I thought I knew things about running shoes, and now that I work at a running store that does fittings I’m pretty sure I’ve been running in the wrong shoes. I have knee pain/discomfort quite often and I think it’s because I got shoes for pronators when I actually don’t need them. I feel foolish.
The hard part will be making myself do less running to get better at the swim/bike parts.
But I am excited.
literatius asked: Yay for your running store job! Wonderful news. You seem like someone who belongs in/will be happy in a health-related field. <3
Thanks! :D Yeah, I’m definitely excited—interviewing as a TV news editor just did not feel right.
Today pretty much declared some major change in life decisions.
I was offered the job I thought for years that I wanted, and turned it down (the conditions of it were actually quite terrible). So goodbye TV/film endeavors. A major relief really.
I accepted a job at a running store, at which I will occasionally get paid to run and be given free running shoes. (Edit—and free races. Can’t forget the free races.)
And I visited an academic advisor about going to physical therapy school. Still a lot to figure out, but I at least know where to start and where I want to end.
Definitely turning this around from the pessimism I had just a few months ago. Never forget that the future is bright and fear is not in command.
literatius asked: Your blog is beautiful and you seem like a beautiful human being. Congratulations on all of your success!
Thank you! You are so sweet and I will now follow your blog because of it :]
Did I seriously just watch a whole season of Glee in a week?
I AM AN ADULT.