Nothing important to say, really. The problem with living and working downtown–living on the best street and working at the best (but busiest) place– is that I never leave anymore. The weeks all bleed together and I only hang with my coworkers (who are amazing, but I miss my friends). I’ve also really been slacking in terms of working out and what I eat. Before, I was searching for monotony. Now that the wedding and all my other obligations are over, I’ve found it, but it’s nothing worth writing about.
I took a couple months off of The Year Plus (at least once a year, I have a complete nervous breakdown, you know how it is), and that was a huge mistake. So, to make up for it: I’m running 100 miles in 3 weeks! It’s been 5 days and I’ve knocked out 28 so far. Next month, I plan on hanging out with at least one non-work friend a week and doing crunches every day.
Media wise, here’s the disgusting amount of things I’ve read/watched/heard lately and loved:
- The Hunger Games trilogy
- The Help (the book–so good, as soon as I finished it, I started reading it again)
- Willpower (which Erin F. will be happy to know kicks off with an Amanda Palmer story)
- Doctor Who (up to season 6 and OBSESSED)
- All my CW stories
- Parks and Rec
- Revenge (I’m sorry. I’m sorry! I love it already.)
- Modern Family (my awesome bosses have converted me)
- Fringe (this makes me the happiest of all)
- Six Feet Under (the latest show Justin and I are watching together)
- Mountaintops by Mates of State (yes Captain, I love it)
After a summer of only watching 2 shows at a time, I feel a little grossed out by the amount of TV I wanted to watch this week. So, I might just keep up my current pace, and just catch up on one show a week. And whatever I do: no cable!
So … see? This is why I haven’t written in a while; I’m caught up in my own world with my own goals and I love it, but it’s not worth reading. And while I used to just use all my brainpower to blog all day at an easy job that I hated, now I come home with most of my energy depleted. However, I’ve had a couple people bug me to write, so I here you go (and I’m sure they’re regretting it now).