On Wednesday I had the Journey of a Champion crew film a day in my life. If you’re wondering why I’m being filmed, you can read about how I’m doing my first Triathlon and why there is a TV Show about it.
I used to imagine what it felt like to be Kim K, but not anymore. I don’t think I’ve ever had to live my life so many times, just to get right shot. The entire experience got me thinking about my life and how I live it. I don’t know what other 22 year olds feel but for me life feels like a constant roll of needing to achieve, and each achievement is only relevant for as long as it is not achieved. Once it is? Bye b*tch. Or maybe that’s just me.
It makes life tough you know, because I always feel like I’m not doing enough, I always want more. A part of me hopes I will outgrow this ravenous hunger, but the better part of me know that this is me, I am an achievement hungry millennial who won’t stop till she builds and empire.
Peeks in to the future Empire built. Stopping? Nope.
Okay, I think I’ve gone a bit off track. Here’s what a day in my life typically looks like and least the bits we were able to get on camera.
5:30am – Wake up
6:00am – Workout Session
8:30am – Breakfast
Today its’ Shashouka. You can use my recipe here, I served this with steamed asparagus and avocado. So good, the film crew even came off camera for a good helping of it.
9:00am – Cook, Photograph, Write, Blog, Schedule Meetings, Blog,
12:00pm- Get to work, work
3:00pm – Meetings
8:30pm – Leave work
9:00pm – Restaurant review/Meetings
11:00pm – Try to sleep, but mostly think about all the shit that didn’t get done that day
12:30pm – Sleep, repeat
*Somewhere in between, I eat my meals, I go on social media, I drive, I pan the next day, do emails, normal stuff.