It's been a while since I wrote a Fitness Friday update. As with most things, when I'm not checking in, it means things aren't going well. I haven't been checking in with my scale either. I can tell from the way my clothes fit that I've gained weight and I don't really need to get on the scale to tell me that. Ironically, I maintain my weight much better when I do step on the scale daily. Stepping off, for any period of time, is (for me) a sure path to weight gain. So there you go, five more pounds.
In terms of fiscal fitness, well... We're okay. Two car wrecks in two months (thank goodness for comprehensive insurance, but there's still the deductibles to pay), plus J's transmission going out (and the bills we paid en route to discovering that was the final problem), plus the rental we needed (and loved) for a week equals a lot of love for our credit card. It tough to balance using up the emergency fund with the tantalizing
"short-term loan" of a credit card. We split the difference, but still have a higher balance than we did a month ago. So much for paying that off by the end of the year!
So there's our not so rosy fitness check. See why I've been avoiding thinking about it? As with physical fitness, not paying attention to our fiscal fitness almost always seems to worsen our situation. There's probably a lesson there.