Jas-on more like Jas-GONE (DC)

Uh-oh. It’s 2019 and people are still breaking verbals. In case there’s any confusion, when you tell someone, and that “someone” happens to be Steve Christensen, that you’re going to be at November Project, you best make sure to be at November Project.

Jason, Jason, Jason. What happened, dude?! We understand, people are still trying to get into the groove of the new year, and it can be hard. But in case you haven’t heard, there’s a really good place where all your friends go for accountability (see: NPDC M/W/F workouts).

Let’s see, where could you have been?

Maybe you got caught up eating breakfast–hey, it is the most important meal of the day!

Jason eats a taco on a track

Or perhaps you just wanted to stop and take in the sights of our wonderful city??

Jason and Anne are posing in front of the White House

Were you caught up on some urgent business? Like taking vids on Anne crushing a race?

Whatever happened, no matter what, we’re not mad, we’re not disappointed, we just missed you. That’s all. And we have a feeling you were hanging out with your #1

Jason is smiling next to his wife, Anne.

So Jason, save the tacos, the selfies, the White House tours for outside of NP, because our little hearts just can’t take it! What do you say? See you Wednesday? Why not make it a #verbal.

And by the way, tell Sarabi we missed her too.

If any of you need that extra push to get out of bed in the morning, go ahead and drop a verbal. What’s the worst that could happen? ALSO, if you’re in the habit of having good attendance, encourage your friends who might want to stay under the covers during these darker, colder months. We’ve got rewards and prizes for the top attendees throughout January and February: bit.ly/AttendanceChallengeTracking and there’s still PLENTY OF TIME to jump in.

New year, same accountability. Much much love, DC

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