I haven't been working very hard on my anchors, because it's easy to throw things out there into cyberspace and then forget about them. Plus, I've had quite a lot going on with really important, pressing things that I'll share once there is more... Read more
In early October, I wrote a blog about my anchors. I kept adding to the list (which started out at about 12, I think) until I had two dozen things that in some way or another "hold me down." Here is the list:
1. My student loan debt
2. ... Read more
I'm quite sure I have written this kind of thing and had these thoughts about commitment and stick-to-it-tive-ness, and how this SparkProgram I've been doing for 7 years would work if I actually DID it, rather than "doing" it. But maybe the fact... Read more
I just realized I never updated this blog: www.sparkpeople.com/mypa ge_public_journal_individu al.asp?blog_id=4218525
Probably because I forgot I had made such a blog entry. But I have a very old update! You should r... Read more
I'm copying and pasting a similar exercise from a couple years ago, but changing it up a little to recognize the changes in my lifestyle at this time (i.e., I don't really eat meat now).
Give 3 or 4 reasons and for each (reason/excuse on wh... Read more
So during the Pound-A-Thon Challenge, I decided I would weigh myself if certain conditions were met. They were that I had to stay in my calorie range and stay in my sodium range, among other things.
I didn't weigh very often.
If I stay... Read more
After over a year hiatus, I'm back on the 5% Challenge. I was very active on the challenge for a couple years, taking on leadership roles and having a blast, but never lost my 5%.
I can do this. I can lose my 5%.
The Pre-Challenge assi... Read more
I posted a blog then got all freaked out because I did it from my work computer. So I deleted it. Not that it would matter if they were monitoring it, but I don't know. Do people still do that? I figure there is too much web traffic at even the ... Read more
I was reading this blog: www.drdeah.com/fatigued- finding-a-second-wind-in-b ody-acceptance/
which linked me to this article: blogs.scientificamerican .com/food-matters/2014/05/ 22/what-if-we-all-just-s... Read more
I liked this blog post quite a lot. Some of her stuff is a little woo woo, but this one struck me.
www.annesophie.us/what-i t-really-means-to-love-you r-body/
This one was good, too, because it's something I have... Read more
and with a lot of other people, really. Tommy Shaw, for one. He is so hot. For reals.
But especially with myself. Today, within a span of 20 minutes, I had--no kidding!--five jobs fall into my lap, or my inbox, as it were. The first was fro... Read more
www.the-beheld.com/searc h/label/bodies%20and%20rel ationships
This was written by a very thin girl. It's a great read about men who want skinny women, and a skinny woman. She talks about what all she has to do to rem... Read more
I just found out my oldest friend in the world is having bridesmaids. I assumed she wasn't, because of course, if she was, she would have asked me.
The friend I'd call to tell about this situation (my second oldest friend), I can't, because... Read more