Einstein was a genius. We know this. I have discovered it anew this week. Among many things, Einstein's combined theories of relativity posit that the faster you move the slower time passes as measured against a stationary object. This has been the story of my life lately. I know scientists hate it when physical principals are applied to human interaction, but it is applicable here, so I will. With the day job and the show and my family and my run last week seemed to have more hours in it than usual. I got so much done. Yes I was tired and my weight results were less than what I would hope, but for three years I let things happen to me and I felt this week more in control of my destiny than at any other time in my life. Then this week I have four evenings in a row off. And the test begins. It is going to be easy to slip back into a more leisurely pace, but if I can capture the feeling of the last few weeks I can do so much. I don't think I need to actually stay as busy, especially since a little rest has already helped my health and weight (I am down about 5 pounds so far this week). I just need to keep the urgency and momentum. This week has been a good continuation. I got new headshots taken Tuesday, got them printed at Walgreens (time was short) yesterday, and had an audition with Marriott today. And it was a pretty good audition. We'll see how it turns out. I think the key is going to be staying vigilant and aware. I need to keep asking myself what I have done for my health AND career lately. Before I post a couple of the headshots a bit of housekeeping. Because I work early this Saturday I will be doing my weigh in on Sunday again this week. It is going to give a truer and more consistent number if I don't do my weigh in 4 hours earlier than I usually do.