The show, you pervs.
How the heck did this get cancelled? I laugh out loud constantly and it’s one of the few shows that I genuinely like every character. If you’re looking for a TV binge watch, you could do worse.
Also, I have drafted up a few things I’m doing differently this year and am excited to move from the “planning” to “execution” phase. Game the eff on.
runningfortheriesling said: Where in MT were you? Some places aren’t that expensive to live, but the good place are! :)
I was down in Emigrant tucked on the side of a mountain. Spent an afternoon in Bozeman, Livingston. Had Yellowstone all to myself. Drove around Paradise Valley and fell in love with the scenery and lack of people. And, I didn’t have a bad beer there (bonus!) - although I had to laugh at Bud Light masquerading as Kokanee. Have a few real estate alerts set up and a goal. I’m from Massachusetts, where even the bad places are expensive!
Ok, work craziness has subsided a bit and I just got back from a long weekend in Montana. (Saving my quarters for a move out there. This girl loves the pace.)
Now that I feel like I can settle into a routine, I’m going to. Going to do a Whole 30/Paleo hybrid and get back to the gym at least 3 times a week. Today is Day 12 of no smoking. Gotta keep that streak alive.
Monday is go time. One day at a time. Gettin’ healthier, gettin’ happier.
I feel like I live out of my car and a travel bag. This lifestyle wears me out physically, financially and is just not sustainable. Some things I can’t control - like my hell on wheels work schedule the next few weeks. What I can control is being more mindful of the choices I make. I can choose to put myself and my health first. “No” is a complete sentence and I have to get better at saying it. I can’t control the chaos, but with better planning, I can manage it.
One day at a time!
I am conducting some interviews at a local college today. One of the candidates mentioned he had an interest in cooking. I asked him what his specialty was.
"Guinea pig ceviche."
Normally I get “Oh, I make THE BEST CHICKEN PARM” or “MY CHILI ROCKS THE PARTY THAT ROCKS THE BODY.”
I just watched this fantastic film about doing what you want when you want to do it; not being held captive by a desk, mortgage payments, and all the other “grinds”.
I so wish I was brave enough to pull something like this off.
Cubicle time tomorrow is going to be a major downer.