Now there's something about Choices that I think you all need to know, because It was very interesting to me and has a real bearing on this discussion.
Your brain can only field and commit to a certain number of choices a day, AND I'm bett... Read more
Options and Choices
This morning I woke up thinking about the difference between options and Choices. but I'm going to give you some background about me so you can see where I'm coming from.
I've always had trouble deciding about what to choose. as far back as... Read more
Well here it is more than 200 days since my last post, I'm not an enthusiastic writer I don't think.
my last post still rings a bell for me. A friend said our bodies crave homeostasis. Now I haven't looked it up, so I'm not precise on it's... Read more
A life spent seeking comfort.
Is anybody else finding that they have to accept that comfort, which I've pursued since childhood, is anathema to health? I'm not really saying that a moment of comfort, or even an hour of comfort is wrong, but that the pursuit of comfort, the e... Read more
Breaking away from the Comfortable to learn to be More!
I posted this on one of my groups, and then realized that I'd like to be able to reread it, and reference it in the future. so I'm going to post it here, and hopefully it'll help you as much reading it as it did for me to write it.
God is l... Read more
Small Changes challenge
Beth, the IndyGirl blogger has asked me to post this on the IndyGirl group. I did, but I thought I'd put it here in case it might help someone. this was in response to a challenge to send a list of small changes anyone might make to help thems... Read more
mood, food and locations
Wow. I read my entry from Last september and WOW. I got back to PA last January. in the first 2 or 3 months I gained back 20 of the thirty five or fourty pounds I lost. I'm holding there, 20 pounds down for the first time in a long time. but... Read more
Corperate Motherhood- a poem
The World cries Shame, Oh mother, fear,
your life was lived in vain!
Your lonely days of motherhood
spent wiping tiny noses,
Will leave you lonely and bereft
when strength and life are clos... Read more
Helping sis take care of Dad turns into a good thing
I've been coming to spark people very sporadically even before I came to Colorado. I was bored, I find the food tracker cumbersome, frequently my computer is at fault due to me overloading it, but hey, I'm a hoarder. now I'm even a hoarder of ... Read more
waist to hip ratio
ok, so it's a rant. so sue me, LOL
lets first start off with semantics. What is a ratio. Usually it's a comparison of two numbers showing a relationship. it's not a single decimal number it's a comparison.
but that asside, I must now ... Read more
Food, not food, relationships,
Ok, a lot of different thoughts and experiences converge in... ANOTHER BLOG ENTRY!! aren't you thrilled?
Thought, I'm supposed to be eating 90-100 gms of protein a day, according to a dietician I saw right after my diagnosis. so, how ... Read more
Consistency= building a routine.
Well, even after all I wrote, I wasn't very good about DOING what I said. it's honestly scary to get down because it's such a struggle to get back up. but it's a great workout, for sure, and I'm still working on myself to make it daily. yest... Read more
The infant's exercise program, or Exercise like a baby
Ok, I wrote this for the chair exercise group, and really, if you're not clinically "obese" it may not resonate with you, but for anyone who struggles for functionality when they exercise, maybe it will help you. I sure hope so.
Ok, this is... Read more
Diabetes is a BLESSING?
I got this all written and started to end with what should have come first, so I'll start with it here.
God's been really working on me about complaining and whining and gratefulness. and I find he's really changing my ATTITUDE about this... Read more
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Changing my wanter
OK, this is going to be BREIF because I can't think, can't focus and probably can't talk or type.
the thought came to me today that One os the most difficult things to change is our subconcious. I know it is for me.
I say I want to get ... Read more