Starting this off early.
I woke up and did the RR workout. I got an email that someone found my wallet, and I'm really glad. I had left it in a locked room that I didn't have access to yet, and nobody was around to help me get it out, so I'm glad someone found it before anything happened.
Went to work. Picked up the wallet. Worked.
And this: Drinkwater, B.L., Nilson, K., Chesnut C.H., Bremner, W.J., Shainholtz, Sy., Southworth, M.B. Bone Mineral Content of Amenorrheic and Eumenorrheic Athletes. The New England Journal of Medicine. 1984;5(311): 277-281.
I'm thinking about quitting B job. I've only just started but I really don't know if it's for me. I feel bad because I did all the trainings and haven't "paid off" my employer for training me, but I didn't sign a contract or anything. I don't know.
Eat (not a lot hopefully because I already ate 'too much'). Maybe do some ab exercises before though. I read a book while I waited for the kitchen to be empty (I like to eat alone and unseen) and then, of course, ate too much.
Work on a new reading project I have and a draft of something.
Job applications and existential dread.
That's cool that you got your wallet back. Anything that you're really glad you didn't lose?
@JustMegawatt Other than my ID, my badge to get into places, my debit and credit card, and my health insurance card? The wallet itself, it's pretty neat. It's like a little waterproof container.
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