And for #2, I've decided it's time to put myself out there, look for jobs in my field. I will most likely keep my current job, as a back up and for supplemental income (and because, well, I love money). But i've been avoiding looking and applying because I hate the rejection. I have my resume' all updated, it's just a matter of finding the positions. So i need to take the leap of faith. I'm looking for anything in event planning, catering, or editorial (preferably magazine, but beggers can't be choosers). Maybe I will look a little today, I missed my first class this morning because I forgot to set my alarm, but I have afternoon classes to go to, and I should start getting ready soon so we will see. Thanks for listening! Until next time, XO, Hannah
Monday, July 20, 2009
And Then Some...
So my ended my last post talking about #1-2. Lose 50 pounds, and Find a new job. Well, this is where I will be needing your help, and opinions. I have been looking at getting weight watchers as some extra help. Being a culinary student I have taken lots of nutrition classes, and having been obsessed with what I put in my body in my early teens (why couldn't i have reserved this obsession for when i really needed it?), I have enough knowledge about food, exercise, nutrition, and diets to last me a lifetime. But what I really need is the support that comes with the meetings, being around other people going through the same day to day food struggles as I am, and having someone checking on me breathing down my neck. Really that is what I need, someone, or a group of someone's holding me accountable. I'm also looking at getting a membership at like a Snap Fitness. I like the idea that I can go whenever I want. That was why i didn't go when I had a membership to the YWCA, because I had to go on "their" hours (that and I was lazy). But i digress, weight watchers, yes or no?