I’m Free!

Just a quick update: I’m cleared! I’m allowed to drive and workout again! Yippee! My neurologist says that all of my tests came back clear, meaning it definitely wasn’t neurological. I’m just supposed to monitor my heart rate and blood pressure when and after I work out and if I keep having symptoms I should see a cardiologist. I’m cool with that.
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What is Enough?

What do you think?

When did we shift into a world where a bachelor’s degree is not enough? Hell, when did we shift to a world where a high school diploma is not enough? My first “professional” job I used no skills that I learned in college. As a political science major with minors in art history and classical studies, nothing that I did in my job reflected my preferences or skills. But having that degree set me above people who didn’t have one, even if it had nothing to do with anything.

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I Am So Static

Pretty much sums it up.

I’ve been so unmotivated to do anything since “my incident“. I feel like I can’t exercise, because well, I really can’t since the doctor said to lay off until we figure out what happened. And I worked really hard one weekend to do a ton of homework so that I would  have fewer assignments due during my preceptorship, so now I haven’t done work in so long that I don’t even know how to begin.

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Okay Pinterest, You Win


Well really, I win, but these recipes have been good. And I mean good. Since I have the day off and don’t feel like doing school work, but I’m stuck at home (more on that later), I did what any good little house wife would do: I baked a cake. A pumpkin cinnamon roll vanilla sheet cake to be exact. And it is, wait for it, delicious.

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