Life update #2

I had a planned surgery on May 15th, and as far as I know, it went well. I’m currently spending most of my days on the couch with my feet up high, hoping the wound will heal quickly. I had to get a couple of stitches so I hope it’ll go well. Getting them removed at the end of the month so looking forward to that. I’ll probably be stuck with crutches or a light wheelchair for a long time but that’s fine with me. I just hope the wound will heal completely, I’ve had a chronic wound for almost two decades so if it goes away then that will be great.

Apart from that, I’ve actually been reading more lately! I think my love for reading got rekindled after I found a page where I could download a lot of PDF’s, so I got to explore new books and new genres. I’ve read through three books in just a few weeks so I feel really accomplished.

As for anything else, my life has been put on pause while I heal so I don’t get to do many physical things. I worked out a lot before the surgery but I can’t do that now since I can’t put any weight on my left foot. So any workout goals will have to wait.

I guess not too much has happened so there isn’t much to talk about. I’m just glad I’m finished with the surgery and I can’t wait to see how it turned out.

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Life update #1

As you can tell, this blog has been inactive for quite some time now. It has even changed it’s name, removed all of it’s posts and now it is a blank canvas for me to shape into what I want it to be. I was really unhappy with my blog. It was uninspiring, it just sucked every penny out of me when it comes to reviewing stuff and I just wasn’t having fun. So what have I been up to?

Since February 6th, I have been on an extended sick leave, and I still am. I have had an injury in my leg for nearly 20 years, and haven’t been able to do much with it. But now I’m having surgery on the 15th of May. So that will be “exciting”. Maybe I’ll be able to live without chronic open wounds for the first time in almost two decades. Would save me a lot of money when it comes to medical supplies.

I’ve applied to a university in a city called Kristiansand. It’s three hours south of where I live now and I’m really looking forward to moving there, assuming that I get accepted, of course. I applied for a bachelor degree in International Communication and Translation. Looking forward to that!

Apart from that, nothing new has happened, except for this whole revamp. This seems to happen once a year, but hopefully this will be the last time. I’m glad to still see you here with me, and I look forward to writing here again. Hope you’ve all been okay.