So remember those mini-goals I wanted to attempt each week? I haven’t really talked about them much lately because I am still trying to accomplish the first one (get out of bed without hitting snooze).
I think the root cause of my ongoing snooze button affair has to do with my sleep schedule. I am the lightest sleeper I know. I sleep with a sleeping mask AND earplugs every night. No joke. And I still wake up to tiny noises. It is pathetic.
You would think that living in the dorms my freshman year of college would have cured my sleep issues. But no, they are still here, tormenting me every night.
I would love to have eight uninterrupted hours of sleep. Aside from giving up my morning cup ‘o joe, I can’t think of a way to make that happen. And no, I am not willing to get rid of that sweetness in my life, so you will have to offer up other suggestions.
Sigh, such is life. So here I was, again, hitting snooze…three times. I made it to the gym, but I was late, again, and I was dragging the whole time.
Oh and p.s. I forgot my friggin camera again in my desk. Again. Food blog FAIL! Lucky for you (or unlucky?) eat pretty much the same thing every few days so I have some unused pictures to at least kind of give you an idea of what my eating day looked like.
Coffee post workout was a must, and was paired with nothing less than a chocolate peanut butter Luna protein bar and a nanner.
Lunch was a less-pretty version of this spinach & feta sausage/quick’n’easy sauce/penne from last night…
and an apple.
I planned to have an afternoon snack but the classes went so quickly, before I knew it it was four o’clock and it was time for a snack-attack date with some of my former co-workers.
And by co-workers I mean they were in a paid position and I was a lowly student teacher. Who, ya know, paid to be there.
I met up with my fabulous mentor Marla and one of my favorite lunch buddies, and sixth grade teacher (now fifth), Jenny.
We wound up at my new favorite place, Left Bank Wine Bar, for some half-price pizzas.
We split a margarita and their combo (pepperoni, onion, olive, and mushroom).
Wow, my iPhone takes some craptastic pictures. I think I may need an iPhone 4. *hint, hint hubs*
I had the best time catching up with these lovely ladies and spent three (happy) hours laughing myself to tears. When I was student teaching this near-pee inducing laughter would happen daily in the lunchroom. I truly miss the noontime dose of laughter, and not just for the amazing abdominal benefits.
These gals are the only way I survived student teaching and the stressors that came with trying to understand how to run a classroom. I am so blessed to have had such a support system. Do you have amazing co-workers? Or have you had a great work-support system in the past?