Last weekend was a blast! I went down to Winter Park for the weekend to go skiing–a typical pass time for the Colorado student I have discovered. It was a nice break to exert some energy on the snowy mountains and be at one with nature and away from the crowded gym and college campus. I love any type of vacation that involves a physical activity paired with it like skiing, surfing, hiking, biking, etc. Although I did have a “cheat” weekend, I always made sure to keep everything in balance too.
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cycling and protein
I am back in Colorado and back at the Rec! It takes some getting used to after being at my smaller gym in my hometown. To me, it is more intimidating with all of the students that pretty much live at the gym. I know it is silly, but some of those big guys look like they could crush (and I am probably right…) One of my resolutions though, is to stop being afraid of failure. I often do not try new things for fear of being made fun of and failing, then being made fun of some more. But, I know I have already grown a lot this year and I feel more confident–so who really cares anyway if I look like a fool? It’s my first time and I failure is part of the process of success! Continue reading
christmas patience and presents
Christmas eve and Christmas this year were very different. I cannot think of a tradition that was followed to a tee this year. I guess that is what happens when you grow older and you are the youngest in the family. The Christmas season this year started out with a bang–maybe too much of a bang though, because my spirit slowly faded. I felt like Cindy Lou Who from the Grinch. I should have sung “Where are you Christmas” on repeat. Continue reading
One weekend ago I visited Trader Joe’s for the fist time ever. I have always heard glorious stories about it and how it is deemed “the poor man’s Whole Foods.” Well, I love Whole Foods (obsessed really) and I am a poor college student… so I thought I would go check it out while I was home in Houston for the summer! Continue reading