Five high points from the week:
I wrapped up my terminal project this week with our poster presentations. I’ve been working on this since January so it feels awesome to have that off my plate.
Having a conversation with one of the medical assistants at clinical about why her weight loss is plateauing and why she gains weight easily…because she’s been eating 1200 calories for almost a year. To see her ah-ha moment totally made my day.
Since I had to carry my poster to class on Wednesday I walked through Central Park instead of biking through and the slow morning stroll was the best start to the morning. I live on the east side and campus is on the west side, so I cross the park and then hop on the train on the west side up to school.
Hosting women’s bible study at my apartment. I was sick and then traveled the past couple weeks so I haven’t been in a while. It was completely refreshing to be back this past week. Plus I love to have people in my home. It makes me happy.
Being in a better sleep routine – in bed by 10pm and up by 5:30 or 6! Early, quiet mornings are my sweet spot.
And lastly, I’ll leave you with a video that builds off my last video about intuitive eating. This time I’m talking through six points that will hopefully help you eat for satisfaction and not just fullness.
What’s got you feeling extra good this week? Share in the comments!