I think I mentioned that my coworker and I are going for a walk around the building during our so-called "lunch hour." I neither leave for lunch nor take an hour to do so, but whatever. Anyway, our building is huge. HUGE. It's like a Giant E, except that it has 7 arms instead of the three on a typical E. The top two floors also have a connecting corridor through the middle, so it's like a giant grid upstairs. We walk every corridor of the top two floors up and down and then return to the office. It takes us about 40 minutes. It's not a lot, but it's more than the nothing I was doing before. Unfortunately, I keep forgetting to bring different shoes for these walks, so I've been taking these rather brisk walks in my dress shoes, which are 1" heals, give or take. They're not high, but they're really not meant for long-distance walking.
So now I have BLISTERS on my feet from today's walk and I'm not enjoying it. I am, however, enjoying that I feel like I raised my heartrate up for a while and my calf muscles are burning, so maybe they worked a little bit extra because of the shoes.
Boy am I going to enjoy sleeping tonight! Of course, part of that is that I spent WAY too much time cleaning last night and only got about 3.5 hours of sleep. Argh.