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First BLC Wide Weeklong Challenge

Monday, April 18, 2011

This past weekend was the first official weekend of the BLC 16 challenge, and to kick off the weekend there was a BLC 16 wide challenge for the weekend. The goals for the weekend were:

B - BLOG/JOURNAL - Sit down every day of this Challenge and either make your plan or anylize your day/Progress. Keep your FOCUS and Decide what you deserve a pat on the back for, and what still might need a little tweaking. 5 pts per day

L - LIST YOUR CALORIES - If you Bite it, You Write It; If you sip it, script it; Every Nibble, be SURE to, you get the idea. We all can get Dieters amnesia. Though when we write it down, we cannot forget...and it will help to hold us Accountable...It will give us an idea of our food patterns and areas that we may be able to improve upon. It lets us KNOW Where we stand on the day. 5 pts per day

C - CARDIO/STRENGTH - Choose either or do both...Why not do both at the same time...This is YOUR Challenge...Do what YOU can. Work at your own fitness level...but think of this wonderful new challenge and WHY you are on this journey and work it out...5 pts for every 20 minutes up to 15 pts per day

+ Bonus 5 pts for Completing All Three Levels. You do NOT have to max out the "C" to get the bonus.
Perfect Score 30 per day MAX

Instead of blogging about my weekend plans and my analysis for each day, I wrote it down in my health journal that I keep--since I already keep a daily fitness/health journal, it was the logical place for me.

I am... ambivalent about my success (or lack there of) this weekend.

I am usually pretty good about tracking my food so it was not hardship to track every day. But I was sick last week and it was a stressful week as well (not a bad week, but one of those weeks where a lot of stuff happened at once and being sick didn't help). The end result was that I didn't hit my minimum calorie goal once all weekend...the only reason I was hitting even the bottom of my calorie goals during the week was because I had a sore throat and was craving ice cream. So even though I wasn't binging on food, it also wasn't a particularly healthy diet and I didn't eat nearly enough protein or fruits and vegetables. I was active enough I know I should have been hungrier than I was (I didn't quite meet my calories burned goal for the week, but I was close).

Exercise wise it was also a mixed bag, mostly because I had it turned out unrealistic expectations due to asthma. I had planned to exercise (Zumba) on Friday and then planned as my exercise for Saturday moving all the furniture and gardening supplies back onto our balcony. As we have a large balcony, with a number of cabinets for storage as well as furniture for sitting on, I figured that was enough of a work out. Unfortunately, I found out after I did my zumba work out that I had to move everything on Friday... so I ended up with an hour of zumba and then an hour, later, moving furniture etc. On Saturday, I did go for a bit of a walk, though it got shortened by rain. Unfortunately, I've been fighting asthma all weekend so it wasn't much of a walk, even before I gave up for the rain. I had planned to fence on Sunday--I had been looking forward to it all week, in fact--but I was having such a hard time breathing that morning that my husband forbade me from going. Probably wise, but I was very disappointed. Instead, I took Sunday as a rest day. Today I had hoped to get in at least an hour of exercise--ideally 10 minutes of zumba and then an hour on the treadmill. I got in the zumba, but I only made it through 30 minutes on the treadmill because I couldn't breathe.

It's not that I'm that out of shape, I know that intellectually. I know it's my asthma. I know that spring (and fall) are particularly hard times for my allergies and that the cold I had last week probably aggravated that, and that if I take care of myself and take my medications I will feel better and be able to be active again, to fence and dance and bike and maybe try my hand at kayaking later this spring/summer, but at the moment it's hard not to be discouraged when even a relatively light workout has me gasping for air like a drowning fish.

But, on the flip side, I did work out. I did track my food, and I did write about the weekend. Maybe I didn't get a perfect score on the weekend challenge (and to be honest, I wasn't expecting one) but I scored decently. I'm mostly disappointed in myself because I really wanted to fence and my body wouldn't let me, but I'll have other opportunities. And if I didn't eat enough, at least I didn't binge eat; even with the ice cream I've been eating I didn't over do my calories.

