press and incline machine press. 5 minute bike there, and 5 minutes back. And to round out the 5AM club (which I joined about six months ago, in my second-ever blog post), here I am blogging.

I know it’s suppose to be 20/20/20 (minutes of each: writing, working out and reading). The ratios may be off but I’m checking off each box.

Speaking of, my HabitShare is back. In fact, I’ve made a new habit on the app which is just me going into the app to update all the other habits. I know I know, that’s the stereotypical millennial in me getting yet another participation award.

Now I’m set for the day. It’s such a keystone habit, it’s nice to have this peace and quiet first thing.

And it’s going to be a good day. Earlier I mentioned I’m inheriting a 1961 Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite, and today we are going to retrieve it. That was in a post about a trailer and the work I needed to do on it, and speaking of which I have a bit more to do before we take it out on Friday for it’s sixth camping session of the year. It’s currently sitting on a couple jack stands in my driveway.

And tonight, First Wednesday at Church.

Don’t forget – I’m on pat leave, so I’ll be sure to carve out some time for the boy. But I’ll let him sleep in first 😀

Image courtesy of CookStore. This is the coffee maker I reference above

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