I believe 'life is too short to spending washing dishes.' Or doing or feeling anything other than what we really want. With your support, I want to lose the 20 lbs I've gained over the last 20 years. I live in Oregon and love the outdoors. I'm a gardener, a fly fisherman, a breast cancer survivor and a traveler. I retired as a physician 4 years ago to pursue my passions. Life is short.
My goal is to Free Dawn. The best person I can be is trapped inside extra pounds, unhealthy habits and poor motivation. I want to make exercise something I crave, not something I endure. I want to make healthy eating a joy, not a deprivation. I want to learn to "look at myself with eyes of understanding and love."
1 Drink water
2 Do some kind of exercise daily
3 Eat at least 2 real meals daily, no starving.
I live with my husband in Eugene, OR. We retired a few years ago, and have been traveling, something I was always too busy to do when I was working as a child psychiatrist. I love gardening, and am a master gardener. I have been fly fishing for years, and have been involved in fishing/conservation organizations. I love hiking and camping, and any activity that gets me outdoors.
Since retiring, which was related to having breast cancer diagnosis, I have traveled to Patagonia (to fly fish), China, Tibet, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and through central America. Last summer we spent camping and fishing in the Yukon and northern British Columbia, and this year we have been doing more local Oregon adventures, with a trip to Hawaii and New York thrown in.
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| current weight: 141.6