Being a community health major, it isn’t like there are many men in many of my classes. It could be for every 20 ladies there are like 4 dudes (eligible dudes for me maybe 1). So it’s not like I need to look my best on the first day of class. Not like I ever do. I wear the same thing the first week of class as I do the second, third and forth…until it gets cold, I guess. Then I continue to wear similar outfits but with leggings underneath and boots.
My broski has requested I display him and all his eats today in food blog format. Since-I’m always (ha) displaying my foods, I thought I would allow him this one time to take over the blog with his noms. Seeing as he goes back to the academy tomorrow and set up my room for me, I thought I would grant him this one request. He also requested I make a facebook album titled fatty mc fat fat. I wish I was joking.
This morning started as any other morning in my life does. With a waffle so obviously that is what we had for breakfast. When you are under my roof you eat my waffles. Not what you wanted? So sad. I will make them for you don’t worry. He enjoys it though (so he says).
My classes are so exciting. They are all in the same classroom. With the same teacher and the majority of the same people. One at 9, 12 and 2. Mondays and Wednesdays are practically the best time of my life. Actually I love all my classes thus far.
Brief outline-My 9am class is Human Diseases. Basically it is exactly what it sounds like, issues you get with poor nutrition. My 12pm class is Program evaluation. This will be my toughest class as it is a 500 level course (which is basically the highest undergrad level you can go) and goes through evaluating different programs that you create. Such as a health program to help college students lose weight. How would you evaluate it and see that it is working. Finally, my 2pm class is Health Disparities which is essentially why certain portions of the population get diseases while others don’t.
Anywho-for lunch Matt and I went to the dining hall. Probably one of the only times I’ll eat there all semester considering it is way out of the way for me living off campus. Still so good though.
Next up, I chatted with my cross country coach. I haven’t shared everything concerning my injury and thought process of running or not but I will now. I have been in limbo about running this season. I don’t want to force myself to up mileage and then refracture my leg and be sad for another eight weeks. I also don’t want to suck and run races now and be nowhere near my times. I know-judge if you want but I would rather slowly ease into running versus gun ho racing.
That being said, I am sitting out the first two months of races. I’ll start racing again in late October-granted I feel up too it. I’m not running everyday mind you and I’m easing back into it. I’m not using a watch and I’m not forcing myself to run a set amount of miles I’m rollin at Hollie time, pace and milage. Going with the flow, running away from creeps…ya know. Just running with how my legs feel. Today they felt great and I ran 3.5 miles.
After running, I worked on unpacking my room and then the broski and I went to get Mexican. We both got the same thing but since this is his noms of the day-he is the one featured.
It’s so nice to live right into town where we can walk to wherever we want. I actually really like my off campus house choice a lot more than I thought I would. Well bedtime for me because I’m waking up at the glorious hour of 6 to drop off the brother (sad face hurr) at the Syracuse train station. Not that I’m going to New York City on Friday to see him.
Question for you:
1. If you ever had an injury. How did you ease back into it?
2. Would you rather do 1 2 hour workout or 2 1 hour workouts?
I really like to break my workouts up personally. I feel so much better.