When I Feel My Dumbest
I love my George Foreman. The grill gets so much use in the winter time.
It turned out great! Perfectly cooked, and paired with some honey mustard sauce made from Greek yogurt, honey, and spicy brown mustard.
Workout & Breakfast
This morning I crawled out of bed, coffee’d, BCAA’d and headed to the gym for some sprints. I was actually quite sore from yesterday’s workout, so took my time warming up with some walking and then jogging for a good 15 minutes.
Then, I completed this workout, and did about 10 sprints in between easy jogging to get in my intense cardio for workout for the work week.
Back home, I refueled with a cherry smoothie:
From breakfast to a little conversation I had with my mom yesterday…
When I Feel My Dumbest
I’m one of those people who talks to my mom nearly every single day – at least every other day. On my way to and from work, I have a solid 20 minutes of no interruptions, and if I’m not listening to CNN radio, then I’m likely on the phone with my mom or a friend.
Yesterday on my way home from work, we got to talking leaving ridiculous voicemails. I proclaimed myself the worst voicemailer in the history of the universe. I swear, I feel my dumbest after leaving goofy, rambling voicemails.
They typically start with an excited greeting “Hiiiii, __(insert name)__! It’s me Paige” then go on to continuous rambling for a minute or so, before finally making my point, and then rounding it out with a zinger like, “so, ummm, just call me back when you can! Ok! Thanks! Ok byyyye!”
Yeah, notsoswift. There are some times after I leave a voicemail where I just shake my head in shame. Luckily, these fly off the seat of my pants voicemails are usually left on friends and family’s message systems. I tend to rehearse if it’s going to be important, and even then can’t make any promises
Also – this makes me completely aware of those who leave good voicemails, and I’ve been known to actually compliment people who I hear leave awesome voicemail messages.
Please tell me I’m not alone on this.
OK, I need to go boost my confidence again. I suppose my workplace is a good place to get that job done, so I should probably go get ready. Have a good one!
Are you good at leaving voicemails? If so, teach me your ways, oh wise one!