Wednesday, September 14, 2011

The Interview

Don't worry- I still have not worked out.

I sit here on the couch...yet again.  With plenty of time to go work out.  Beautiful weather right outside my door- it's around 70 degrees.  New apps on my phone that motivated me last week.  No no, instead I sit here and type to you while Basketball Wives rattles on in the background.

I just weighed in.  Up 6 pounds...still.  Surprise surprise.  I'm going to let you in on a little secret: eating nonstop...and NOT working out...will do this to you.

I think about working out more than I actually do it.

I had my second interview today.  I think it went really well; I've learned to quit trying to figure these things out though.  I went to lunch with my future boss before we met with the VP and I really really enjoy this guy.  Not in a romantic way (yes he's single and only a year younger than me)- I just think he is a very kind and good individual and I think it will be great working with him.  I'm excited.

The VP asked if I am a passionate person.  I wanted to laugh.  Is there anyone out there who doesn't think they're a passionate person?  He wanted examples.  I started floundering.  How do you give an example of how passionate you are.  You want to know about the time I got into physical blows with another girl over a guy or something?  (that never happened, btw)  So I told a story about my dad and the way I was raised, and I think I hit a home run...he was quiet and later said- 'that story about your family really struck a chord with me'.  I BETTER GET THAT JOB! ;)

I am excited about my life again- for the first time in a little while.  The last job took it out of me.  But it's slowly starting to creep back into me. :)  Makes me happy to know my heart rebounds!!




  1. That last sentence just made my day, Diz. It's true, and it's so lovely.

    Just like you!!!


  2. Hooray!!!! And yeah, always go with the tearjerker for the "passionate" question.

    As for the workouts, I am almost convinced I burn calories thinking about exercising. Then again, I'm the same woman who took seven weeks to lose one stupid pound... I might need to rethink that.

  3. I am so behind reading your posts! I hope you get your job & make the move. Passionate? lol He'll learn soon enough. =) We'll get moving soon. Love you.

  4. Good luck, Dizzy. I hope you get the job. :)

  5. FYI this girl misses you and hopes you are okay.

  6. Getting motivation and energy for regular trainings is one of the most important things when you start working out. Otherwise you won't achieve your goals. When I started going to the gym my friend advised me to try nutritional supplements. At that time I thought I did not need them, but I changed my mind after I've tried. It was little more than a month I've been taking Military Grade nutritional supplements, when I realized I did not feel fatigue in the end of the day. And even more: after workouts I still had energy to spare. As time went by, my shape was improving more and more. I was loosing fat and gaining muscles. Now I feel really fit!