Showing posts from February, 2013

Valentine's, Bend, and more!

Since my last post, which was only 2 weeks ago, several fun and exciting things have happened. I'll start from the beginning:

First, I had an interview with the Weight Watchers director in our region and it went incredibly well! She told me at the end of the interview that she thinks I will be a perfect addition to their team and that I will be hearing from her in a few weeks to let me know which meetings she has available for me to start working at! Initially I will most likely be a receptionist and then after some time learning the ins and outs of Weight Watchers from the business side, I will become a leader/facilitator of the meetings. I think this will really help me remain accountable as well as up to date on the latest news in Weight Watchers and fuel my passion for nutrition, health, and fitness. I also think it will be rewarding to help make an impact in the community by improving health, which is an extension of my position at St Luke's.

Next, Tyler and I were pretty …

An Update

So it has been another 2 months since I last updated my blog and the only excuse I have come with is grad school has kept me busy... even though I don't really think that is a very good excuse. Oh well, my goal is to try to update the blog at a minimum of monthly but ideally weekly. We shall see how that goes. So what have I been up to? Well I am glad you asked!

First off, as I mentioned, one of the activities keeping me busy is grad school. It's been going by pretty fast as I finish in a year from now and only started in June! It is nice because so many of the topics relate to my work making it all the more applicable and interesting. Speaking of work, I really enjoy my job and feel like I am really getting into the role. Education is definitely my niche and I am glad I have figured that out so early into my career. Tyler also is really enjoying his job. He has started teaching the beer making class every 3 weeks at work and is enjoying that. He also gets to go to Philadelphi…