Even a PARTIAL Rainbow Thrills Me
As I write this, there is a beautiful, wide partial rainbow outside my window for my enjoyment. Does that mean that I can only make a partial wish? (smiling)
It's a wide one, but doesn't arch to full - yet. Maybe in a little while it'll ... Read more
Food Tracking, Rain, Misc.
It's been about two weeks since I began to seriously and consistently track food intake. Wow, what a great tool it is to actually see what's going into my body! Tracking is becoming a good habit, one that I resisted for a long time.
Lots ... Read more
If You Don't Need It, Love It, and/or Use It...
...get rid of it. That's the advice I heard from an "expert" on a radio report talking about decluttering. I am not a hoarder, but have accumulated things over the years that I have been gradually letting go of. I no longer feel the need to ... Read more
Starting to Celebrate My Birthday - Three Weeks Early
Yes, I smile each year when I blog about this. My dearly-departed cousin used to tease me that I celebrate my birthday the entire month. But just before she passed, and it was the end of January, she commented that she was surprised that I had... Read more
Blueberries, Skewed Priorities that Made Me Laugh at Myself this Morning
I usually walk twice. Once in the morning before starting work projects, and at the end of the day. This morning I really had to smile at how silly I am sometimes. I was thirsty and forgot to bring my water bottle. I immediately thought, "no... Read more
Blue Monday Theory Is Now Debunked
In 2005,the third Monday of January was theorized by a Welsh psychologist to be the gloomiest day of the year. He came up with this using a "scientific" formula. Since then, however, it has been widely discredited as not being Blue Monday sinc... Read more
THINGS I'VE LEARNED (OR RELEARNED) ABOUT MYSELF AFTER 6 DAYS OF FOOD TRACKING
It's startling to see intangibles, like the number of daily calories ingested, become tangibles through food tracking. Six days ago I decided to begin this and make it a habit. I'm surprised at some of the lessons it has reminded me of...
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Day 5 Food Tracking, Placebo Effect, Bird Feeding, Shiver the Pounds Off
I'm on Day 5 of food tracking and hoping to make this a consistent part of my journey. It really helps to see the total caloric intake for the day. And, the less I eat, the easier tracking will be! (smiling)
Wow, talking about placebo ... Read more
Took Out the Beck Book Again
I've really enjoyed reading the blogs by those working with the Beck book. Yes, I'm on the team also. Did the program a couple of years ago.
Pulled it off the shelf this morning, opened it, and right away I saw how I sabotage myself. I... Read more
New Vacuum Arriving Today
I go through a lot of vacs and not sure why. I take care of my things, but have had very poor luck with vacuums.
Hope this one lasts more than two years.
Day 4 of food tracking. Hooray for me. (smiling)
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I Forgot to Check Number of Servings on the Box. Yikes!
Well, I love breaded zucchini. Even though I don't have it a lot (yes, I know, I know. NOT a healthy choice, but let's get over that for now.), it's a pain to make it myself. So I found it in the frozen section and thought I'd give it a chanc... Read more
Food Tracking HAS to Be Used For Me to Succeed
I've tried before to track food, and never became consistent. I think this tool is the key for me to meet my final goal/s so I started again yesterday. I've read so many blogs by successful users that it has motivated me to make this work.
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After Internet Researching, My Mind is More At Ease
Granted, not all of the information on the internet is accurate, but several websites concur that cataracts can sometimes be slowed from growing. And, in some cases, reversed. There are definitely things I can do differently. I used the compu... Read more
Yesterday's Eye Exam - I Can Concentrate on Either the Positive or Negative
My vision has actually gotten better with my contact prescription requiring less help for nearsightedness. So, on that front, all looks good with healthy eyeballs.
However, there is a slight indication of a cataract forming, so that start... Read more
85-Year-Old Marathoner Continues to Set Records
For those of us who say we "can't"...
The following is from MSN's website from People Magazine. (according to SP guidelines, we can post a few sentences and credit the original material.)
Ed Whitlock ran his first marathon at age 44, a... Read more