Posted on May 1st, 2019 in Blog
- Work: I mean, it’s been another while that I’ve blogged but it isn’t entirely my fault…Just been crazy this month with starting a new job and just adjusting to it. I wish it was that simple but I’m getting into the flow of it. Everyone is quite nice and I believe that I made a lot of good friends there and I couldn’t be happier because that’s just how I am. I make friends and we all stick together and become good ones. My schedules usually follows 9-5pm on the weekdays and 3-11pm on the weekends which I don’t necessarily mind as the hours just fly by at how busy we are and I mean it, we’re always swamped. Always, always, always and that’s job security for ya. Job security is the best to have but good news always follows as I am often praised by not only the store/general manager of the store but also everyone else. I guess, I found my niche and the job that’s important for me.
- Weight: Speaking of my job, I went from 226 lbs to 218 in one month. ONE MONTH! That is just unbelievable but it helps me achieve my dreams of being healthy and healthy enough to have children, which I am still debating on due to my genetic problems such as mental illness and physical ones. It helps that by the end of the year that I might reach 190 lbs or better yet, something quite grand.
- Health: I had an MRI…
MRI(Magnetic resonance imaging is a medical imaging technique used in radiology to form pictures of the anatomy and the physiological processes of the body in both health and disease. MRI scanners use strong magnetic fields, magnetic field gradients, and radio waves to generate images of the organs in the body)
And I have Degenerative disk disease is when normal changes that take place in the disks of your spine cause pain. Spinal disks are like shock absorbers between the vertebrae, or bones, of your spine. They help your back stay flexible, so you can bend and twist. As you get older, they can show signs of wear and tear.
- And it through this, that I’ll find the cause of my immense back and leg pain, and it’s happening Monday, the 6th of May, which gives me the most anxiety and no doubt, that I spent a lot on it, already reaching my deductible for my out of pocket insurance which now, will have my insurance covering 80% of my out of pocket procedures. I guess, whatever answer I get, it isn’t pretty and I shouldn’t worry too much but the fear I have and pain I’ve encountered in my body, will finally get the treatments they deserve. I guess, I’m anxious for a reason despite me working 3-11pm on weekends but I can do it. I can, most definitely.
- New layout coming ^^