Thursday, March 8, 2012

Three Things Thursday

1.  So, I started my new job yesterday and so far, so good.  I’m really looking forward to learning more about my position in the next several weeks.

2.  I’m exhausted.  I got up early on my first day at work and ran on the treadmill.  I got up early again today to hit the gym.  Tomorrow I’m planning on getting up early to run with the husband.  And of course I’ll be up early on Saturday for my long run.  Sleep is overrated.  And despite how exhausted I am at the end of each day, I wouldn’t change a thing.

3.  This is the lamest three things Thursday post I’ve done so far.  All that is going on over here is sleeping, eating, working, and running.  I think it’s going to take me a while to get back into a routine.  I haven’t had time for reading blogs in my Google Reader or even checking Facebook or Twitter.  {I gave up Facebook and Twitter on my iPhone temporarily because it was too distracting – I say I’ve given it up for Lent but I’m not sure how long it will last.  I may cave before Lent is over – or it may go longer.  So far, I’m not missing it because I felt was too connected to the phone all the time and not connected enough to the life going on around me.} 

 

What’s on your mind today?  When do you fit in your “social media” interactions during the day?

3 comments:

christa said...

When I am at work I am disconnected. I don't have a smart phone so I can't do anything on there, and everything is blocked at work so no email or fb. I can read blogs but not respond or blog.
Glad work is going well for you!!

Suz and Allan said...

I typically work on the computer in the morning and once I'm done working then I catch up on blogs. When I first wake up I check emails and a few other apps before I actually get out of the bed. I'm very fortunate that I have a lot of free time during the day when Allan is at work to do both my jobs and have time for social media.

That Pink Girl said...

Glad to hear you are enjoying your new job so far! Changing your routine significantly can ake time to adjust - sounds like you have the right attitude about it!
I gave up FB and Twitter for Lent. Deleted the apps from my phone to avoid temptation. I've noticed my battery doesn't run down during the day now. Clearly I was too connected!