… and hazy weather don’t go well together. Being constantly breathing heavily throughout the session, one would require as much clean air as possible. But with the ongoing haze situation now in Malaysia (and other countries), I guess nothing much can be done but to go on with the game.
Speaking of futsal, I seriously undermined the intensity of the game. Playing for the first time for one hour has left me breathless… literally. I was panting within 10 mins into the game and my heart was beating furiously. I always thought that playing 2 sets of badminton back to back was exhausting but this one definitely takes the cake. The game was intense and the tempo was fast. That said, I reckon that the intensity and tempo of the game will multiply by few folds if there are better players in it.
Thankfully, the shoes were comfortable and the grip and support were amazing! I didn’t face any issues with the shoes while breaking in… during the game.
Each working day when I wake up in the morning, due to tiredness and difficulty to get out of the bed, I would tell myself to sleep early at night, latest by 11PM. And here I am, writing this post at 1145PM…
I have been feeling tired lately and I am not sure why. Lack of sleep, maybe or something else. Each weekday morning when I wake up, I would tell myself to take a day off some time soon, next week or week after next, to rest my body. I would spend the free day doing nothing but laze around and perhaps catch up with my sleep. But after all those thoughts of resting and doing nothing, I would tend to forget about it and I will repeat the same old process all over again on the next day. Perhaps part of me thinks that taking a day off would be such a waste considering that I would do nothing at all. Such a waste because I have been accumulating my annual leaves for something. Such a waste because the day will pass by effortlessly. Or perhaps I am accumulating them sufficient enough to not work for the rest of December… or most of the month.