I haven’t blogged in a bit, but I’ve been reading them, especially the shenanigans over at Clean Eats Fast Feets. Thanks to Meghan for hosting today’s link-up. Basically, the last few weeks have been super-busy at work for me, with a lot of new admissions, plus my boss was on vacation, which meant I got… Continue reading week in review: not a thousand words
Linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for the feeling of accomplishment it gives me. Let’s see, I finished the draft of my final paper for my Leadership Theory in Communication class. All of the draft. All 1,500 words. In less than a day. Like, I finished it about 15 minutes ago.… Continue reading week in review: speedos, sugar, and sadness
From July 6th of last year to around mid-October, I made huge changes in my diet and exercise routine (which had been mostly slim to none before that). I started running with the Couch to 5k app, cut out processed carbs for the most part, and lost 28 pounds, ran a 5k trail run, and… Continue reading weekly review: the truth hurts
Linking up with Amanda at Running with Spoons for this bit of randomness. Okay, not randomness. Not to me. Today, June 1st, is my four-year survival anniversary. Four years ago, I had a major stroke, without warning, and I almost died. The doctors pretty much said I’d die. Fortunately, they weren’t the ones in control.… Continue reading today is for gratitude (thinking out loud)
Linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for this one. I skipped a week, because last week was pretty…brutal. My boyfriend’s mother died very unexpectedly, and that’s not been an easy situation to get through. So, not sleeping much. No energy to work out. And definitely not eating healthy. Let’s see, besides… Continue reading week in review: arrggh!
Linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets, as an excuse for my rambling… This week, I: -only managed to read one book, Paula Poundstone’s The Totally Unscientific Study of the Search for Human Happinness. An interesting read, just wasn’t what I expected. But I liked it. -survived the first week of my… Continue reading week in review: progress
I hope everyone has a Happy Valentine’s Day, whether you have a Valentine or not. Love yourself. Eat chocolate. Be happy. Love is important, and loving yourself is near the top of the list.