These people are hardcore:
They do advocate working less and voluntary joblessness though. I could get used to that.
Green Fact: Did you know that if every home in the US replaced just one light bulb, we’d save enough energy to light more than 2.5 million homes for a year and prevent greenhouse gases equivalent to the emissions of nearly 800,000 cars. Maybe you’ve heard this stat before but you’re also saving yourself money b/c they last 10x longer and you save over $30 for each bulb in energy costs. If that didn’t sell you, they’re also supposed to give off warmer tones.
I hate gym memberships. Why pay for something you don’t even really want to do but should? I’ve been contemplating this membership thing since I started my job 3.5 months ago and still haven’t figured it out. I think gym salesmen are dirrty bastards.
So my current situation involves deciding between 24hr fitness or Gold’s gym. The 24hr in downtown is kinda sad, it’s a ghost town. The good thing is the sales guy was surprisingly laid back, a big guy who was dropping weight at the gym and learning Spanish (I noticed a book on his desk). The 24hr in DT isn’t as nice as the Gold’s- no swimming pool & less amenities. On the other hand, Gold’s has a lot of USC folks which ruins the vibe. They do have a pool and provide towels. The Gold’s salesmen are also the epitome of ‘DIRTY’. I’m stuck…I guess I’ll just go on price. Any suggestions? Better yet, anyone got any good deals?
I hate gym memberships.
(Oh yeah, who wants to do the Whole Foods 5K/10K run on May 6th? Two weeks to train.)