Day 67: Great conversations make me happy. Cornelius (my bestie from college) and I had a wonderful phone conversation–I love catching up with him! We even made plans to get together in person later this summer and I can’t wait.
Day 68: Fridays make me happy. Sometimes you just gotta celebrate the end of the workweek!
Day 69: Morning walks make me happy. My boyfriend and I took a walk around the neighborhood before the heat of the day (and the rain) set it, and it was awesome.
Day 70: Celebrating fathers makes me happy. Father’s Day! This day is tough for me (check this post for reasons why) but I was joyful because I got to celebrate two awesome men in my life. My stepdad (whom I just call “Dad”) is one of the greatest men I’ve ever known (look here to see just how awesome he is). Even though we didn’t get to celebrate together, I loved hearing his voice on the phone and was glad I got to tell him how much he means to me. My boyfriend and I also made dinner for his parents so we could celebrate his dad–a great day spent honoring great men!
Day 71: Learning more about fitness makes me happy. I had a session with my personal trainer and we talked about how diet impacts fitness goals. He sent me home with a task to complete–track all my food for the day so we can review it during our next session. I’m excited to find ways to improve my diet (and hopefully improve the results from my workouts)!
Day 72: Office days make me happy. This is my last office day before a straight week of training customers. Trust that I’m savoring the moments of working in solitude with my headphones in. 🙂
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Haha. I am going to get lost in a black hole of post jump backs! You’re so good at connecting back to your old posts. These photos make *me* happy! It’s great to see you surrounded by those who love you and care for you.
I love seeing that you are committed to your fitness! What are your goals?
My original goal was to lose 30 lbs by my 30th birthday (in September), but I’ve adjusted that to focus more on overall health instead of a specific weight. I want to like how I look and love how I feel!
Yes! Good for you. I had a weight goal in mind at one point, but when I saw the scale wasn’t changing but the way my clothing fit was… well, I reconsidered looking for a number. Good luck!!
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