Sounds like juicing is really working for you! I've been tempted to get a juicer, but since I haven't had a chance to try some of the recopies, I'm afraid I'll buy the juicer, make a couple of batches of juice, hate the taste, and then I will have wasted the money I spent on the juicer. However, a friend I work with has one, and she offered to bring it to work so I can try it out on my lunch hour. It sounds like it's a very healthy, positive way to take in nutritious foods! 1233 days ago
LOL the tennis court is my son's choice - every time I meet my goal (I reset my ticker every 2 kg - it feels far more achievable this way and I get to celebrate much more often ;-) Crusoe gets to choose the next ticker. Tennis would be almost my last choice! As I'm recovering from an eating disorder, and the daughter of an eating disorder NON recovered person, I can get pretty screwed up around notions of food and self etc. My bottom line of recovery is trusting myself. Hard to come by, but focuses me directly into self care and mindfulness. I'll look up Renee Stephens. Thanks for the tip!
Ha! I did join 25 lbs by Christmas team but 'unjoined' again because I realised I was just making things too complicated for myself! Trying to keep things simple. Nice to meet you, and thanks for the comment on my blog. I really like that statement you wrote "If we want something so bad why do we quit so much" - I'd seen it a while back and so true it is! The saboteur in us certainly has its reasons but I'm quietly saying "I hear you, but I'm not giving up this time." And just keep going. I don't know a lot about Joe Cross and his film - it seems to be more well known in the US than here. I have seen the trailer though. It looks interesting. Though like you said, I am doing this as a sustainable life-change and extreme measures just don't fit into that, in my book. Simple works for me. It's sustainable and less stressful.
Just keep going - you're doing great, Cap'n! 1318 days ago