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- January is turning out to be my best reading month in memory. I’ve been so fortunate to read some outstanding books this month. Part of my reading streak is thanks to being sick the past two weeks and only having the energy to sit and read. I finished One True Loves, What We Find, and Fool Me Once. All three were outstanding!
- There are definitely several books that I’m really excited to read this year and have been looking forward to their release, and for some reason I’m really anxious to get my hands on this book next week. I’ve been dying to read it.
- I’ve been fighting a sinus infection for over a week, missed a few days of work, and finally went to the doctor, who put me on antibiotics. Thankfully the medicine is super strong and started working rather quickly, the only drawback is that it makes me restless and wired, so sleep isn’t happening. And if it is, it’s very fitful. The lack of sleep is catching up, and I’m looking forward to the weekend and being able to stay in bed a few extra hours.
- Work is super busy right now, too. I don’t try to wish the days away, but I will be glad when this week is over. We don’t have much planned for the weekend, either, and I’m okay with that.
- Didn’t try too many new recipes this past week, except for Crockpot Italian Chicken, which I loved. Made a few old favorites that I’d forgotten about – Stuffed Green Pepper Soup and Johnny Marzetti. Can never go wrong with either of those – they’re great comfort food!
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Recently Finished Reading
#FitReaders co-hosted by Felicia @ Geeky Bloggers Book Blog and Jen @ That’s What I’m Talking About. I joined FitReaders, because I thought it would be a great way to help me stay motivated. It’s always more fun with support of your blog friends!
Sinus infection and being exhausted from it really hindered my workout schedule this week. I’m slowly trying to build my endurance back up without overdoing it. I ran a mile yesterday morning and two miles this morning. I’m hoping by the end of the weekend I’ll be able to do my normal 5k and not feel like I’m dying! I know I needed the break, but I really hate when I’m sick and can’t run. That daily exercise is such an important part of my routine and makes me feel so much better.