High Five Friday #95
Aaaaah, Friday… how sweet that sounds.
Yesterday I wrote my final exam for Nutritional Symptomology II and then celebrated with a sushi dinner and a movie night with Eddie. Today, I don’t have much on the agenda other than the gym, some housework, and a tea date with a friend, but before I get too comfortable and relaxed celebrating the arrival of the weekend, let’s celebrate High Five Friday first! 😀
The following high fives were submitted to me via email. If you’d like to be featured in next week’s HFF please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org (read here for more details about what HFF is all about!)
Jan – “My High Five Friday this week is for doing a new PR on Deadlifts. I remember when I first starting doing them I didn’t really like them at all and now I love them and really enjoy trying to push myself to lift heavier.”
Miss Polkadot – “My High Five this week is for an article that I wrote for the newspaper I’m interning at. The topic didn’t sound like it was worth mentioning so I wasn’t keen they picked me to write it. But in the end I had fun coming up with the story and took a picture to go along with it the other editors complimented me for. It feels so good to be working in my field again.”
Susie – “After several YEARS of thinking about it, I have finally started my own blog suzlyfe.wordpress.com. People might remember when I guest posted my “tips for living awesomely” last year, and they can expect more of the same now on a regular basis!
Kelsey – “My HFF this week is a big one… I GOT THE JOB! I’ve accepted an Interior Designer position with a firm in Atlanta and am starting on Monday! Prayers answered and high fives all around!! So grateful for your encouragement!”
My high five this week will be for putting a lot of time, hard work, and research into the case study that I had to complete for my Nutritional Symptomology course. The case study was due yesterday and I worked so hard on it for the week prior to it being due. It was only 1 out of the 14 case studies I have to complete before I become an R.H.N., but I enjoyed every moment of it! I was so into the research, which made me realize how much passion I have for my profession and future career! 😀
What is your high five this week?
A big thanks to everyone who contributed to HFF this week! I always love hearing from you and celebrating your accomplishments!
Lots of love,