PHISHIE

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Saturday, November 14, 2009

i find that whenever i try to monitor my calorie count--it turns into an obsession. I start shopping for obscure ingredients, I actually cook (which i don't usually do, being content with stuffing my face with sandwiches from whatever my DH managed to scrounge in a store). Overall, i feel that the accountability and focus on health makes me a better person and a happier person.
oh, and since my knee is not allowing me to do any sort of strenuous activity, i sorta danced for 20 minutes, incorporating some moves that i learned yesterday on exercise TV--they have a 10 minute no-crunch Abs workout and it's actually quite fabulous. Though, you know, crunch-free abs is essentially some sort of flavor of bellydancing, so might as well start doing that. speaking of, anyone noticed how gorgeous those women's bodies are?....there is nothing more sexy than a gorgeous flat belly on a hippy girl--that proportion between a narrow waist and wide hips is just mesmerizing. except that i can never have that 'cause i was blessed with a figure that doesn't have a decent waist to hip ratio. oh well. you always want what you can't have, and i get a lot of compliments about my, ahem, rack as is. can't have it all. off i go, i think laundry finally does need to get folded.
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  • RAINTHIEF
    I will gladly offer you some of my hips! emoticon

    I think it's good that you're tracking, cooking, and watching what you eat. It's the place to start. As long as it doesn't become an unhealthy or stressful obsession - I think you're doing well!
    3916 days ago
  • SATTUA
    I lurve bellydancing. I took classes till there weren't any more classes in this town to take. BEST ab workout I've ever found, and fun to boot.
    3916 days ago
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