Checking in again…
So, I’m sitting getting a blowout once again. It’s Saturday, and I have tons of updates.
I love the concept of blogging during my blowout. It’s fun. It’s fresh. Well, at least that’s what I tell myself.
This week was sorta weird so far. Monday was Labor Day, which felt truly like a Sunday. I hung out by the pool for a little bit, got groceries and finished off with some studying.
Tuesday was a day full of homework and editing, since I have class MWF. Wednesday felt like Monday, and threw me off just a little bit. Wednesday I had class all day, came home and quickly ate dinner before heading to spin class. Sitting in a chair all day gets tiring, especially since I love staying active. Spin class Wednesday night truly reenergizes me. I come in tired, exhausted and sometimes a little stressed. However, I leave happy, full of life and excited. While I spin I feel my energy flowing and any blockages I previously had disappearing. It’s crazy what a workout can do.
I’ll be the first to admit, sometimes I don’t really want to go. I feel tired and would rather nap. Yet, I remind myself how GOOD and ALIVE I feel after, and I quickly change into my lululemons.
Thursday I had my hypnosis therapy, which I talked about in my vlog on DailyPolina called “partying with Kylie & anxiety therapy” if you want to hear more about it. In short, it’s life changing and you need to try it.
After that I came home, ate lunch and then headed to a meeting. The meeting was at Graffiti cafe, an 18 and over coffee place. It was my first time there and I fell in love. The theme is black, white and minimalistic. The latte with soy milk was great. The meeting was incredible. I drove home (in so much traffic wah), made dinner and did homework the rest of the night.
Friday (aka yesterday), I had class all day. I then came home (so exhausted) and took a nap. Shane came over after class as we ate dinner, hung out and had a sleepover.
Now, it’s Saturday morning as I sit in my chair at DryBar and enjoy my blowout. It’s gonna be a good one (I hope).
…and of course, love yourself, you’re all you’ve got.