miles for charity

In honor of the100th episode of Supernatural Misha has worked on (He’s worked on 100, only acted in 99 though) - I decided to share with you guys, 100 reasons that I love @mishacollins as a sort of tribute/celebration to him. He’s done so much to change my life and I just wanted to put my love for him out into the universe. I also made this into a twitter thread which can be found HERE.

1.) He gives me strength to get up and get through my day whether he knows it or not.
2.) He cares about his fans & constantly strives to show just how much.
3.) He cares about minorities that the struggles we face daily.
4.) He cares about the LGBTQ+ community & has gone to far length to prove just how much.
5.) He cares about mental health & the issues that affect those of us who suffer because of our MH issues.
6.) He cares about disadvantaged youths and wants to give them an equal playing field (Free high school, etc)
7.) He cares about disadvantaged groups in general & proves it daily through his work with Random Acts.
8.) He cares about lonely Senior citizens & tried to brighten an otherwise lonely day for them (Valentines Day).
9.) He funded Random Acts - a registered 501©(3) charity on his own because he’s the change he wants to see.
10.) He constantly runs charity events throughout RA & gets his fans excited to donate & put good out into the world.
11.) He runs GISHWHES - the biggest scavenger hunt in the world and most of proceeds from that go to charity too.
12.) His scavenger hunt often encourages others to commit random acts of charity towards strangers.
13.) He cares about the state of our country and how the political turmoil affects the everyday citizen.
14.) He is extremely invested in politics and is not afraid to speak his voice on things that offend him.
15.) He fights for the people. Not just his people, or my people - but all people.
16.) When he makes mistakes, he owns up to them and apologizes even when he doesn’t have to.
17.) He is active on social media and gives us (his fans) peeks into his daily life, which he knows we always want more of.
18.) He is a general friendly person who goes out of his way to be an angel to everyone he meets.
19.) The money from his Castiel photo ops at conventions goes to charity.
20.) Growing up, he experienced the struggle of poverty & goes out of his way to level the playing field for others in that situation.
21.) He’s EXTREMELY humble about his accomplishments and doesn’t brag about his good deeds.
22.) To date, he’s still shocked and made to blush when fans express how he has changed their lives.
23.) He wears safety pins when he can, to let people know he is an ally and will protect people who need protection.
24.) He’s a published poet and has a way with words that speaks to millions.
25.) He is EXTREMELY intelligent and uses his ideas and intelligence for nothing but GOOD.
26.) He is an amazingly talented actor & with that talent has become one of the most loved characters on Supernatural.
27.) He plays himself on Supernatural (an angel)
28.) He engages his fans, even going as far as answering questions other actors refuse to.
29.) He’s selflessly shared extremely personal stories of his struggle at conventions in front of large crowds.
30.) He supports intersectional feminism.
31.) He supports nasty women and acknowledges the world needs us and has talked publicly about it
32.) Even though shippers are historically snubbed in the SPN fandom, he gives us a voice.
33.) He’s gone as far as to physically “Ship” Destiel and that warms the cockles of my heart.
34.) He married his high school sweetheart.
35.) His relationship with his wife is absolutely beautiful and a goal for anyone with a significant other.
36.) The love he has for his wife is visible whenever he talks about her, he softens up and smiles.
37.) He supports his wife’s business endeavors no matter what they may be & defends her accomplishments.
38.) He & Vicki renewed their vows dressed in drag at an Albertsons and that in itself is amazing.
39.) He takes the time to maintain his beautiful marriage & goes on spiritual retreats with his wife.
40.) His family in itself is pure and goals for anyone with a family.
41.) He’s a busy man but still takes time to be a great father to his kids and it shows.
42.) He gives us access to his time with his kids sometimes and it never fails to put a smile on my face.
43.) He brings his kids to conventions sometimes and it’s adorable - there’s NOBODY who doesn’t love it when he does that.
44.) There are tons of instances where he has been seen comforting distressed fans on his own free will.
45.) He encourages fans to say hi to him if we see him out and about.
46.) He takes fans out to do fun things during his meet n greets, something which no other actor does.
47.) He has publicly stated he appreciates fanworks whether it be art, fanfic, crafts etc.
48.) He built his own house, proving he loves to see the fruits of his effort.
49.) He built most of the furniture in his house further proving he’s a hard worker.
