Sophie’s Diary: It’s so tiring thinking about what to do to pass the time!

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Spending the next five months of my life doing absolutely nothing is relatively daunting. Of course, my name is down to work as many hours as possible as I can to work at the Canalside, however I’m not to sure what the rest of my time will be spent doing now I don’t have to go into university every day. No doubt I’ll end up writing a couple of articles here and there, but that’s about it. And so, with that being said, I’ve started my search to find something to completely and utterly throw myself into for the next half of this year until I return to my studies.

Of course, there is always the option of more modelling. Since we broke up for summer three weeks ago, I’ve been in front of a camera five days out of seven per week. Although it does take up a lot of my time and even though I do enjoy it, it’s a lot of hard work and I’ve been left feeling quite exhausted. Modelling is fun – just not so much when you’re passed out in bed after a day’s work.

I’ve started my search to find something to completely and utterly throw myself into for the next half of this year

As I mentioned a month or so ago, I have let my fitness regime slip since I started studying and gave up gymnastics. All the laziness as certainly started to catch up on me and the scales don’t lie when they tell me I’ve put on a solid amount of weight since giving up the tumbling. Although I started going to the gym around the same time I wrote my last fitness article, there has been a slight improvement in my health. However I think I can do more, and so after signing up for a 5K with my mum – which takes place at the start of June, I’ve decided that one way or another, running is going to be partially the thing to keep me entertained until I go back.

I think regardless of what I end up doing, whether modelling or running, either way I’m going to end up shattered. I won’t complain though – I’d rather be tired doing something than exhausted doing nothing.