New Health Journal #1

Striking the iron while it's hot. As mentioned in my previous blog post, I'm moving away from a monthly update because there have been some months where nothing has changed diet and exercise wise and I don't have a lot to say. Instead, I'll update when I've reached an important breakthrough, and I have one … Continue reading New Health Journal #1

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How to Deal With Job Rejection

Rejection sucks, no two ways about it. You think you found the perfect opportunity... - It's in your field - You've got the experience - You've mastered your interview style - The interviewers laugh at your dumb jokes Everything's going well. There's no way you they won't pick you! You've got them eating out of … Continue reading How to Deal With Job Rejection

Health Journal: OCT 2018

Two months now since I started my new health regime and I have to keep reminding myself that's a relatively short amount of time. Whenever I'm scrolling through r/progresspics for inspiration and searching the web for new workout routines, I keep wondering why there has not been a more noticeable effect. It seems like I've … Continue reading Health Journal: OCT 2018

Health Journal: AUG – SEP 2018

With this new found confidence from the 12 lbs I dropped the previous six months, I decided to focus my attention on a strict diet and workout routine. Back in Dallas, my workout routine was a 20 min. treadmill exercise: part running, part walking. I started with 75% walking and 25% running, slowly progressing to … Continue reading Health Journal: AUG – SEP 2018

Health Journal: JAN – JUL 2018

This post is to fast-track my progress to the current day. I'm clumping in half of the year because there was little change to my self-prescribed regimen. There were a few noteworthy moments, but not enough to dedicate a blog for each month. Note: I will also be releasing another post covering August & September … Continue reading Health Journal: JAN – JUL 2018

Health Journal: Introduction

I've always been inconsistent when it comes to my health. I'm aware that I can live a longer and happier life by eating healthy and staying in shape, but I was always able to bat the concerns away with laziness and excuses. That all ended this year. Since January, I've been eating smaller, healthier meals … Continue reading Health Journal: Introduction