Did anyone else’s week fly by like mine did? It feels like it should still be Tuesday. Time always seems to go by quicker close to the end of the semester. It’s hard to believe that I only have a week of classes left. As usual, today I’ll be sharing some of my Friday favorites.
Thai chicken cashew bowl // I went out for dinner on Wednesday with my Dad. We ended up at a pub we’ve been to a few times before, and I ordered this amazing Thai chicken cashew noodle bowl. It was seriously delicious.
Business feedback // Monday night I was invited to share my business idea (online personal training) with a group of business students at my university. Since fitness is my thing (and not business) I was excited to hear what they had to think and any feedback they’d give me. Needless to say, they were amazing and had some really good ideas. I was definitely nervous going into it, but in the end I’m so glad I got out of my comfort zone and did it.
Finishing my internship // This week I officially finished my internship! While it was a lot of work to try to schedule with three other classes and work, it was totally worth it. I learned so much from three amazing trainers. My goal was to get all my hours done before finals. I managed to do that with a week to spare.
New shoes // Last week I happened to glace down at my shoes and I noticed something white on the side of them. I bent down to brush it off, only to realize that there was a hole in my shoe and the white thing was my sock. Needless to say I figured it was time to buy a new pair of shoes. I decided on another pair of New Balance ones since I liked my current pair so much. I ended up getting these (affiliate link), just in a different color combination.
Adapted Physical Activity Symposium // Yesterday I was able to volunteer at the Adapted Physical Activity Symposium. As a result I was able to sit in a few sessions. There are some amazing things happening in Calgary in terms of making fitness and physical activity accessible. I learned a lot, but I think the big thing that I’ll be taking away from it is that there’s still a lot of work to be done. The speakers and attendees were so passionate about the work that they do.
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