50.) He interned at the White House during the Clinton administration
51.) He made the engagement ring he proposed to Vicki with.
52.) He invited fans to join him during his bike ride for E4K this year.
53.) He teaches his kids about healthy eating while teaching them HOW to cook.
54.) He ran over 50 miles for charity & anyone who’s ever even ran 1 mile knows how brutal that must have been.
55.) In 2011, he was named TV’s “Best Non-Human” by TV Guide which proves he’s actually an angel.
56.) His smile is singlehandedly the most beautifully infectious smile I have ever laid eyes upon.
57.) He looks good in literally anything.
58.) When I’m feeling crappy about life, I just look at pictures of him and I instantly feel better.
59.) His charity is in partnership with a crisis support group that has helped thousands of people like me during hard times.
60.) He’s not afraid to be emotional publicly and has even publicly cried before over issues that matter to him.
61.) His hard work and dedication inspire me to want to reach MY own goals.
62.) Seeing everything he’s accomplished makes me not want to give up.
63.) His sense of humor is brilliant and truly funny.
64.) He’s not afraid to make himself the butt of a joke and that kind of humor is extremely attractive.
65.) His humility (that I touched on earlier) transcends into everything he does whether it be his job, family or charity.
66.) He directly helps his fans - ex of which can be helping w/homework, sending them autograph replacements etc.
67.) He has posted his phone number publicly with the sole purpose to have conversations with fans.
68.) He truly regrets working on a movie about sexual assault & openly discourages people from watching it so we don’t get triggered.
69.) He steps out of his comfort zone sometimes to face issues in the fandom that no other actor wants to.
70.) He takes the time away from his family to come to conventions for his fans even when he’s extremely tired.
71.) His smile lights up any room.
72.) He very clearly says “fuck you” to gender norms & constantly does things like paint his nails.
73.) He encourages people to vote, even if it’s not for his candidate.
74.) He acknowledges the importance of white people being allies to minorities.
75.) He is extremely humble about his incredible good looks.
76.) He takes the winning gishwhes team on a vacation with him every year.
77.) He has been known to talk about very personal issues that resonate with fans during his meet n greets.
78.) He is nice to literally everyone (I’m serious, even to the people he dislikes: note, trump)
79.) This is kind of unrelated toa lot of the other reasons but he’s THICC HAVE YOU SEEN HIS THIGHS? wow.
80.) He’s an anchor for a lot of people who constantly struggle with depression (such as myself) and he guides us back to a good state of mind.
81.) He’s interested in the environment and he proved that during E4K this yr by bringing a geologist to talk to us about the terrain.
82.) His interactive gishwhes competitions inspire people to think outside the box.
83.) He’s simply beautiful like have you SEEN a picture of him?
84.) Everything he does is to better this world and community.
85.) He is the purest person I have ever come across in my life and I’ve come across quite a few people.
86.) His smiles are always genuine, you can tell by the way his eyes crinkle.
87.) He has struggled so much in his life and even then, came out successful. He is GOALS for all of us.
88.) He understands the reality behind a lot of these online “challenges” such as the ALS challenge & truly cares about the causes.
89.) He is extremely work oriented and has been known to stay on set way beyond what he was supposed to to film & perfect his scenes.
90.) His voice is pretty much the single most incredibly beautiful thing I have ever been graced with the opportunity to hear.
91.) He cares about orphans, refugees & homelessness.
92.) I truly believe that he loves each and every single one of his fans.
93.) He’s an imaginative goofball & that shows through with the items he has for gishwhes every year.
94.) He was the best thing to ever happen to me.
95.) This man is the epitome is what one should strive to be when it comes to their attitude, life & personality
96.) Whenever there’s a tragedy in a foreign country, he tries to tweet his support in their native language.
97.) He continually shows he cares about the fans that go through struggles and need support.
98.) When I first found out about his past, I promised myself I’d stop self injuring & make something out of my life. I am now clean of self injury and have been for a while.
99.) He unknowingly helped save me from one of the worst depressive periods of my 26 yr old life where everything seemed bleak & hopeless.
100.) His love for life saved MY life when I was hellbent on ending it last year and I will be eternally grateful to him for that.

So yeah, if you ever want to even begin to question my love for Misha Collins- don’t. I will love him fiercely until my dying breath.

