Linking up with Meghan at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for the Week in Review.
It’s been a week. On one hand, that says it all. Just a really long week. Like, I’m just tired. There’s been a lot going on.
-worked around 45 hours at the day job, in 3.5 days.
-escaped the threatened bad weather when the temps dropped to…about 4 actual degrees on Monday/Tuesday. Side note: that is extremely cold for here. We’re just wusses when it comes to cold weather, ice, and/or snow. Texas, y’all.
-cooked some things:
-survived on minimal carbs and no sugar all week (trying to eliminate unhealthy carbs, so minimal = veggies instead of simple carbs).
-got the plethora of reading done for my first week of classes, and all the homework (minor miracle). After looking at the reading for weeks 2 & 3, have decided to read selectively so I don’t have a nervous breakdown.
-did the filming for my first broadcast assignment. Worth noting: the assignment was to film video for a local piece, then I have to write a 30-second script to go with it. So I shot the beginning and end of a kids’ 1k race at a local health fair. I had extremely limited time to find a local event. I live in a small town. My options were limited.
-de-cluttered my “dining” area/workout area.
It probably still looks a bit cluttered, but all of the stuff on the top shelf is stuff that is not taking up real estate in my tiny kitchen…whose cabinet-tops are basically bare. And that makes me happy.
-got in two workouts this week, and am considering a 25k ultra in April. Considering. As Grand Canyon training. It involves camping, and I am NOT a camper. Glamping, maybe. But not camping.
-Finished reading O Pioneers!, Intraterrestrial, and White Chrysanthemums (Very powerful, heart-wrenching, sad book, about Korean women forced to be military sex slaves during the Korea/Japan conflict.)
-got some expected yet upsetting news yesterday that knocked me for a loop, so I’m taking the rest of the day and hanging out with the Saint, who’s always there for me, even when she’s feeling sick. Thank you, friend.