OMG!!!!!! Paris is a nice place to visit. We spend waaaaay too much time at the Eiffel Tower. London is a nice place to live! I caught up to one of my oldest childhood friends that lives in London. I finally met her husband and 3 kids! She has been there for 7 years and has developed a British accent. I love it! The best moment was hearing her oldest (5 yrs old) sing "Peanut butter jelly time" with an accent! I laughed for 5 minutes straight. My laughter encouraged him to sing it even more and perform with it! I miss them already. I will be going back to London in the future!
I wanted to show a pic of me sitting in a plane seat, seat belt fastened, no extender...but the pic will only save as "aspx" vs jpeg or something blogger likes. I been playing around with it, but can't seem to figure it out :(
I resigned from 2 of my side hustles. I woke up one day and just knew that I had to let those positions go. It was hard for me, but it was necessary. So right now, I have the main spot, the local spot (which I told that I won't be available the entire month of July), and the private spot. The local spot got brought out by a new company, so I had to resubmit paperwork yesterday to be "hired" by the new company. While there, the head rehab manager mentioned that they will be expanding there rehab department and will need some more full time PTs in the future. This makes me happy! If a local rehab spot gives me an offer, chances are super high that I will take it! This 70+ mile per weekday commute is getting old.
I have also decided to become more focused on self. Self love, self health, self happiness. So far I am in love with it!
I see that my post, about a month ago, was about me breaking my plateau at 331. The last time I weighed myself I was 332. I am okay with that. My body is still big, but I am definitely more toned, have more energy, and I am happy. Dramatic weight loss is a HUGE mental game and if you focus soo much on the number on the scale, you will drive yourself crazy! So I won't be weighing myself as much as I have been in the past and just paying more attention to how my body feels. Just being able to feel muscle definition and bones that I haven't felt in awhile is beyond exciting!!!!!
I do not want to be a vegetarian, however, I have adopted a more vegetarian/almost vegan diet this past week and it's been pretty darn remarkable! On Friday, I did have cheese curds and two pieces of pie after a week pretty much of fruits and veggies and they really sat on my stomach in bad way! :( So I am at a phase in my life where simple sugars, meat and animal by products will be decreased significantly, NOT completely. Everything is about a healthy balance.
That's all I got! TTYL