Friday, February 14, 2014

New Place, New Space!

It's been almost two weeks since I moved into my new place and it has been a whirlwind. I must have offended Mother Nature somehow because she was not trying to work with me. I was supposed to move into my apartment on Wednesday, the 29th, but because of snow I had to push that back to Friday, and then because of indirect effects of the snow I wasn't able to move in until Saturday. Everything worked out in the end though so I'm very grateful. I started my new position on the 3rd and so far it's been great. The people I work with are really nice and that's helped make my transition much easier.  Funny thing is we just dealt with another bout of snow, so my office was closed for a couple of days. I think Atlanta officials wanted to be extra cautious this time after how disastrous things were a couple of weeks ago. Anyway, I've had my fill of snow. It was fun for a little while but now I'm ready for warm weather. Fortunately the forecast for next week looks very promising, sunny and in the sixties, so I'm all smiles. Here are some pictures from the past couple of weeks:

Disclaimer: I know this blog is about being the healthiest version of yourself but a part of being healthy is balance and knowing when to indulge. With that being said, there are some pictures of some "not healthy" foods below. *Gasps* I know...you'll get over it!

Moving day attire! Who says you can't be cute and comfortable?!
It's come a long way since the picture. At some point I'll share with you how it's set up.
The Sunday after I moved in my sister and I hit up this brunch spot and I ordered this insanely delicious Cajun Shrimp and andouille sausage hash and she had the equally delicious apple pie stuffed french toast.

After my first day of work we went to a Mexican restaurant and for dessert I had to order churros with ice cream! I'm always down for some churros.
Getting ready to go out and buy yet more stuff for my apartment. When you move to a new place I swear you're buying little things here and there for at least the first month. 
The first thing I made in my kitchen was baked chicken and squash. See, I got things back on track!


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