Sunday, 29 May 2016

The Sunday Post #1: A Hard Week of Work



I decided to start writing posts on Sundays where I sum up my week, whether it's a boring week where I've been in the library revising, or whether I've been on an exciting adventure and can tell you the highlight of my week. I love reading posts like this, I feel like it gives you a great opportunity to get to know someone and not only that, but I think it'll be wonderful for me to look back in in years to come as a sort of diary. If I really don't have anything to tell you, I'm pretty sure this post will become a bit...miscellaneous. 

This week has been a boring one, and I write it feeling hungover from the celebrations of last night. I've been waking up at 8:30 every day during the week, drinking one of my PhD Woman Meal Replacement Shakes and heading to the gym for an hour long workout. Following my workout I have been going to revise in my University's new study centre, or at least trying to revise. Is it just me or do you guys find that when you need to be concentrating it's impossible?! 

I finally finished my exams on Saturday though, which was the best feeling after all the stress that I have put myself under for the past two months. I went out to celebrate which I am slightly regretting due to my now banging headache and stomach that feels as if I have been on a ship in the rockiest part of the sea for the past few hours. Nonetheless I am super excited to be able to start my summer and finally get back in to blogging regularly!

By the way, I am thinking of writing an updated gym routine and writing a post about these PhD Women Meal Replacement Shakes if anyone is interested? 
What have you been up to this week?

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  1. Ooh I would love to read about your gym routine! I've just recently gotten into fitness! It's half term holidays for me so I've just been relaxing and hanging out with friends... making the most of this bank holiday weekend too!
    Aleeha xXx
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