Passed my SaveFirst Tax preparer exam! My Saturday volunteering will start next week. Today I meant to jog, but instead danced the afternoon away, then went to J&R's (a local restaurant) for karaoke with friends from Judson and MMI. Dancing was much more fun than jogging... and singing was practice for my Monday 9am voice lesson with Dr. Betty. (Or at least I convinced myself that it was!)
I had to study last night to make up for the day off and am intermittently drafting blogs and working on online Bioethics and Biochemistry homework right now because I didn't study today either, as I was volunteering at the Ultimate Trail Horse competition in Montgomery. Emily Fitzgerald, a current Judson student competed. Kayla Jones, a Judson alum did, as well. The competition was very impressive!
I've been practicing a little bit of Zumba Meringue in my study breaks tonight.. Everyone in Spanish 102 got to learn a little last class! It's nice having a workout incorporated into Spanish class! Not sure if it'll be a regular thing. Hope so!
Between all of my classes, I'm sure I'll stay in shape, even if there isn't time to jog. Not only is there the small bit of dance in Spanish, but there are required nutrition logs in Biochemical Nutrition via the government website mypyramidtracker.com, and then of course a good workout in ballet class! I love the idea of getting a grade for working out and keeping track of my diet!
Unfortunately, being healthy is not required to do well in Biochemical Nutrition..I was halfway hoping to get a bit more work out incentive from the course. E.g. You can't pass if you don't have a well rounded diet and exercise an hour daily! On the other hand, it's probably good for my sanity that the class isn't that extreme. It does take time to work out and eat well. The log will help me a lot I'm sure and mypyramidtracker.com is quite fun. I was excited to see that it even breaks diet down according to vitamins!