Today may be a 2-W day. Those who have indulged my previous tour natterings knows that I shoot for two things every day on tour: writing and working out. I wrote 1,500 words this morning and my very kind media escort has said I can have a few hours off this afternoon, which means time to work out and shower before tonight’s event.
The 2-W thing, based on just the first three days of this tour, is clearly going to be a harder goal to hit this time. In some ways, that’s a good thing, because it means the schedule is packed. Yesterday, I honestly thought I could squeeze yoga into the 90 minutes I had between returning home from one event and leaving for the airport. But I also had to finish packing and do some vital things around the house. And cram some sustenance in my mouth. Then it turned out I had a wonderful opportunity to write something for a UK newspaper, but I had to turn it around quickly. So yesterday was, in fact, a 0-W day, because the only writing I count toward my daily total is novel-writing.
Anyway, 1-W down, along with an interview. Not too shabby.
ETA: I’m counting ice skating as the second W. There’s a rink in the Boston Commons.