First of all, I want to say super big sorry for slacking on the blog front. I’ve been completely immersed in my finals and just life in general (which is great by the way!), and I haven’t been making time for my blog.
Well, now exams are over, and things are about to change! On the plus side I will have a lot more time for blogging, and I’m really looking forward to my research assistant-ship this summer. I don’t think I told ya’ll about it, but I’ll be working with professors at Boston University on a research project examining attitudes and perceptions of eating disorders on college campuses. This summer I’ll also be applying for medical school, and continuing training for the half marathon I’m running August 19th! Needless to say, I’m looking forward to a fun-filled and rewarding summer.
On the flip side, summer brings change and change makes me anxious. I love the routine that school gives me. I have an entire week left at home, and frankly, I don’t know what I am going to do with myself. It drives me crazy to not have a million things to do and deadlines to worry about. I’m already getting anxious about how I’ll spend the entire month of August at home!
I have some serious thinking, relaxing, meditating, and planning to do. I should value my free time as a blessing instead of seeing it as a burden. There are plenty of things I would love to do with my free time. I could spend an entire day baking and decorating a five tier wedding cake. But then what would I do with a five tier wedding cake? Hmm…I wonder if I could talk my dad into storing it in his walk in freezer. A frozen cake can last for years…
okay now I’m just rambling.
Look at the pretty cupcakes I made!
Nothing fancy. Just boxed funfetti cake mix with store-bought frosting. I really just wanted to decorate them.