I’m trying to update this blog at least once a day. It hasn’t even been a week and it’s already pretty difficult. I can’t think of anything witty or interesting to write. Sometimes I come up with an idea during the day and jot down the idea on a piece of paper, but when it comes time to write, I can’t find the right words. To make matters worse, I’m usually studying all day and then trying to update at night when I’m already tired. Today I went for a swim at the gym after studying at Starbucks all day so I’m extra tired. It was a good swim though, my second time this week.
Swimmers have BY FAR the hottest bodies. I’m trying to get a swimmer’s body (pun sort of intended) so that guys will ogle me (the way that I ogle them). I wonder if swimmers do other exercises besides swimming to achieve their perfect figures. I’m not in bad shape, especially having lost 20 pounds that I had gained in my last two years of college (those were some good times), but I could still stand to lose more. Especially in the belly and upper leg regions. I figure swimming is a great way to work out lots of different parts of the body, and it’s not as boring or as hard on your knees as running on a treadmill.
I’ve always liked swimming. When I was still a toddler, I watched my brother swimming in a pool and got so excited that I jumped in too. My dad freaked out and jumped in after me, though I was doing fine on my own! I guess my love of swimming stuck. Strange as it sounds, the smell of chlorine in swimming pools is always very comforting to me. Meanwhile, I don’t really like swimming in the ocean. It’s so dirty and salty, and the beach is full of sand that gets everywhere! I like the beach view, but I’m not a fan of walking on the beach.