I’ve stumbled into what is less of an adventure and more like a holding period, a purgatory. Right now I’m at my family’s house watching tv (because what else can I do?), full of processed foods (because that’s all they have), feeling trapped (because my brother is keeping my car), and wondering when I will get out (today or tomorrow when I get a key to my friend’s place). But for right now I just feel like I’m in the exact place where I didn’t want to be. Fortunately it’s only temporary and by tomorrow I will be off and more or less on my own. I’m ready for that. I hate being in this house and as anyone who reads my blog knows – it’s not good for me.
But on the positive side… later today I’m going to go through all the stuff Jen gave me and write up some workout options to put on little cards I can take with me everywhere. I’m going to just get the basic workouts down (even though I have them memorized by now) so I can add some cooler exercises to make it fun. I think it helps to have all the workout options down on paper, just so you can refer back and not forget things when you workout. (Like me.) Basically I’m going to try and make myself into a planner of sorts when I’m more used to being an impulsive exerciser.
I will also be going through other stuff that I collected at Green Mountain both in an effort to declutter (I’ll write about this in the future) and to figure out what information I have and need to implement and share (more about this later too!). Since the job I thought I was going to have fell through, I’m just going to spend a few days getting organized and figuring out what to do next. If I don’t find any work while I’m home (sadly, it’s a possibility) then I will just enjoy the period of unemployment and try to workout and blog a lot. At least I will once again have time to read blogs!
Whatever happens while I am here I’m thankful for the time to be in Memphis. And I’m thankful for all the support y’all give me. So much. I’d probably would have just given up long ago if I didn’t have such an awesome blogging community to turn to when I need it. Thank you!