|Overflowing Drawer of Compression|
|Hers and his|
|His, hers, hers, hers, hers|
|Rollers & Trainers - Another living room staple|
Soon after we solved the bike dilemma, I started to realize we still had endurance gear all over our living room. A quick trip to Pier One for this 50% off basket and everything (but the trainers) are now neatly stowed behind the couch instead of sprawled across our floor. I definitely suggest getting something tall for all the rollers/yoga mats etc... It's nice because the room feels picked up but they are still at an arms reach when I get done with a long run.
|Workout sectional - And yes I watch Sports Night while I get ready for work, I love Aaron Sorkin - don't judge.|
Of course this isn't everything and I still have stuff crammed in hall closets but it is possible to fit all your gear in a tiny apartment (without additional storage space). Though if we ever decide to buy more bikes, we're definitely going to have to move.
And now for the most important piece. Where to put all your medals? For the first year, all of mine were shoved in a box in our hall closest until recently I pulled a few out and realized they were getting all tarnished being stored like that. Heaven forbid. A quick trip online and 3-5 shipping days later, they are featured as a work of art in our hallway.
|My favorite piece of art.|
|RNR Medals got their own display b/c they take up so much room|
|Everything else organized by sport and distance|
After this year I might need a bigger display rack.