Month in Numbers | September 2020

Did September turn out to be sensational? Let’s see how the numbers looked:

Having spent 192 days at home because of the forced closure of schools, The Boy Child returned to formal learning setting this month and was in a classroom for a total of 15 days. He’s very happy to be back … and so are his parents! πŸ™‚

8 pieces of Happy Mail sent – mostly birthday and anniversary cards.

Queuing for 2 hours and 10 minutes at the school uniform shop.

11 bags of books, clothes and bric-a-brac donated to charity.

Highest daily step count of 26, 028.

30 sessions of Pilates and 14 online Step classes.

47 walks with Tilly.

5 traditional scrapbook layouts created.

193 days with lockdown measures in place.

Month in Numbers was the brainchild of Julie. You can see my previous Month in Numbers here. All journaling cards are from In a Creative Bubble.

8 thoughts on “Month in Numbers | September 2020

  1. Well, those exercise related statistics are very impressive – and 26,000 steps in one day – wow!
    I’m so pleased that schools are back and hope that remains the case, it’s so much better for everyone, students and parents alike.

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    1. Walking TBC to school has certainly helped with the daily step count. πŸ™‚ I’m stepping every other day (22 minutes of high impact) and 10 minutes of Pilates (stretching, really) every evening. πŸ™‚


  2. My goodness, you have really put in a lot of fitness-related activity this month – that is hugely impressive! I winced at the wait in the clothes shop again, but if it means that your young man could return to school, then it was worth it – hoping they manage to keep schools now. Is it really 192 days? Golly … And you must have spent a lot of time clutter-clearing too. That looks like a very well-spent month :).

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    1. The fitness has been a real boost to m y mental health and Tilly is always happy for a walk or three. πŸ™‚
      Nearly 200 days – hard to believe, isn’t it?
      The decluttering (mostly clothes) has been therapeutic and the biggest piece to go, a bookcase, is going to its new home tomorrow. πŸ™‚


  3. And September went by in the blink of an eye. Glad that TBC is back to school, not only good for the parents but children really need that social time. Your September was certainly productive on so many fronts; well being, tidy house, exercise …

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