Ok, so I've never had high blood pressure issues before, but about 3 weeks ago I was feeling funny and decided to check my blood pressure, it was high, and I've been checking it since, at times it's high other times it's normal.
I think I've figured out that caffeine is playing some roll, but it hasn't ever been a issue before. And before you say you need to eat right and exercise, I've been doing just that since april and have already lost 20 pounds so far by dropping from 215 to 195, I'm 6'1" btw for size ref. and have continued to eat right and exersize, why would it pop up all of a sudden.
Now I have been working swing since august last year and I've been drinking more caffeine then ever but I cant believe its just a caffeine issue.
He's currently the NFL's leader in sacks among active players, but I wonder is who knew what was going on, and when? why someone hasn't told him to stop playing for his own good before now is beyond me. he's been suffering from memory loss for over a year, before his latest concussion, dude will be wheel chair bound before he's 50 and the fact that the NFL allowed him to play to this point is beyond me....
I need some new music, I generally enjoy anything good, but I've been listening to the same group of artist for a while now and am looking for a change up. Unfortunately only one of the bands I listen to is releasing a album this year so it's a bit of a dry streak.
I did recently go on a '90's grunge binge since Nirvana got inducted to the HOF, and I have enjoyed it but would like to listen to some new stuff.
My favorites are Bluegrass and Folk music but really as long as its good I'm game.
Ok, as some might know, I, about a year ago got my first "Big Boy" job. I originally pursued and took the job for all the right reasons, aka looking to bring some financial stability to my life and a job with a defined career path going forward. I've hated the location but I thought taking the job was worth it.
I kinda knew when I took the job that it was going to be a lousy job in some ways, it already was notorious for having a high burnout rate, for example I'm currently on my 3rd set of co-worker over this last year, not counting management.
right now it's looking like, in part due to high staff turnover they may be looking to not offer a job advancement opertunity this year that was promised when I was originally hired(a big reason I took the job). Currently, I'm facing the tough choice of: do I want to tough it out for another year? or go ahead and start looking for another job in a less stressful situation and a better location?
Draw back would be that I'm pretty sure sticking anywhere for under 2 years is frowned upon in this field of work. And next year they would probably let me have the position outright instead of having to apply and go through a review board for it(same thing happened to someone last year, so it's happened before).
I'm honestly leaning more towards leaving but there is a part of me wondering if leaving this job before I get my goals finished would end up being a terrible idea in the long run. Right now I'm kinda damned if I do and damned if I don't.