As soon as we get into the office at around 10:00, Keiley and I both set up shop in the yellow room to check the news and social media --Keiley will randomly show me Facebook videos of adorable babies and kittens, which I appreciate very much. After muscling through a productive two-hour binge working session, we leave at exactly 12:30 for lunch. Keiley and I walk two blocks down Bagley Avenue to Honey Bee's grocery store where I buy my amazingly cheap yet delicious meal.
Coming back to the office after lunch, we usually have a meeting with one of our amazing co-workers to discuss anything from ideas for our economic impact report to what band they play in-shoutout to Wayne for being in 3 bands at once! An afternoon at Build Institute would not be complete without Keiley getting her black coffee with a smidgen of honey. Rounding out our day would include me working on a guilty sugar-high after having devoured at least 5 or 6 Hershey kisses while listening to Maroon 5's Songs About Jane album.
Work-wise, Keiley and I have mainly been consumed with trying to gather the appropriate data and format for our final deliverable. Additionally, we are also assembling a directory of Build grads that perhaps might make its way into the 5-year anniversary Build Institute book.
At around 5:15, as our co-workers begin to trickle out of the office, we set off on our bikes back to University Towers. The only difference between journeying to and from Build is the heat and the bustling crowds.
From 5:45 to almost 7:00, Raymond and I workout in a 3-day cycle (back and bicep, chest and tricep, shoulders and core). And yes, we usually skip leg-day. Coming back to University Towers is super relaxing and mostly consists of either watching Netflix, random Youtube videos, or going to Treat Dreams. At around 12:30, I'm completely exhausted and need my sleep.