It’s been a take a bath morning. I woke up with my heart rate at 130bpm now I dont know if I had nightmares or what but moving slow helps so thats what I did. I thought a bath could help and it did, by the time it was done I was down to 65bpm. There’s times where my bpm is 45 and it can go to 130 or sometimes higher, I have a smartwatch to help me monitor my sleep, heart rate and my steps/exercise. It’s a handy way to keep track of it all while not being something thats huge and bulky and hard to carry. Smartwatches (Fitbit, Samsung, apple watches) are all essentially the same thing, something to monitor/keep track of lots of things while also keeping you up to date on when someones trying to reach you, reminders, playing music and more, I think it’s a worthy investment and very helpful to all.
I’ve been making an iced version of a Caramel Oatmilk latte lately and greatly enjoy it, I’ll put 1-2 ice cubes in the coffee then get both milk’s frothed (i use a coffee creamer and plain oat milk) and I sometimes add some pumpkin pie spice to the top if I want to feel fancy. I also drink my coffee with a straw so I can mix it up easier and it lowers the risk of me spilling/dropping anything.
I used to work at a coffee counter and I miss working there, I enjoyed making speciality drinks and watching as people enjoyed them. I miss the people too, I was in a big enough building and there was always something happening and the people in the building included me in many of the festivities, it was so fun and I have many good memories and met some amazing people because of it! I also got to learn many things that have helped me to this day and im very grateful and appreciative to those who taught me something while I was there.
Thats it for today, im all worded out! I’ve written 3 posts today so ill see you soon!
Till Next Time,
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