2017 has been the beacon of hope to get through this past month. It’s been like a mantra: next year will be better. I’m praying that’s true. When I think about what I want the next year to bring, the main
2016, you were a tough year. Heaven now holds my baby and my dog. Although, it does make me smile to think that Kaiser, my little guard dog, is up there watching over my baby. There were good parts to the
Happy Monday! It is Monday right? I’m so confused on my days. Anyway, I hope everyone had a great Christmas! Moving on to workouts, they were a little light last week. Monday-Rest Tuesday-Rest Wednesday-Jazzercise My mom and I found a Jazzercise
Today was supposed to be my Ugly Sweater recap but since weather prevented me from getting to the race, that would be a very short post. Instead, I want to share a little about a nutrition opportunity I discovered today.
Well I am unfortunately blogging from a hotel room and not from my grandma’s house in Texas. It was a very frustrating and long day but when this posts, my mom and I will hopefully be on a plane heading
Because of the mess that November was, I didn’t learn nearly as many routines off this set as I usually do. I subbed out several classes (although I still managed to teach 13 times in November), had to prioritize learning
One down, I don’t even know how many more to go. This semester was tough. My brother told me the first semester of grad school is meant to break you down. This one definitely tried. Add in everything else that’s happened
I’m done! I officially submitted my last paper for the semester about 20 minutes ago. Let’s not talk about the fact I spent close to two hours editing other peoples’ writing… Moving on to workouts! Monday 12/5-Jazzercise I taught my
I made it! Almost. I’m done with classes but still have a paper to do (group papers are the work of the devil, btw) so no celebrating yet. I thought I’d just briefly check in and share a couple random things.
This is a hard recap to write. I love doing races; it’s one of my favorite things to do. Even though I wasn’t 100% physically recovered, I was determined to do this race. I thought it would help make things