TGIT: I Can Has Sleep Now?

Thank goodness it’s Thursday! It’s hard to believe that it’s already nearing the end of January (where does the time go?). As Monday nears, I’m thinking a lot about what I want my goals for February to be. I’m happy that I’ve gotten in the habit this month of using my to-do list more productively than I have been in a while, but I definitely didn’t achieve my original goal of scheduling all my time. (On the bright side, I {Read More}

Food is Fuel

On Thursdays, I typically eat pretty lightly. While I have my normal breakfast, my lunch tends to be something grabbed very quickly – a cup of soup or a protein bar – since I have to leave the office early to fly home, and I want to get as much done as possible before I go. Since my dinner is on the plane, I usually grab either a sandwich or some summer rolls/sushi to bring with me. Certainly nothing earth {Read More}

TGIT: Crushing It At Crossfit

I woke up this morning with a start to my alarm – it was too dark and all I wanted was to go back to sleep. But after hitting snooze, I realized I was waking up and wasn’t going to get back to bed. Besides, I had planned a lifting workout. Time to go! I wouldn’t say I killed it at the gym by any means – I wasn’t using heavier weights than the last time and I wasn’t getting {Read More}


As you probably know from complaining posts I’ve written in the past, I’m starting to get really exhausted of my travel schedule lately. The other day, someone pointed out that my 7 days between going up to Albany to see my dad and Monday when I went to work was probably my longest time not getting on a plane in a while. And when I thought about it, that was exactly true. I can’t remember the last time I was {Read More}

Managing myself: the weekend plan

It’s time for my favorite part of the work week… the flight home! Okay, half-kidding about that. I’m actually really loving my job more and more now that I’m moving into a managerial role – I’m totally a people-person, and I love making task lists and organizing things, so it suits me really well. Of course, management has its challenges – it’s scary to be the one that’s blamed if anything goes wrong, and I have to quadruple-check everything – {Read More}