Congrats on the milestone, Misha. We love you.

scorrigan replied to your post “May I ask if you’ve tried The Walk? Same creators as Zombies Run,…”

The walk doesnt have to interrupt your walk; you can pick up all the audio quotes at the end of the day.

eruvadhril replied to your post “I literally mean that the acting does not play during the walk itself….”

It tracks the amount of time (not number of steps) you spend walking, and it unlocks the next bit of the story after a certain number of minutes is reached. Each episode has around eight three-to-five-minute sound clips, and take around eighty minutes to unlock fully.

Ahh, okay, so it’s a reward. I think probably I’m still not going to get into it – I already run Charity Miles and Pokemon Go when I run, and I think that’s enough for now. 

justalurkr replied to your post “Hey is that Pride study real? Seems like data mining! It wanted me…”

Well, it IS a health study, and longitudinal at that. The initial survey is the tip of the iceberg with respect to how extensively they’ll be getting all up in the participants’ business. I barely qualify (straight-passing ace) but I want to participate because that has effed with my life even before I knew.

Yeah, that’s why I wasn’t super surprised about the amount of identifying information they asked for, but on the other hand that really should go in a separate database – your identifying information shouldn’t be stored next to your health info in the same place. Ideally they should set up an identifying-information database that takes your contact info and such and assigns you a unique identifier, which you then use to take the survey in a totally different server. At least that way if one gets hacked they only get so much data – they get your health info OR your contact info but not both. 

*Has a website


1. *Google Drive: You have to also download the subapps(?) like docs and slides but it’s so convenient when you have to take notes and it saves automatically to the cloud, plus you can set documents to be available offline.

2. *Quizlet: You can create your own sets of flashcards or look at the thousands(?) of other sets. Life saver for AP classes. 

3. *Khan Academy: Lessons on all sorts of subjects on most levels (Math, Science, Art, History, SAT, College Prep, Economics/Finance) 

4. *Duolingo: Lots of language learning (Memrise is another one but I’m personally not a fan)

5. *Google Keep: List maker (you can even add task boxes)

6. *Google Calendar: A calendar that syncs with all devices. Nuff said

7. *Todoist: To do list. You can color code too.


8. Walkr: sPACE. If that doesn’t do it for you, by walking around you get energy and you can use that energy to boost productions to get more coins so you can explore new planets. Also, sPACE. 

9. Clue: Period tracker app that’s not pink and there’s a touch id function. 

10. Cardiio: There’s a 7-minute workout function, checks your heart rate and tracks averages from up to 30 days.

11. Plant Nanny: Water Tracker where the amount you drink waters the plant and it grows. There are achievements so if you’re anything like me you’ll want to complete them all. There are different backgrounds and pots too. 

12. Runkeeper: Exercise tracker. You can input your goal. You can either log your own runs or you can let it track for you.

13. Charity Miles: Sort of an exercise tracker but you earn money for a charity that you choose from the list. There are also teams you can join (they have Pokemon Go teams)

14. Sleep Cycle: Tracks when you fall asleep, when you wake up, average sleep time, and your sleep quality. 

15. Pokemon Go: You have to go outside to actually catch Pokemon (unless you’re lucky and live in the not-suburbs where Pokemon actually appear) and you have to walk to hatch eggs because it can detect when you’re in a car.


New Video! Got so many requests for a new whats on my phone vlog and wanted to share some of my favorite apps with you guys! ♥♥♥

If you play Pokémon Go:

There’s an app called Charity Miles which allows you to raise money towards a charity of your choice just by walking, running, or biking. So for example, if you have an egg that needs 10 km to hatch, you can raise money for your charity at the same time! If you’re going to be walking anyway, it only takes a few more clicks to do some good while you’re at it.

Have a smart phone? DOWNLOAD THIS APP! 

The United Nations Foundations and Charity Miles have grouped together to create an app that will donate money to a charity of your choice for every mile you run, walk, or bike! 

Everyone! This is your chance to donate to a charity of your choice and get fit at the same time! Please, please, please! This is such a great opportunity! 

And, if you’re the competitive type, they are going to feature the person who raises the most money on their website and facebook page. Get running! Get walking! Get biking! Make a difference in a charity of your choice! 

If you do end up doing this, even just a bit, please post a text post saying whether you biked, walked, or ran and how much money was donated and to which charity. Tag it “SSOJ Charity Miles” and we’ll reblog it here. I sincerely hope this gets spread around. I am not able to participate but I hope that many other tumblrites can!


