Halfway Through March? #TBT

Gooood afternoon! This morning started with a HUMID three mile run and the usual breakfast of eggs, bacon & fruit. I can tell that summer is nearing in Florida.

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Today feels like a Friday for me because tomorrow I'm heading up to Auburn University with my co-workers at the gym to attend the Evolve Fitness Conference!  I'll have a recap post up about the whole conference up after the weekend. Don't get me wrong, UF's gyms will always be my absolute favorite but I am SO excited to see Auburn's recreation facility, which is always ranked among the top in the nation.

Anyway, can we just stop and think for a hot minute how it is already halfway through March?! There's a month and a half left of school. In light of graduation right around the corner, I would like to do a quick #tbt and reflect on how awesome this entire year has been.

For one, I took a cross country road trip to Los Angeles before moving to NYC last summer for an internship. That was quite a crazy summer! One for the books. I might be back there this summer. IDK. Who knows??



And there was my last time going to Florida home games as a student. I will be back. My sister (chica with me in the above Brooklyn Bridge photo) got into UF and will be moving here in the summer. That's four more years that I can come back and pretend to be a student! #ItsgreatUF. ALWAYS.

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And just recently for spring break I was lucky enough to visit two new cities I had never been before, D.C. and Philadelphia. They're both awesome. Soon I will have a spring break post to share!

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I feel really grateful for all of the opportunities that have come my way. I tend to get stressed a lot on a daily basis with everything I have going on currently (school, job, internship,) but I know that everything I am doing is for a reason. I'm so ready for this last month and a half of school. Hopefully by May 2 I am employed. I just keep telling myself that the big things always work out. Isn't it true?