Last week was a minor success with the biking, writing, and schooling. This week will be equally as busy, except I have a day off (today)! Yay. Here's the sched:
Monday - Write 1000 words, bike 30 mins, write a rough draft for a Comp paper, work on what Robert mentions here, and do something fun for myself (I'm thinking I'll be color for an hour)
Tuesday - Write 250, class 11-9 (utilize the two one-hour breaks of the day to eat, complete a homework assignment, and catch up on emails. (I should also attempt to socialize with some folks who are the same age as me, no offense, readers)), walk the dogs, host TPR 10-11!
Wednesday - Write 500, walk dogs, work 4:30-9:30
Thursday - Write 250, class 11-5 (use the hour break to do one homework assignment), bike 30, chillax and watch a film
Friday - Write 500, bike 30, work 4:30-9:30
Skype: I am skypable Monday - anytime, Wednesday until 3, and Friday until 3. Email or text me if there's a time there that works for you!
The healthy eating lagged last week. I need to get back on track.
I went sledding on Saturday and it was frigid. Flying down suicide hill, the snow hit my face like tiny little daggers and the sting lasted for minutes. The snow froze to my face and glasses! And yet it was an amazing day of fun and activity. Did you know that physical activity makes you way happier than sitting on the couch? Who knew?
In September of 2009, I stopped watching TV - except baseball and Project Runway. It was when I realized the only life I was living was through fictional characters on television shows (Greys/Bros and Siss) and unreal reality stars (The Hills) that I decided to cut my ties with TV. Then along came Fluffy (my laptop) and now I am living vicariously through my online friends. While life looks pretty sweet from Elana and Carol's POV, I think I owe it to the likes of them to find my own.
And no, I am not signing off for another two month hiatus. I am searching for a way to be active online AND have my own life. I know it can be done. Paul Greci does it. Anna Staniszewski does it. Ali Cross, Christine Fonseca, Anita Laydon Miller, and sooooo many of you live. It's awesome to watch. Keep showing me how to live and I'll follow in your footsteps as best I can, but not too close.
It's time to join the crowd.
|After sledding, my pants were frozen stiff.