Today I had training in the city. Training I’d already done twice before. Despite that, my day went okay. I woke up extra early to finish cleaning in preparation for the inspection that was happening today while I was at work. I then got ready and raced out the door to the bus stop.
The morning was a bit crazy, as I’d gone to the normal building we usually have training in, to find nobody there. After asking another colleague who was already with the trainer where he was, it turns out they were in a different building up the road (the building, it turns out, where I had my original interview for the job all those weeks ago). I wasn’t the only person who made that mistake…it seems like half group did. By the time everyone finally found their way to the right address, the session was already 15 minutes behind. What a mess.
Anyway, we had one of the trainers that I’d had through my induction and he’s really good (and kind of cute) so that was fun, despite the boring topics that I could practically recite in my sleep. We had a lot of laughs and, best of all, got let out over an hour early. I love love love getting out early as it means I’m not crammed into a peak hour train, and I get home quicker. So much win!
I also got confirmation that I’m going to be at my temporary store for another week, which I’m really happy about as the manager there already told me if I was going to be with them, he was changing my roster to 9-5 every day, instead of the obscure late shifts I’d been given. So happy! I hate late shifts so this works out fantastically. Plus, I’ve come to really like the team there so spending another week with them is going to be great.
My food for the day was pretty good. After all the early morning cleaning, I ran out of time for breakfast so I grabbed a Boost Juice on the way to training. I accidentally ordered a large one instead of small, but only managed to get through about half (which is why I wanted a small one in the first place! Whoops). I had banana bread for morning tea…probably my worst food choice of the day, but I think that makes today a good one. I could have done a lot worse! For lunch, I got dragged out to the local food court (I’d bought lunch but I didn’t want to carry it around with me). I’ll admit, I was extremely tempted to buy fast food. It all smelt so good! But my colleague insisted we eat healthy (luckily) so we got yoghurt instead. I also got a diet coke, but I couldn’t even manage to get through half the bottle. I really am turning a corner!
During the afternoon, the guy who was supposed to inspect my house (and whom I’d been cleaning for the past three days for) told me that he’d forgotten to bring the spare keys and would I be home to let him in later? I told him there’s no chance of that so he had to reschedule. Urgh, seriously?! You had one job! Bring the keys! Very irritating as now I’m gonna have to do a big vacuum and whatnot next Wednesday too. Don’t get me wrong, I actually don’t mind vacuuming, but trying to get all the hair up is a big job…and by next week it’ll be like I never did it. Living with a golden retriever basically means you live in a house constantly confetti’d with fur. Especially if you don’t have time (or patience) to constantly stay on top of it.
After getting home, I was really craving junk again. Fish and chips in particular. This has always been one of my absolute favourite meal choices, so it was very hard to shake the craving. I just tried to force it out of my mind, and decided I’d just make Lite n Easy Crumbed Fish instead. It’s basically the boring, healthy version of fish and chips, but with a bucketload of veggies on the side. This was probably one of the worst LnE meals I’ve had, though I guess that’s more because my mind was wanting me to tuck into greasy, salty fish and chips and it got bland fish and veggies instead. Anything would seem bad when it’s put like that!
As I caught public transport, my step count finished up at over 7500, which is really good for me! And on top of that, because I had a decent day, my calorie count was under my daily goal limit for the first time in a long while. Hells yeah!
Today I also – finally – got my old blog posts back from MySpace, written back when I was 15-19, all 75 of them. I’ve only had a chance to read through a few of them (they send it to you in a basic format so it’s absolutely littered with HTML code so it makes it difficult to decipher), but it bought back so many memories! So many adventures, long-gone worries and friends I don’t speak to any more. Also, so many cringeworthy things I told the world about back then. I’ve got a couple I want to share with you, but that will have to wait. It’s really late and I have work tomorrow. Stay tuned though, they’ll be coming!
(Side note, if any of you used to post on MySpace, I’d recommend requesting for them back. So good to have access to them now that the website doesn’t show them through profiles or support blogging any more! Embarrassing or not, I hate knowing parts of me are gone.)
How was your day today?