I am a horrible blogger. And I can't follow an easy resolution to improve myself. Wow.
So, it's the beginning of my 39th year, and ouch, does that seem old. It's not bad enough that the number is scarey, but the day after my birthday, I wake up with the most painful pain in my elbow that I have ever felt in my life, inclusive of my hip pain from a few years ago. You do not know how much an elbow can hurt, until it does. And you don't realize how important elbows are until they're so painful you can't use them.
But, after two days of heat and cold, that seems to have worked itself mostly out, and now my new year begins. I don't have a lot of time left until I'm forty, and I want to make sure that I make myself healthier before then. The years on the down side of the hill need to be my best, not the lazy slide into whatever lurks at the bottom. So, with that in mind, I've begun another exercise routine. It's not really any different than last year, but I'm going to try it again. And I'm tracking my food, so maybe that will make the difference. I've been doing the tracking for a while already, so I already have that habit, now I'll just be able to see how the exercise affects the food intake as well. And maybe something will trigger a change in how things have been working.
In other news, I'm more than half way through my Human Resources course, and after achieving 85% on my midterm, and suffering through a group project, I think I should come out the other end fairly well. The next thing is to figure out where the money is coming from to take two more classes in the next semester. If I can take two classes for each of the next 3 semesters, I can have earned my Human Resource Management Certificate in a little bit over a year from now. That's pretty exciting. But I have to find the money...
I'm doing well with reading this year, well on pace to reach my goal of 45 books. Depending on the books of course. And since one of those books was actually a series of 9 books, I'm actually well ahead of the goal. I'm trying to mix contemporary books and classics, fiction and non-fiction, fluff and substance, but I think I tend to be a little more toward the contemporary, fluffy fiction than anything else.
And so, I think this post is probably well over-long enough and I'll stop now. I will try to put a few thoughts in here on a regular basis. But I've said that before. We'll see how long it lasts.