Playing catch-up for the 12 week #NewBodyMakeover and just tried to do the workout. I’m so unfit. Literally couldn’t run more than 500m. So ashamed. Haha. Also only got through one set of the HIIT and didn’t do the cardio blast at all. Oh well, only my second day back to working out in about 6 months.
Had a day off today so I made lentil burgers using the recipe I learnt while I was in the Seychelles. I’ve been meaning to make them ever since I got back because they literally sustained me for the 2 months I was there. SO DELISH. Can’t wait to cook them later :)
I started working out again like, an hour ago and I’m doing the new blogilates calendar thing. Dec 2, wrecked my abs. I literally can’t sit up without assistance now. I’m so weak. Why oh why did uni have to consume so much time that I got squishy.
So I got this really amazing email from my Genetics course coordinator yesterday and I haven’t responded yet because I don’t know what’s happening but it’s an amazing opportunity if I don’t get into Vet Science next year and ahhhh adult things and decisions and ACTUAL LAB RESEARCH that means something.
Here it is:
I just thought I would let you know that your final mark for BIOL2202 placed you in the top 5% of the class. Congratulations! It’s widely seen as being a difficult course, so this is no small achievement.
In addition to being the coordinator of BIOL2202 Genetics, I’m also a member of the SCMB Honours committee. Speaking in that role, I can say that you’ve clearly got the talent to make you competitive for the most popular laboratories we have in the School. If you are interested in finding out more about how Honours works, or would like some help finding a research group to join, I’d be happy to get together and give you some advice. While getting the project you are after is a competitive process, with your performance you will likely be able to pick what you want provided you get in early enough.