My roommate is currently practicing her juggling skills for one of her classes. It's quite entertaining but it is also very relative to my life right now. I feel like I am the juggler and I am trying to balance all these different aspects in my life, trying to find a balance to keep rhythm and harmony. I have work (which seems lately has been taking up more of my time than usual), my family, friends, dog, exercise, tennis league, my social life and my blog :) Lately it seems like I have been having trouble fitting everything in. While all of these things are important to me, I am coming to the realization that I think I need to set myself on a schedule. I know that sounds a little much, but I really do think it would benefit me greatly. I have previously written about how I needed to work on my time management and I think having a schedule will also help me achieve better skills.
Today wasn't a great day for healthy choices. I literally worked from 9-530 without a break. So here is my not so healthy day:
Couple bites of some leftover pasta
Slice of pizza
Mac n cheese
Chocolate soy milk
Again, the fascination with carbs. Today I was exhausted so I reached for the easiest choices, even though they are not the best for me. I definitely need to go shopping at Trader Joes for some healthier protein choices.
On another note, on Tuesday I was in LA for the day and I had such an amazing day. The highlight for me and my friend,Heidi, was seeing the Twilight hand and footprints in front of the Kodak Theatre. We knew that they had made the square recently, and when we found it, we both squealed! Hahahha it was such a happy moment, we couldn't stop smiling. We are HUGE Twilight fans and it was so cool to see! Ok, confession time. That was my first time ever going down Hollywood Blvd and seeing the Kodak Theatre! How embarrassing! I've been a CA native my whole life and it took me 24 years to go down and see the historical stars.
The Lakers game was also so much fun! We had seats that were cheap and pretty high up (which btw made me afraid of heights) but you can see very well still. Everything was clear and you could definitely see the players on the court. It was my first professional basketball game, which was on my bucket list. I'm so glad that I went with the people that I did though. We all had a fun and carefree time. I really enjoyed myself and I'm so blessed to have such great people in my life. Going to a professional basketball game. BOOM! Check it off!!!
Sorry if this post was a little sporadic, I am writing this while watching of course..... Dun dun dun..... Criminal Minds. So I will leave you with a few pics from the trip!