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Weird dreams

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Ok, so this morning I dreamt emoticon that I had got up, like usual, I went in the bathroom to weigh emoticon myself, so far normal, then the emoticon scale didn't say anything. It was just blank. emoticon I don't normally have lame dreams like this, if I'm going to have one of those prophetic type dreams, its extremely vivid, accurate, and like I was there. But, this was more 'dreamy weamy' like a normal dream only it was sort of realistic. I felt like I was telling myself emoticon that my future was not written emoticon yet. Its like Yoda says, 'The future is hard to see'. It is hard to see right now. I feel like I may have turned the corner with the increase in intensity and the increase in coconut emoticon milk. I feel like I'm on fire!! This is a good thing. emoticon And, then I started having my 'depression/anxiety/dementors' emoticon at night. I was worrying about stuff that just wasn't worth worrying emoticon about anymore. It just doesn't matter, and in the light of morning I literally laughed emoticon at myself because it was emoticon ridiculous.

But, I guess that the added intensity emoticon , the coconut emoticon milk, and now my dementors mean just one thing: I must be losing again. emoticon Yippee!!! emoticon

I am so thrilled!!! emoticon I think I discovered what the problem was. I just wasn't getting the 'Afterburn Effect' that Cathe talks about on her newsletters. She even has a workout called Afterburn so if you are interested in circuit style, high intensity workouts, you should look into that one. You can view a clip for free on her website.

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    Maybe it's trying to tell you that you're going to be a feather weight!!
    1663 days ago
    I sure hope that scale is moving down!!
    1663 days ago
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