What am I up to these days?
1. Working (Having Fun). I have four graduate students who are steadily progressing through their doctoral work. Along with guiding them, I have several projects that occupy my days - perhaps too many projects that occupy too much time but I love the daily challenge. Leaving for Nepal (and Tibet) in early April requires me to get caught up on all of these work projects well before I depart. These projects also provide me with endless ideas about what to post on my Psychology Today Blog. Work is fun. Actually, I often say I never worked a day in my life. With the exception of those days filled with meetings, I can honestly say I rarely work; I have fun.
|Hard at work....in my own sloppy way.|
|My home gym - ready to be used for 3 hours|
|The night-time arrangements where I may sleep (or not)|
You might ask yourself, when do I eat? I eat on the run. I eat when I can. I eat when I need to eat. More on that later - I promise. This morning, I woke up at 176 lbs (80 kg) down from 198 lbs (90 kg). I am eating...again, I promise. Between training, working, and sleeping, I can only eat so many calories to offset the weight loss. Heck, I had a few pounds to spare anyway. My weight is no concern right now. Finally, I am able to run without feeling the pounding through my knees.
My next post - probably on Thursday (March 8th, 2018 - 31 days remaining) - focuses on my leg gear. After that post, I should be in the clear to post more regularly on both gear and last-second preparations/announcements.
Thanks for following.