I love those montages because they skip out on all the hard stuff. You can sit comfortably in your bed or in your living room and watch it, and feel a sense of accomplishment with the runner or the ice skater, without having to go through any of the hard stuff. But let me tell you - being in the midst of a montage is a darn hard thing.
Today I walked to the track at the leisure centre and walked around it. And then I ran around half of it, and did that a few times. Then I walked home. I was so exhausted I could hardly achieve anything the rest of the day. I know I have a long way to go, and it seems I've tried this 'montage' many times and eventually just give up, but since I was able to achieve my 90 day challenge, perhaps I can do something amazing with this new one. Because since the focus is tea, I don't have to get real clever with my walk-of-the-day. It can be as boring as walking (or running) around a track. Because at least I'm trying something new!
So I came home to some good old Russian Tea. I don't know if you've ever tried this before, but it involves 'instant tea' (a strange American phenomenon, similar to instant coffee crystals); something else called 'Tang', which is a citrusy-instant-tea-orange-flavoured-drink; cinnamon; cloves; and sugar. It's pretty sugary, now that I realise it. I found a recipe online for it, which fascinated me as I didn't even know there WAS an actual recipe. I thought my mum was the only person who truly knows how to make proper Russian Tea (and I still maintain that she is).
Walk length: 1.25 hours