Switching from thinking to doing…

Today was a full, if not overly strenuous, day.

I ended up sleeping later than I would have liked, then covered the bookstore today. Unfortunately, the store was pretty much dead today, but on the bright side I did get a good jump on photo-editing for one of the clients I had last week.

Speaking of clients, I headed straight from the store out into the county to meet a family for a mix of grad and family photos. Now that I’ve got a few sessions under my belt things are coming together nicely. I’m definitely getting more confident in my directions and my posing of people. I know I’ve a lot left to learn, but I have come a long way from where I was.

This evening I relaxed in front of the television for awhile, watching a couple of last seasons episodes of SEAL Team which I still had yet to finish. I’m just about to the season finale, and things are definitely heating up on the show. It will be interesting to see how they concluded the season, considering the story arcs that are currently in play. SEAL Team is one of the few shows I’m looking forward to coming back.

I definitely do not watch as much television as I used to, which is not a bad thing. I’m not gaming as much either. I keep reminding myself that I need to take some downtime and do what I enjoy, because with everything on my plate right now, between work and school, I don’t have much downtime. That’s not a complaint, just a reminder to myself that I need to ease off the gas every so often to keep from burning out.

I know one priority I need to make has been one that I am having a hell of a time with: my health. I’m the heaviest I’ve been in quite a while. I know I need to make fitness a priority, but somehow it always seems to be the first casualty of my schedule.

I keep telling myself that “I’m going to get into shape” but without concrete goals or plans no headway ever seems to be made. In short, I need to go from the thinking and planning stage to the doing stage, and I need to do it sooner rather than later.

Kevin

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