Hello loves!
Using Harry as an inspiration and to celebrate his birthday we created this project on twitter to spread love!
Ways you can be a part of the project:
Going to orphanages, giving food to homeless people and animals, donating money (or using apps like Charity Miles that convert the miles that you walked to charities or some games that do the same thing - links are going to be on our profile), free hugs… Really anything that you do to be nice, be good and help others would be amazing.
You can submmit pictures and videos of yourself doing these things to our DM on twitter (@benicetpeople and @benicetpeopleTR) throughout January and beginning of February. On Harrys birthday we will use the tag #BeNiceToPeople to divulge our work.
If you need advice, support or just someone to talk to curious cat us (@benicetpeople).
Please check this out, it would be amazing if you could help in any way. If you have any doubts please contact us on Twitter.
All the love always.

Hey everyone,

We’re all walking more because of Pokemon Go.
Theres an app called Charity Miles where it tracks your miles, and donates money to a charity of your choice based on how far you walk or bike.

Its quick and easy, and since we’re already walking, I thought this would be a good way for the Pokemon Go community to help out!

Please reblog and get the word out! 💙💚


I forgot to post yesterday (I took a rest day the day before) but I did go on a walk! My friend and I walked all over the mall, and then I did a dog walk later in the evening. I didn’t grab screenshots for Charity Miles, but it was just about 2.5 miles combined. Today I went to the store and got more hooks for my medal display. Now it has another row! Excuse the scrapes on the wall, they are leftover from when I moved my bed ages ago. The paint needs a touch-up pretty badly. 

Tomorrow morning is the Hot Chocolate run, so I’ll have another medal to add to the collection! Yay! I’m a bit nervous about the hills, but I feel like if I just keep reminding myself that I JUST did a half, so I can rock this 15k! 

Hold tight London…

I’m sat on a tuft of grass at the side of a Greenwich road. Even though it’s only 9.36am, the sun is starting to scorch the back of my neck. Around me a multi-coloured shuffle of running shoes scuffs the grey asphalt of south East London, like bulls ready to charge.

Fifty or sixty caged runners fix their gaze on a point in the distance. Some stare intently at the race clock, ticking slowly towards 10am. Others fixate on a big red banner that says ‘START’. Wondering how long it’ll be before they’ll see a big red banner that says 'FINISH’. 

Laces are checked. Checked again. Shirts are untucked and retucked. GPS watches bleep into life. Mobile phones buzz with messages of support. Clammy hands clutch unopened gels.

Hardly a word is exchanged. 

In Pen Number One of the London Marathon, things are different. Focused. Serious. Not a rhino costume in sight.

This is new territory for me and I’m feeling tense. 

I put my head in my hands and press hard on my eyes, trying to blacken out the hubbub around me.

I lock a pair of Monster iSport Victory headphones into my ears and pump New Order’s Blue Faith into the darkness, trying to force out the scatter-gun thoughts. I focus on one thing - the race plan. 

I turn it over in my mind. Seven at seven, fourteen at six-forty, six point two at seven. Seven at seven, fourteen at six-forty, six point two at seven. Rinse and repeat.

I visualise turning the final corner onto the Mall with the clock on 2:59, creating a mental image of success. 

Next time I look up, the big yellow clock ticks to 9:55am. With five minutes to go, the advice of my coach Giuseppe jostles its way front of mind.

“Get your heart rate up to a decent level before you start,” I hear him saying. “You don’t want to start cold.”

I spring to my feet, and in what little space I can find, I start jogging on the spot. Prancing like a Spanish show horse until my Garmin registers 100+ BPM.

Next I rip open a carb gel, the first of seven gloopy strawberry and vanilla energy hits I’ll sink today. The pre-race ritual continues as I fire up my run-tracking app, Endomondo, and get my back-up GPS locked.

Next it’s music.  I open my 3:15 minute long London Marathon Spotify playlist and think to myself, I hope I don’t need those last two tracks. 

At that point I realise a tide of texts, Tweets, Tumblr notes and emails of support have flooded my phone. The support is overwhelming. Inspiring. Moving. Each 140 collection of 140 characters pumps my chest a little more. Makes the heart beat a little quicker. 108 BPM, says Garmin.