So hopefully this week's weigh in won't be dreadful.

My score (it's a little early, as I haven't actually eaten dinner yet and will probably be adding some kind of snack or vegetable or something tonight, but I've tracked what I know and will add anything that gets added later, so I'm not worried about that part),

Friday, April 15 - Points: __30___ (30 max/day)
__5___ Blog/Journal (Plan/Analyze) (5 pts)
__5___ List Calories (Nutrition Tracking) (5 pts)
__15___ Cardio/Strength (5 pts for 20 Fitness mins, max 15 pts)
__5___ Bonus - All 3 (5 pts)

Saturday, April 16 - Points: __20___ (30 max/day)
__5___ Blog/Journal (Plan/Analyze) (5 pts)
__5___ List Calories (Nutrition Tracking) (5 pts)
__5___ Cardio/Strength (5 pts for 20 Fitness mins, max 15 pts)
__5___ Bonus - All 3 (5 pts)

Sunday, April 17 - Points: __10___ (30 max/day)
__5___ Blog/Journal (Plan/Analyze) (5 pts)
__5___ List Calories (Nutrition Tracking) (5 pts)
_____ Cardio/Strength (5 pts for 20 Fitness mins, max 15 pts)
_____ Bonus - All 3 (5 pts)

Monday, April 18 - Points: _25____ (30 max/day)
__5___ Blog/Journal (Plan/Analyze) (5 pts)
__5___ List Calories (Nutrition Tracking) (5 pts)
__10___ Cardio/Strength (5 pts for 20 Fitness mins, max 15 pts)
__5___ Bonus - All 3 (5 pts)

__85____ - Total Challenge Points (120 max)

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1COUNTRY_GAL 4/22/2011 12:06AM

    emoticonYou did great on this challenge! emoticon emoticon emoticonThe best to you on your success with the challenge,I know emoticon emoticonDiana:)

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EILEEN828 4/21/2011 9:39PM

    Zanna- you are doing so normal, don't feel deprived that everything on the list didn't get done. That's just life, and how it is for everyone. No one's perfect streak is never-ending. I understand what a challenge asthma is. My mother in law has it and I can see how difficult it is to deal with. I don't have asthma but I've got nasal congestion all the time so I can kinda relate there. I think you are awesome to keep getting up and going when it's so physically taxing for you. Glad you took a day off, that should help to keep you healthy. So my friend, "En Garde". emoticon

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KRZYKAT3 4/19/2011 1:18PM

    What a great weekend for you! You made the best of each day as it came. How awesome is this? Pretty darn awesome I woudl say.

Fencing - did you learn young ro was this a hobby you acquired as you grew? I wish there was more fencing on TV - it truly fascinates me.

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MONETRUBY 4/19/2011 12:49PM

    Hey, you did great, what with all the challenges you were facing. And how cool you're a fencer! Took a couple of swordplay classes once upon a time, but as I mentioned about my movement dyslexia...

Comment edited on: 4/19/2011 12:50:17 PM

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SHERILIEGH1969 4/19/2011 9:58AM

    It all sounds pretty good to me! You got it logged/in your journal and you have some really good strategies that I'm sure, if others would read this blog, could use for their own use. emoticon

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SAASHA17 4/18/2011 6:04PM

    hey not bad at all what with u being sick and all...

good job

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Wisteria Wolves Goal Challenge

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

As we start the BLC round 16, the Wisteria Wolves have been challenged to post our personal, daily goals for the next 12 weeks.

Set THREE goals for this round.....and here's my criteria:

1st goal must be food related.
2nd goal must be exercise related.
3rd goal must not be related to food or exercise.

I had a really hard time with this... I wanted goals that weren't too easy (after all, this is supposed to be a challenge) but also realistic. I don't want to set myself up to fail, and my life makes it difficult to set rigid standards. I travel a lot and my schedule.... well, it's fluid, for lack of a better word. Plus I don't want to push myself too hard and re-hurt my hip, like I did with the bootcamp.

