I barely use this thing.
I'm still here though, got to do a lot of catching up to do.
Working full time and spending my days off working on graduate applications.
Life is alright...I'm physically happy, but I'm not happy mentally. I've reached the most stressful part in my life where I'd like to get a job in my career as I wait to hear back from graduate schools, move out and get my own place, have the freedom I want to have, be social, be comfortable and happy around my friends, yadda yadda yadda.
Just overall "I want to get my life together as an independent individual." When I was living on my university campus, I felt comfortable to be able to live a semi-independent lifestyle. I was focused on my school-work, committed to student organizations, relaxed and socialized when I needed. I felt so "at home" in Tampa, so I just know that there will be more job opportunities there for me. Most of my friends are there or in Orlando.
That's basically how I'm feeling mentally. I'll brush aside the pessimism and state my optimism. I've been recently diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and have to modify my diet completely with the removal of certain foods and the implementation of supplements. I'm adjusting quite well and feeling really good. I've also been working out with this 8-week bikini body plan. I have one more week left and then it's back to high intensity pilates! I'm feeling so athletic and skinny and amazing in this body. I'm proud of the motivated and hard work I've put myself through. YAY!
Listening to: Yes or No - ZICO
Watching: 90 Day Fiance
Playing: Disney TsumTsum