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Bedtime stories


It’s been a couple of weeks since I’ve written anything here. I’ve been home in Denmark for the last couple of weeks and I’ve been occupied spending time with my family and friends. I’ve postponed writing on the blog and I’ve not felt the anticipation about writing about my Fitbit stats that I normally feel. Maybe it’s because I’ve been wearing the Fitbit for a couple of months now and the newness is starting to wear off. This does not come as a surprise to me and even though I’m not checking the number of steps every day anymore, I will continue to wear it as I still find it nice to be able to check in with my activity levels on a regular basis. I will, however, not continue to post my Fitbit updates. I will instead allow myself to go along with the flow of my interests and write about the topics that interest me. So here it is, the last Fitbit update from me for now:

Fitbit update, week 8:

Monday: 5,538 steps
Tuesday: 4,275 steps
Wednesday: 17,208 steps
Thursday: 7,575 steps
Friday: 4,484 steps
Saturday: 3,196 steps
Sunday: 7,132 steps

Total number of steps: 49,408
Total distance walked: 35,29 km

Fitbit update, week 9:

Monday: 6,852 steps
Tuesday: 1,193 steps
Wednesday: 2,884 steps
Thursday: 1,452 steps
Friday: 4,294 steps
Saturday: 4,128 steps
Sunday: 17,503 steps

Total number of steps: 38,306
Total distance walked: 27,22 km

I’ve been listening a lot to audiobooks for the last couple of weeks. I have a subscription with a Danish website that gives me access to an unlimited number of audiobooks each month, which I really enjoy. I’m very into non-fiction books about psychology and relationships but I’m trying to get more into listening to fiction. I used to read a lot of fiction when I was a child and I’ve always loved the feeling of being swept away into an entirely different world. Right now I’m listening to “All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr, which takes place in pre-World War II France. I usually listen to it before going to sleep and it’s like having a bed time story read to me. I warmly recommend it.

Until next time: Take care.


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