Back in the game!

Friday, April 03, 2009

I've finally finished all of my coursework, including my dissertation, so I can get back to focusing on my health! emoticon Luckily, I somehow managed to lose about a pound while only going to the gym once a week, eating not particularly well, and spending 3 days in my flat doing nothing but sitting and eating.

I only have exams left, and those are in 3 weeks. They're all in one go, so I'll be completely done with uni by the end of April. But I won't actually be able to check out any books (our department librarian will be on holiday), so I won't really have the option of studying at home and will have to do all my studying in the library. That gives me a set schedule - 9-5 at the library, so I can work out between 5 and 7. That'll last for the next 3 weeks, then I'll have my exams. Apart from doing my exams the last week of April, I'll have nothing to do but sort out the wedding plans, look for a job, sort out moving house, and get fit for the foreseeable future.

I just updated my weight for my calorie needs, and they've decreased, so I'm glad my fiance and I really like soup because we'll be eating a lot of it. I'm also glad that it'll stay cool enough here to eat soup for a while longer. Fortunately, if I exercise more, I'll be able to eat more, so that'll work out. I just need to figure out a few more good soup recipes, since I have a pretty regular repertoire that might need expanding. Actually, there are some soups in V'con that I haven't made in a while, so I should look to that again.

I've been enjoying sleeping in and not having to worry about things I have to do (apart from sending in a form for a Certificate of Approval to Marry and looking for a flat). Although this won't last long, I'll still be much more relaxed and have more free time from now on. Yay!
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