1) First goal must be food related.
I think I am going to focus on getting at least one fresh fruit or vegetable a day. That may not sound like much to other people, and I often get more fruits and vegetables in my diet, but vegetables and fruit are a constant struggle for me. And since I don't always control my food options and I don't always have an internet connection to track my food every day, this seemed a good, realistic, daily goal. That will help keep healthy diet in mind, at least. Of course, I won't limit my aspirations to this--but this will be my goal.

2) 2nd goal must be exercise related. This, again, I struggled with but I have decided that 30 minutes pf exercise 5 days a week will be my goal. Part of me really wanted to set it to 6--that's what's needed for the 12 week streak challenge--but my hip doesn't really like it if I don't give it at least one, often 2 days of rest a week and I just don't know that I dare push myself that hard. I usually get well more than 30 minutes of exercise when I do work out--but I'm still recovering from being sick and my hip is bothering me again, and 30 minutes gives me some flexibility for those days when I'm just not my best. Also, some exercise routines I can't do yet for more than 30 minutes.

3) 3rd goal must not be related to food or exercise. After a lot of thought, I decided that this is a good excuse to get into the habit of meditation by meditating at least 5 days a week. It doesn't have to be long--I'm just starting this so even 5 minutes is good enough. It just needs to be regular. I've been wanting to develop some kind of meditation practice for probably 2 years now; this will jump start that. This could be any kind of meditation practice--I have a number I hope to experiment--including moving meditations like knitting or braiding (but braiding while watching tv doesn't count as meditation, since the goal is a quiet mind.)

We were also supposed to post a before picture. I hope that this works as I couldn't get my computer to read the SD card. This picture was taking this evening after we cleaned the balcony off--our apartment complex is doing some work outside tomorrow that we need to have everything, even furniture, off the balcony, so we took the opportunity to clean the balcony while we were at it.

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BUFFALOGAL1952 4/16/2011 1:17PM

    Great goals! I agree about the fruits and veggies too. I have good plans...but they don't always make it!
Wishing you success!!!

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MESEATURTLE 4/16/2011 5:03AM

    What a fab view!!!!! And I must agree u have such a gentle beautiful face!!!!

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JRIMM4 4/16/2011 12:18AM

    Those are great goals and I totally understand what your saying about the veggies! Some days I get alot - other days none - consistently getting at least one would be an overall improvement.


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RAIN454 4/15/2011 5:51PM

    You have such a friendly ur one of those ppl u see passing by and go, "i want to be HER friend" :D
Started laughing when i remembered how a couple of years ago when I first friended you (or when u friended me...cant remember now) and I thought Zannachan was Zanna Chan...meaning I thought you were Chinese...hehe...
I cant believe thats your get to wake up and see that everyday?! So jealous!
Good luck on the challenge (and the goals)...I have every ounce of faith in you!

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ROUTE507TOO 4/15/2011 3:44PM

    I like the "one fresh fruit/vegetable a day" goal. I often find myself bringing apples or bananas or oranges to the office with me and usually they just sit on my desk until I bring them home...and then give it another shot a few days later. Lol. I know getting that stuff in isn't always easy, but we can definitely work at it. :) I'll try to keep that idea in the back of my mind.

Thanks. emoticon

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EACHDAYAGIFT 4/15/2011 10:33AM

    How nice to live on water! Lucky you. It is so calming. Good luck with your challenge.

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LISA0517 4/13/2011 9:14AM

    Great goals! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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KRZYKAT3 4/13/2011 8:12AM

    Nice picture. YOu look like you are readyto rock the challenge. Sugestion on exercising. Have you heard of the chair exercixe team? I just joined and I get lots of 3-5 minutes exercises in during the day just listening to music and rocking out in my chair! Might help your hip! emoticon

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EUPHRATES 4/13/2011 12:44AM

    Great goals! I struggled with making them realistic and still a challenge too. Love the meditation idea - I picked something similar (Reiki self practice) because I think it could really help with my stress levels. And spiritual health is important too!
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    I was just checking out other peoples blogs for the day and was especially excited that I found another Michigander! I am from Battle Creek and honestly am a huge U of M fan. So I wanted to say hi. Also wanted to tell you that it is very obvious that you spent not just a lot of time but very quality time on your goals. I think they are awesome. Good Luck and don't quit NO matter what

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SAASHA17 4/13/2011 12:21AM

    u look so different from the preious that the view from ur place....amazing...I wish I lived where I cud see the lake..Miss that sometimes...