One email in particular stands out. A message from an old friend I’ve not heard from for ages. Someone I never thought I’d hear from again.

“You are so skinny,” It says, referencing the new nine percent body fat frame I’ve chiselled out in training. “Happy birthday and good luck.”

It’s the finishing touch. The final motivational message.

This one means the world. There’s history here. It’s a message from the person who gave me Born to Run in 2010, the book that sparked my passion for running. The timing of it is uncanny. Knowing they’re on my team is huge. It feels like a circle being closed. Neatly. Fitting.  

I swallow a little lump that’s lodged in my throat and look at the clock. Fifty seconds to go.

I hit play on Spotify and the Farm’s Altogether Now soundtracks the final countdown and our collective shuffle to the red-rubber chip mats. My that biggest running challenge to date starts when my foot hits those mats.

One step and a bleep later and I’m off running, chasing the clock through the streets of South East London.

Marathon starts are always busy but London is more congested than most. There’s a propulsion in the first few miles that makes you feel like you and the swarm of runners around you have just been fired from a giant slingshot down the road. It’s hard not to take off like a shot.

But I’ve got a race plan. “7,6:40, 7” I mutter to myself. Three miles later I hit the 5km mark and realise I’m averaging 6:40 minute miles.

Then I make the mistake most marathon runners make. I do the checks. How do I feel? Good. How am I running? Is this pace ok? Yes. Brilliant, looks like I’m bossing this. Let’s kick on. The goal is sub-3 but I start to believe my training means I can go faster. The question is how greedy should I be?

It’s this kind of thinking that sees you wretching up your pre-race breakfast at mile twenty two.  

First I hit 5km in 20:56. Then I reach the six mile mark having run every mile between 5 and 20 seconds faster than the plan. When it’s time to up the pace to the planned 6:40 for mile six to 14, I naturally start clocking 6:30s. 

London’s streets and sights whizz by in a blur. I’m in the zone, taking one mile at a time. Every mile that ticks by in the planned 6:40 or less is just another piece of this puzzle I’m slotting into place.

Around mile eight, I get a little nudge. My friend Simon has arrived running alongside me just in time to catch me singing terrible Euro techno out loud.

We share a few words. He’s incredibly chirpy but then he’s a comfortable sub-3 runner. "Having a great day,” he says. “Suns out, I’m running in my home city, catching up with friends.” His positivity gives me a welcome boost. In a sea of 35,000 runners it’s a great moment to literally run into a mate. But it’s brief. I have to say goodbye and get my head down to run my own race.

At mile 12, we cross Tower Bridge, one of the most famous sections of the course. I’ve been here before. Back inn 2012 it made every hair on my neck stand and salute and this year is no different. 

The crowds line the bridge with balloons, banners, clappers and klaxons. It’s a truly special moment, striding across an iconic part of London in the blazing sunshine with the cheers of thousands pushing you on.

No one here wants anyone to fail. It’s quite a unique feeling.

Mile 12 ends up being my fastest of the race so far at 6:33 and it means I hit the halfway mark in 1:27:54. I’ve bagged myself two minutes and five seconds. At this point I can still do the maths, I have 1:32:05 to get home.

But it’s starting to hurt. I’m already finding I’m having to dig a little deeper than I’d like and there’s a long way to go. The heat is taking it’s toll. The demons are starting to wake. 

“The race starts at 20” I tell myself, starting to fear I’ve gone out too quick.

Luckily I’ve been here before. The Classic Quarter, the Marathon du Mont Blanc, the Thames Path 100km, Chicago, Valencia, Berlin, all the races that have stretched me in the past, now give me a powerful weapon to deploy - belief.

It’s a trick I tell myself over and over. Relentless forward motion. Quicken the foot strike, loosen the shoulders, drink water, eat a gel. Do anything that diverts your attention.

Four more miles pass, two of them worryingly ten seconds or so over the 6:40 race plan. I’m starting to lose some of the time I banked earlier. I’m starting to slow down.

Sometimes while you’re busy watching for that big right hook, running delivers an unexpected body blow. Just after half way, the London Marathon rabbit punched me in the kidneys. 

I like to listen to music while I run. It’s a huge part of what keeps me going. For each marathon, I create a bespoke playlist with tracks carefully timed for the start, the metronomic middle bit, the tough part and the balls-out run in. 

