Hey Blog Followers!
First things first, I'd like to apologize for my loooong absence! I can make up excuses or I can just tell you is that I put the blog on the back burner. Because there are no signs of anything slowly down, I have new blog goals.
1. To blog at a minimum of once a week, hopefully more.
2. To blog about many things, not just recipes, but keeping healthy living as the main theme. Trust me food is on my mind about 99% of the time so there shouldn't be any issue with it coming up frequently.
Now, let's catch up!
I've still been cooking dinner almost every night since I started working/quit blogging. It makes me feel guilty that I don't share the recipes/pictures. The main problem is I'm in much more of a hurry these days. If I remember half way through the cooking process that I forgot to take pictures, I scrap the idea of blogging about that specific recipe. I guess that is another goal of mine, to take pics of more meals so I have more options on which recipes I want to blog about given a more limited amount of time.
Tonight I had a cardio meltdown. It's pretty much what drove me to blog tonight. I'm sooooo bummed because I didn't get signed up for Spin in time this session and all the bikes were reserved when I called. I literally almost cried. This led to me really dreading working out/doing cardio tonight, which led to the following routine:
Dance cardio DVD I haven't done in months. Lasted ten minutes. Treadmill to do interval training. Lasted ten more minutes. Five jumping jacks. Blog.
Lastly, I want to address the main reason I've been gone so long which is as most people know, I started my new career. I love saying career vs job. Job was explained to me as just over broke and I never liked thinking that is how I was living. One of the best things about my current work is I'm so busy I don't even think about paychecks or stress about when pay day is anymore. It's such a relief. That's not to say there aren't new stresses, because there totally are. I feel a whole different kind of stress/pressure than I felt at the salon. Joining a new company means there is so much to learn: names, faces, responsibilities, terminology, etc. Although marketing is a whole different ballgame than coordinating chaos at Salon 9, I use many of the skills I was taught or developed while I was there. One thing that definitely didn't change when I switched to a new workplace is that I still work with mostly women. I might as well get used to it, huh?
Well there are my somewhat random thoughts to get me back to blogging. I'll be back soon!
By the way, what's for dinner?