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Update 3 or whatever ;)

Monday, July 01, 2013

My summer basically starts tomorrow.
I finished school a week ago, and that means a ton of the stress in my life is gone for now. I wrote four intense exams, and I am officially done with high school English, Law, Math, and Sociology/Psychology/Anthropol
ogy, as well as my first semester courses of English, Math, and Philosophy. I am SO glad to be done high school.
Since then I've just chilled. I caught up on much needed sleep, hung out with my boyfriend four times (he's leaving Tuesday morning for three weeks), and cleaned my room (I have a big room and had soooo much stuff to just get rid of).
Tomorrow I'm going to my boyfriend's grandparents, and then housesitting his house while his family is away for three weeks (well really two and a half), then housesitting a different house for three weeks. While I'm there I really want a job (I've applied to around 40 and not heard back), and to just relax, as well as work on my French and Harmony. I also want to really focus on healthiness. For the first time, I'll be in my own house and can control what food is available to me. Plus, they have an ice maker, which means I'll drink way more water without even trying. In addition, they have weights and a treadmill, and my grandparents (who live 5km away), have a pool I can swim in any time I want. Hopefully this will kick me into shape.
Right now I'm still hovering around 125 pounds. I bounce around between 124 and 127. That puts my BMI around 19. I'd like to drop to 120 or even 115. 120 would put my BMI at 18.2. I also just need more muscle. Since I was sick in May, I haven't gained back my lost muscle, so I'm flabby despite being so thin.
Anyway, I should be on here more often from now on. :)
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