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The Quest for the Golden Seamstress (AKA, my crazy weekend project)

Monday, April 11, 2011

I haven't talked a lot about my involvement in the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) outside of fencing, but it's a living history group that recreates courtly life in the European Middle Ages and Renaissance, (600 CE to 1600 CE, roughly) and other cultures that had contact with Europe (eg, Persian, Turkish, even as far as Japan). On the martial side, in addition to fencing, we have armored combat, equestrian (jousting), archery (including combat archery with arrows tipped with wide blunts like tennis balls), and thrown weapons. On the arts and sciences side, we study and, when possible, replicate a wide range of practices, from dancing to cooking to illumination/calligraphy to making furniture to weaving to making jewelry to making soap to spinning. Sometimes these arts and sciences are just done--we make things, like armor or embroidery or whatever because we want to have them to wear, to use, or just because it's fun to have. And sometimes we document them (using pictures or text to show how what we made is based on actual historical practices) and enter them into competitions.

While I'm obviously involved with the fencing element, I also shoot archery (on-and-off, since I don't have access to a regular archery practice right now) and I've been heavily involved with the A&S side for as long as I've been in the SCA. I bead, I braid, I did some lucet (cord making) and embroidery before it hurt my hands; I do Viking wire weaving... among other things. And, I suppose no surprise since I'm in a research-heavy field of study, I love doing research and have, in the time I've been in the SCA, done a lot of research on a lot of different subjects--including clothing styles, because I have found that fashion is a fascinating window into the lives in different times and places. But one thing that I'm not is a seamstress. I know what a lot of the clothing should *look* like; what I don't know is how to make it.

Which is part of the reason it's entertaining that this past weekend I participated in my second Quest for the Golden Seamstress. Golden Seamstress is a particularly intense A&S competition. Instead of entering something we've individually spent months working on to be judged, teams bring all their materials to the site and, in 20 hours, create an entire outfit from the skin out. Documentation is written ahead of time, and we can make certain not clothing elements (shoes and accessories not made from cloth) can be made ahead of time, but the more you can make on site, the higher your score. There are three levels of competition--Novice, Advanced, and Master. My team, Mac and Cheese, had 5 members (we're allowed up to 6) and competed at the Advance level. We created, in one 20 hour period, the clothing of a 10th non-Muslim woman wearing Arab style dress living in Baghdad.

A lot of research and preparation went into this project. Three looms were warped ahead of time, fabric was dyed (though it cannot be cut or marked in advance, we can dye it ahead of time), and lots of research was done, compiled, and written up in a document. We tried to document everything, from clothing design to materials available to techniques. I didn't know anything about Arab dress (let alone 10th Century non-Muslim dress) and I didn't know anything about tablet weaving and not a lot about the documentation for 10th century embroidery... so it was a crash course to learn about these things so that I could help write up the documentation.

We got on site about 6:30 pm Friday to set up though the actual competition doesn't start until 10 pm. We then had until 6 pm Saturday to finish. For our outfit, we had 5 pieces of clothing (long loose shorts/pants that went under everything, a sleeveless short tunic, a closed sleeved tunic, a sleeved tunic that buttoned down the front and opened in front from the waist down, and a heavy, lined coat) 4 veils, and a pair of leather sandals. In addition to that, we made a tablet woven belt and two stretches of tablet woven "wire" brocade (we used thread instead of gold wire because gold wire is very expensive) and decorative embroidered bands... all of which was made on site, including designing the pattern of the clothing. While we did use sewing machines for the structural seams (since this clothing was intended to be worn), all the visible stitches (hems, etc.) were hand sewn except on the pants.

