Day 9- Only 4 Days, and my Body Reacted
On day 5 and 6 of this re-dux, I ate meals that were not in line with Spark. Ok... let's be more direct.... they were calorie-loaded, fried, salt-packed, dairy-enriched foods with no regard for caloric reserve.
I felt terrible! Nevermind ... Read more
Day 4- Good Start
Packed my lunch today- which incidentally is saving me lots of money- and am prepped for my walk today as well. Not sure of any takers today yet, but did get one person to join me yesterday so that's a success!
I had a serious craving for ... Read more
Today's to-do list:
Do the walk I said I'd do.
Eat the foods I prepared.
Let go of impatience.
Don't profess outward; instead, reflect inward.
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Officially- Day 1
Today marks week three of my second road trip down fitness lane, and my first blog. The past three weeks... Read more
Real Push Ups!
Yesterday I did my first set of 'real' push-ups (in more years than I can remember) where I went low enough to feel my thighs touch the ground on the 'down'. I did 20!
Then, on the 21st one, my 80 lb dog sat on me. Aaaaaannnnddd I was don... Read more
So that was my Monday
It took one look at a couple of photos online- which was basically a picture of the exact same thing I have on my head- to make the appointment.
After five phone calls I managed to make an appointment for today to have a biopsy done on a... Read more
"Cheat Day" has Consequences
My understanding of Cheat Day is that it is meant to give you a sense of release or relief- a break from the hard work of sticking to healthy eating.
"Cheat Day" is not worth the after-effects of a no-holds-barred break from common sense.
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I Almost Went Ape Sh!T
While driving home I saw some Piece of Sh!T throw his trash out on to the city street. I can't tell you how irate instantly became.
Who DOES that in this day and age, and is there an appropriate response that A) doesn't get you killed, B) ... Read more
"You're ego's writing checks your body can't cash, Maverick"
The the title says it all.
I am BEAT from today's ride home. I cycled in to work again, but this time did it all the way from home, instead of driving to a friends house (2.5 miles closer to work, and further downhill).
I pushed myse... Read more
Courage to Try Something New
It's funny, sometimes, how something can seem like a good idea at the start, but as the day or moment arrives to take action, one suddenly becomes a big ball of doubt. Such was my experience when a co-worker proposed that we bike to work on Fri... Read more
Casual Dress Codes help the Environment
Today is Laundry Day. That usually means no less than six loads of laundry, factoring in bedding.
That seems like a lot to me, especially for just two adults.
Today, however, I only have three loads to wash. I had to stop for a mom... Read more
Food and running
Word to the wise....
Do NOT go running if you ate within the hour. Ugh. That was a bad idea.
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Baby Stepping towards a Greener Life
Hmm.... if only the Go-Green Movement had something like SparkPeople to help people live a greener life.... hmmm.... did I just blog the next BIG THING????
My spouse and I nearly hit the floor with our latest Water and Power Bill. We can't... Read more
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CLOSET THERAPY: Part II
After reveling in my closet clean-out, now comes part II: getting the stuff out of my house. It's important to recognize this is a crucial step in the process. Right now, the stuff it just piled on a chair. I think it's easy stall at this poi... Read more