To make this possible, I carry my phone in a little belt around my waist and usually this is fine but around mile sixteen, just as Michael Jackson’s Beat It comes on, the tracks start to skip erratically.

Every three seconds the track jumps. I realise the phone touchscreen has come on inside the belt and, wet with sweat, is now happily skipping and jumping. Every part of me is soaked and I have no way to dry it and reset. It’s buggered. 

I struggle on with the 15 second snippets for half a mile, hoping it’ll sort itself. It doesn’t. Eventually I have to make the call: stop and fix it or ditch the music.

Having lost time on the last two miles I decide I’m going to have to go au naturel for the final ten. It’s a big blow. I love my music and the loss of it weighs on my mind.

It’s stupid but the smallest things can throw you into a negative spiral when you’re pushing yourself on a run like this. The mind uses anything it can to try and make you quit.

I deploy another trick I’ve learnt on the ultra trails: let go of the negative thoughts, find the positives. Instead of Skrillex, I decide to tune into the crowd for encouragement.

Luckily London isn’t lacking in this department. Every twenty metres someone screams your name, urging you on. I decide to distract myself further by looking for familiar faces in the crowd. 

If I can hang on at 6:40 pace until mile 20.2, I’ll have more than 7 minutes per mile to bring it home. Mile 19 and 20 turn out to be two of my fastest. I smash 19 out in 6:02 and twenty in 6:27. Now all I have to do is keep that watch at 7:00 or under for six more miles. It feels like a long, long way.

At some point the zig zagging stops and the London course spits you out onto a long four mile-ish home straight. I don’t realise it but dotted along those four miles are all of my friends, all at different points.

First I run past my family. It’s brief but I see the excitement on their faces. Their belief tops up my own reserves. 

Every half a mile another familiar faces buzzes with the same enthusiasm and I realise this is what’s going to power me home.

At mile 22, I see the charity I ran the December Half Marathon Challenge for, Starfish. A little later there are friends from work belting out encouragement.

As I push my way down the Embankment with Big Ben in the distance, my friend Simon appears at my shoulder again. 

“Lock onto it Kieran. Just lock onto it,” he says. It’s another little timely kick. Another half mile of motivation. Another mantra to utter. “Lock onto it.” I repeat to myself, trying to visualise the red tarmac of the Mall.

As we pass London Bridge to our left and sweep past the iconic sights that hug the Thames, I cash in some credit I’d stored up seven days earlier.

On my last long run I came into town and ran the last three miles of the course. This turns out to be a very smart move. Psychologically, I have the upper hand.

My brain knows what’s left, every yard of tarmac is in my mental and physical memory. I’m able to tell myself that I’ve done this before. I know if my mind believes it can be done, my body will follow. And it does.

With a mile to go the course hangs a right. Westminster Bridge veers off in the opposite direction and the Houses of Parliament loom large and majestic to my right. Oliver Cromwell’s statue peers down as I struggle past. I glance at my watch.

I’ve got about nine minutes to do the final mile. For the first time in three months, I realise I’ve almost certainly achieved my goal. Barring a catastrophe, the sub-3 marathon is mine.

I check the watch again to make sure. 

And again. And again.

I’m still doing the sums when we reach the red asphalt of Birdcage walk with 800m to go.

To my left I notice a blind man and his guide pushing hard, the guide shouting encouragement with every step. I tune into his shouts and pretend they’re for me. That’s true achievement I think to myself. If he can, I can.

With four hundred metres left Buckingham Palace comes into sight. The crowds reach deafening levels. One more u-turn and we turn out back on the Queen’s London house, onto the Mall.

I’ve run this road over and over in training, each time visualising the moment I’d stride down here, wondering what that clock above the big red FINISH sign will say. 

Thirty seconds later, as I cross the line, I look up and I know.

It says 2:59.   


Happy Fourth of July everyone, and for my non celebrators Happy Monday!

I got my lazy ass out of the house and kicked that Georgia heat and humidity in the ass.

Let it be known I did bitch about it (while in progress) to @grandenoirceur but I never gave up, and that’s the important part. 💪🏻

Now it’s time to avoid Starbucks, my usual Sunday treat when I go for a hike, and go home and attempt my first iced coffee!

Maybe when I get back home I’ll do another mile before heading inside? 🐯(insert Rawr!)