I've not blogged for a while but have been peeking in now and then.
I don't know about you but I have no idea where the summer has gone. I've been busy, with work being ever more demanding and then trying to have some kind of life.
The highlight has been to see my school friend married to a lovely chap and they did me the honour of asking me to be bridesmaid. Wandering around a top London hotel at 1 o'clock in the morning in my spotty travel pyjamas wasn't quite what I envisaged but the whole event was immense fun and an absolute privledge.
My thyroid has sort of been dragged along to keep up. There were times in the summer when I've been very hypo. However, as time goes on, I think I'm learning how to cope.
Having had two weeks out off the office I have come to realise just how exhausted I truely was. I can't keep up the swimming, seeing people in the evening and long hours in the office. I knew I was running on empty at the time but couldn't do anything about it.
So, I'm back but determined to balance things out a bit more in my favour. I'm going to have to be a bit stricter about the office hours and with winter around the corner suspect the evening socialising will decline anyway. Swimming, I've had a bit of a break and will get back into it but not necessarily with the focus I had in the summer.
Over to you: Anyone been through a similar educative process? How did you approach it? Any tips?