Ah! I’m a month away from my half marathon! A month seems far away yet so close.
I had a mixture of inpatient and outpatient yesterday. There was also a dietitian meeting. Most of the meeting time was spent working on creating and editing case studies. Starting in August, we’re doing presentations for med students. We’ll be going to their classroom and presenting case studies to cover their nutrition objectives. Should be interesting!
I spent some time updating various projects towards the end of the day. I have been slacking with tracking my diabetes education hours. I’m at 800 hours! One thousand hours are part of the requirement to sit for the CDE exam. I keep saying this but I really should start studying for the darn exam.
I also logged my productivity for the past 10 days! Try thinking back what you did 10 days ago at work. I have a schedule to go off but I had to dig deep into my memory.
Last paperwork of the day was printing out and organizing the cardiac rehab weight loss program lesson.
There will always be paperwork and numbers with every job!
I continued to stay busy once I left work. This blog has been needing some work and well, I’ve procrastinated long enough. You likely won’t notice anything though.
Dinner was being hosted by Aaron. I headed over and brought over a treat for myself.
I began to pour the Lost Coast Tangerine in a glass and I could feel it. I could feel Aaron’s eyes on me. I finally stopped pouring and just asked the expert to finish it.
Looks good. Aaron had an article in the paper yesterday with a heading of “Don’t Fear the Foam.” Check!
We headed out into the garden for a few key ingredients.
Aaron pulled out a ton of arugula and a handful of other greens. When we headed in he stayed in the kitchen while I grabbed my beer and a book. Lucky girl.
A salad came together with walnuts, goat cheese, cherries, chili lime roasted chickpeas, and garden greens.
Light and refreshing. Not long after dinner I left and quickly saw Aaron again since I left my phone behind. It doubles as my alarm clock so I needed it if I wanted to wake up on time. This was especially critical since my power went off the minute before my alarm was to go off.
Looks like it’s going to be another scorcher today. We’ve been keeping the blinds shut, turning off unnecessary lights, and turning on education room fans.