*hack, cough, wheeeeeze* It took me a little while yesterday to realize this was more than just allergies. When you start hacking weird things up out of your lungs, though, that tends to be a good indication that you’ve moved on into the realm of a cold.
Yes, as predicted I am still able to find exercises on the wii fit that are fun and not too taxing when I’m sick. I just kept my exercise down to about 15 minutes total or so, and stuck with things from the balance games, yoga, and a couple of easy strength & aerobic bits.
I have three beading book reviews for you: Jean Campbell’s Getting Started Stringing Beads; Chris Franchetti Michaels’s Jewelry Making & Beading (from the ‘Teach Yourself Visually’ series); and Margie Deeb’s The Beader’s Guide to Color. Michaels’s book is top-notch, as is Deeb’s. I’d reserve Campbell’s for dabblers who don’t intend to go deep into the world of beading, or for beginners who get easily overwhelmed by detail. One more beading book review to go!
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Hope you feel better soon. Good for you, continuing exercise when you’re under the weather. If you can do it sick, it does sound like a compelling system.
Sorry to hear about your cough and I hope you’re feeling better. Mild exercise is good but do ensure not to over exert yourself, OK?
Scott: In about three weeks I’ve only missed a few days. And phew, do those exercises get tough as you unlock more of them!
Alice: Much better. My ears are finally starting to clear up. Don’t worry—I definitely keep it low-impact when I’m sick—and thank you for the concern! 🙂