Estonia: A very lovely groundhog day
The days here are nicely monotonous – we wake up, go for a walk, sit in a cafe with wifi while Oliver sleeps, go to a playground/bowling/swimming, go home around 4, go for a run and/or massage while mom looks after the kids, have dinner, put kids to bed by 9, watch the olympics until 11:30, go to bed, wake up and repeat all of the above.
I have laid off the pastries and the lovely bread here though – sugar/yeast/gluten makes me so bloated and makes running much less enjoyable than it is on a diet free from these foods.
I am so glad that I have running in my life – it keeps me healthy and always in check of what I put into my body.
I’ll write about it more once I’m back in London, there’s a limit to my patience when it comes to typing on the ipad :)