I had someone tell me before the competition that it didn't seem like that much of a challenge since we could use sewing machines, but believe me, it is. 2 of our team members did nothing but weave for the better part of the 20 hour period. 2 of the remaining three created the pattern, worked the machines and did hand sewing; one of them also made the shoes. The last one (me) spent the first part ironing all of our fabric and then hand sewing the rest of the night. It is physically very intense--not in the same way as working out, but we spent hours in the same position, repeating very small movements. I did not sleep at all for over 36 hours total; some of my team members took short naps but only for an hour or two (one of our team members actually fell asleep in the middle of making hand-made buttons--she was still holding her needle and the cloth button she was making but out cold; periodically her hands would move like she was sewing but she was out cold). We tried to remember to eat every few hours--fortunately I had brought food so we had a lot of relatively healthy snacks, though not a lot of vegetables and fruit; mostly things like nuts, peanut butter, whole wheat crackers and bread, hard boiled eggs, and cheese. We drank lots of tea and even more water, and I and another team member got up every couple of hours to do about 5-10 minutes of yoga to stretch our backs and hands out as well as give us a mental break.

It was not a hallmark healthy lifestyle weekend. I did not sleep; I didn't record what I ate and I honestly couldn't tell you at this point what I actually did eat, though I know I stayed away from sweets most of the evening (I did have 2 Hershey kisses around 3 am, and I had a few slices of jello jigglers made with Mt. Dew which can't be at all healthy but gave me the kick I needed to keep going when I was running on fumes). But I met all of my goals as far as eating regularly, drinking lots of water, and stretching regularly.

And we did an AWESOME job on our project, if I do say so myself. It looked great. The fabrics--while bought separately over a long period of time because she liked them, and not been intentionally bought to go together--they looked incredible together and we had lots of compliments all night long on the fabric. Even though we tried a lot of things we had never done before (this is not normal for Golden Seamstress but our team seems to have a tendency to do this) it all came together well and looks, well, gorgeous. I don't know if I have any good pictures; I had problems with my battery and I know a lot of people were having problems getting good pictures because of the lighting and number of people there, so I don't know if I will have any pictures to share. But it looked really beautiful.

At 6 pm, all sewing etc. stops and the model gets dressed for a mini fashion show for the judges, contestants, and day visitors who wanted to see what we'd done. After that, we cleaned up our areas, packed, and waited for the judges to decide... It didn't take all that long this year, but I swear this is the longest part of the whole thing because the adrenaline has crashed, we're all bone tired and beyond, and have nothing to do but wait. But finally the judges came out.... and we won our category! Whoo hoo!

I'm still a little stunned that we actually won. Yes, the outfit we made was beautiful, but you have to realize that the other teams did an incredible job as well. There was a lot of really beautiful outfits made, and lots of quality research that went into them--so it's some pretty stiff competition. But we won!

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PEGASI51 4/19/2011 5:18PM

    WOW! This sounds amazing! I'm super impressed that you wove all that fabric. I really want to see pictures now!

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JOSEPHINE1231 4/13/2011 1:11PM

    Oh my, how fascinating, researching, putting it together, and then winning was an extra bonus.


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4-1HEALTHYCYNDI 4/12/2011 6:18PM

    Wow!!!! WooHoo! on the win! You really deserve it. I'd love to see pics if you can get hold of any. I think I'd like to try that style of competition sometime but we don't have anything like it out here.

Sounds like you had a blast and kept to your goals for the weekend. Congrats on a job well done!

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LISA0517 4/12/2011 3:05PM

    Congratulations on your win!

That sounds like a lot of fun! I love sewing and embroidery, and learning to weave is on my list. I have always seen the SCA's martial arts demonstrations, but I didn't know they took the fiber crafts so seriously too! I might have to look into that. emoticon

It's too bad you weren't able to get photos. I would have loved to see your outfit!

