Those of you that have followed my experience realize that I have struggled to recover from my pelvic injury and inflammation has been a part of that struggle.
This Friday will mark 68 weeks since the injury made itself known. It has been ... Read more
Wishing all a Happy Solstice (Summer/Winter) whichever it may be for you.
Yesterday evening, DH and I took an evening stroll under moonlit skies. It was beautiful. We were also graced by the presence of owls on multiple occasions. Love t... Read more
Several days ago 195 days of inflammatory monitoring came and went.
Here's the score ...
86 days excellent for 44%
72 days so-so for 37%
37 days poor for 19%
The situation continues to improve. So much so, that I may begin to ... Read more
This is the third blog of a three-part series
Year 1 - www.sparkpeople.com/mypa ge_public_journal_individu al.asp?blog_id=6173065
Year 2 - www.sparkpeople.com/mypa ge_public_journal_individu al.asp?b... Read more
I see that it has been a little over a month since my last check-in regarding the ongoing leptin experiment. www.sparkpeople.com/mypa ge_public_journal_individu al.asp?blog_id=6151453
The end of May marked 6-months... Read more
This is a continution of a blog series that began with www.sparkpeople.com/mypa ge_public_journal_individu al.asp?blog_id=6173065
Year 2 would be June 2014 thru May 2015.
June 1, 2014 - noted lost 60 pounds
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I have decided to take a look back at where I've been as I prepare to move forward. I've decided to chronicle a bit more of my journey. Year 1 would be late-June 2013 thru early-June 2014.
June 25, 2013 - I committed to walking during t... Read more
As another semester came to a close and I find myself looking forward to mid-June and 6-weeks with more flexibility, my thoughts turn toward the possibilty of ramping fitness activity back up.
I need to complete my grading first and support... Read more
Beck Blue's Foundation Strategies Checklist
1. Create an advantages list to motivate yourself every day. Advantages list is created. Did not review at all this week.
2. Sit down, eat slowly, and enjoy every bite. Every meal eaten w... Read more
Rough week for me.
Biggest stress was inadequate sleep. Too many late nights and too many long days.
This lead to a missed meal yesterday, a missed walk, and missed PT exercises. Otherwise, eating was on plan.
What we saw last w... Read more
The past several weeks have been anything but routine for me. Work demands have been high. It has meant health/fitness activity planned has not occurred and I am not getting enough sleep. Losing sleep is a bad thing for me. It is a stress to... Read more
I signed off yesterday's blog with the following ...
"I'm curious what the hydration % will read on the scale tomorrow. Up? Down? About the same? Would not be surprised if it is up a bit. Adding 2 minutes more to my walk is a stretch for th... Read more
I will be back later today to add to this blog; but, wanted to note something of interest to me before I forget it. I took a look back at my Saturday weigh-ins for the 5% Spring Challenge and have noticed with the inflammatory situation settlin... Read more
Hindsight can be a beautiful thing.
I have a scale that provides data other than weight. It can provide BMI, body fat, hydration, and bone mass. I am well aware that the manner in which this data is determined can be incredibly inaccurate... Read more