I also picked out my outfit the night before (although I still ended up changing my clothes at least two times before I left the house) and packed my backpack. I even made my breakfast. If you frequently read healthy living blogs, then you may understand what I mean when I say that I made overnight oats.
1 min jumping jacks (warm up)
Chest Presses (3 sets/15 reps/12 pounds)
Chest Flies (3 sets/15 reps/12 pounds)
Triceps Extensions (3 sets/15 reps/12 pounds)
Standing military shoulder press (3 sets/15 reps/10 pounds)
Alternating front/side raises (2 sets/5 reps each side/5 pounds)
Standing row (3 sets/15 reps/10 pounds)
bicep curls (3 sets/15 reps/8 pounds)
Circuit of three sets of 15 of: squats/side leg raises (both sides)/back leg raises (both sides)/sumo squats
Finished with 3-5 minutes of assorted ab work
I also went on the elliptical for five minutes since I had some extra time.
I then drove to my Chicago school, which took me a good hour and ten minutes (it took me a lot less time to get home). In Chicago, the traffic begins early. I had trouble pulling out of my subdivision at 6:45 am!
The good news is that I love biology. It is so easy for me to understand, and I actually enjoy it! I can't say the same thing about chemistry. I know for a fact that I'm going to struggle with it. I just have to work hard and make good use of my teacher's office hours. For my harder chem classes in the future (organic chem...), I will probably need a tutor. Well, we'll just have to see. I have a few doctors in my family, so I may get tutoring for free!
After my bio class, I drove home and made lunch. I made a mug of much-needed vanilla caramel tea (I had two during lunchtime) and assembled a fun lunch plate.
The only issue is that they weren't in the mood to pose for the camera. There is Buffy. She is wearing the Spring Florals collection.
Time to curl up with my biology book....