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Exhausted but checking in

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Wow has it been a long time since I've blogged! Life has been very busy. The past few weekends were a bit rough, especially the one after 4th of July. Sometimes I'm ok with unstructured time, but I think usually it's a bit of a challenge. I'm happy to report that since Monday I've been back on track.

Staying Positive.

+ Running is still inconsistent as I'm working through physical therapy, but I'm keeping busy with other activities like snorkling/freediving, surfing, climbing, and yoga.

+ On 4th of July I did a little "tri" on my own: short trail run, biked from home down to the beach, snorkeled, and biked home!

+ Work and school are going ok. I feel like I can never work hard enough, never be efficient enough, etc. but I'm trying to be happy with what I do get done.

+ Yesterday my sister came to visit and we enjoyed delicious food! For dinner we ordered a pasta dish and a pizza, and shared both. The pasta was a unique kind of filled pasta with sage, nuts, cheese, and cinnamon. The pizza was mozzarella, mushrooms, prosciutto, and truffle oil. So freaking good! I'm so happy I'm able to enjoy food without necessarily having anxiety over it (company that helps make me feel comfortable and safe helps a ton).
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  • v STEVEN2GO2
    I noticed that you did not mention you had a binge, awesome!
    1082 days ago
    I saw this article yesterday and immediately thought of you:

    I remember my days in grad school and can appreciate the pressure you're under. Hang in there and be good to yourself!!
    1082 days ago
    Things have been definitely unstructured at my house the last couple weeks and it does make life challenging. I'm hoping that we both have a great week next week.
    1082 days ago
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