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LENGELKE 4/12/2011 2:50PM

    Wow, I'd LOVE to see some pics! What was the prize?

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JAQUANAH 4/12/2011 8:31AM

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Thanks for sharing. Your description is well-written and interesting. I look forward to seeing photos if you can come up with some. Would you be willing to share who you are, your "persona", "character", or whatever you call it, in SCA? Though it doesn't relate to healthy lifestyle, except maybe in the fact that having widespread interests is mentally healthy, I'm sure a lot of people would enjoy reading more about what you do. Nothing wrong with a time-out just to do something enjoyable.

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GALENSKYE 4/11/2011 8:01PM

    :) nice sum-up... now if I could just see pics of the bloody thing so I had an idea of what I looked like *laugh*

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EACHDAYAGIFT 4/11/2011 4:18PM

    I am dying to see pictures!!! I wish that was on a reality Project Runway, but with a historical, educational component. What an achievement! Very, very cool!

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EILEEN828 4/11/2011 3:58PM

    Fabulous! What a competition. A lot of the things you did are things I like to do, but I've never done anything like a competition like that. With all the historical researching involved, the preparation, and then race to complete. Please, please find us some pictures. Congratulations to you and your team on winning your category. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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KJDOESLIFE 4/11/2011 2:15PM

    Congrats! Sounds like a very fun (if exhausting) day!

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SAASHA17 4/11/2011 1:37PM

    Way to go Zanna...u had ur very own "project runway" moment:)


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LIOCORO 4/11/2011 1:14PM

    Sounds like a truly awesome time you had! So jealous here :) And congrats on winning your category!! emoticon

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Another quick post

Friday, April 08, 2011

I have a few minutes, so I thought I would post some goals for this weekend.

Some friends and I have been working toward a big project.... it's been keeping me (all of us, really) quite busy...

I did manage to get in my work out today. I missed Wed.--hip hurt and was working non-stop all day--so I only got in 4 of my work outs (no time tomorrow). But I got almost almost all my goal minutes in--145 when my goal is 150. I'm way short on calories, but that's at least partly because I wasn't able to fence this week and partly because I'm still working back to where I was before I got sick. Still, I'm pretty satisfied. I even got in 2 out of my 3 strength training days--maybe not great but I'm getting there and it's been a crazy week.

So my goals for this weekend?

To drink lots of water
To remember to take breaks as needed
To take mini-yoga breaks and stretch out my body (and mind!)
To not sweat the small stuff
To at regularly--not binge eat, but get regular meals/snacks with plenty of protein.

And to do an awesome job on this project!

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GALENSKYE 4/10/2011 3:58PM

    And it worked! Because we won!!! (I'm still trying to wrap my brain around that.)

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EILEEN828 4/9/2011 2:09AM

    Check into supplementing with some Vit.D and magnesium. When I remember to, these seem to give a little more energy somehow. B complex, too. Get enough sleep to really tackle the day. You already have the rest of it. Hope all goes well with your project. emoticon

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RAIN454 4/8/2011 5:04PM

    Good luck on the project...nice to work on something with friends :)
And good luck on your goals! Im positive you'll achieve every single one!

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BERRIMOUSE 4/8/2011 3:25PM

    emoticon emoticon Have an enjoyable spark filled weekend.

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Drive by Post

Thursday, April 07, 2011

I've been really busy I'm afraid.... got a major project this weekend (which I'm really excited about, but isn't health related) so I haven't been around much.

But I wanted to say that I got my team for the BLC 16.... and I'm really excited because I got the team I wanted, Wisteria Wolves, with 4_1Healthycyndi! Whoo hoo!

Or I should say.... ARROOO !

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4-1HEALTHYCYNDI 4/7/2011 6:22PM

    AROOOOOO! Pounce. Now I have even more reason to "play". Heh, heh, heh (evil laugh & grin). Hope the project is going well.

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SAASHA17 4/7/2011 5:44PM

    U meant...awoooogaaaa....hehehehehe..
have fun....

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