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Still feeling "it"

Thursday, February 09, 2012

Even though I have not had much time to be here I am eating right, logging all my food and doing exercise of some kind each day. I am working on my thesis right now so I do not have much time to be here but soon as this class is over I will have more time to get into my teams and get active with them.

Philosophy is kind of kicking my butt.. I do not like it and do not agree with much with what the early philosophers had to say.. so this class is a struggle and takes even more time. I LOVE love love environmental science!! I care about our earth and what is happening to it. I am all for getting clean and back to some basic living.. getting rid of that crap that is poisoning our planet and our bodies.

I am not hungry anymore, my appetite has been tamed! Thank goodness.. I was really getting out of control. I am drinking more water once again and soon will try to get away from coffee and back to tea.

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  • YIGOBUTTERFLY
    Good for you! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1765 days ago
  • KASEYCOFF
    I had the same problem with philosophy - and think I actually understood maybe one concept during the required coursework, lol...
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    1766 days ago
  • MOMFAN
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    1766 days ago
  • THREEE
    emoticon i am so proud of you...you are on the same path that i am...i am being mindful(food-tracking) of my intake and i am not CONSTANTLY hungry...and i AM in tax time which is a GREAT way to keep me from getting my fingers dirty by food for not getting on the papers..
    WOW... your thesis...EXCELLENT...go get 'em!!!

    emoticon emoticon emoticon ...a little dance to rid you of your pain... emoticon
    1766 days ago
  • HOTPINKCAMARO49
    emoticon You go, girl! emoticon
    1766 days ago
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