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Been away for a couple of weeks.

Monday, July 22, 2013

Shane was on shut down last week. Basically, a forced vacation in the automotive manufacturing industry. He was off 9 straight days. Usually we would have been at each others throats by the end, but we actually had a good time. We didn't do much, but still had fun just being together. The one thing I did let him have was his "normal" food. Honestly, we ate like crap! Pop, processed boxed "food", fast food, bread...it was bad! I didn't want to argue and I knew that I would end up eating the crap too instead of making something healthy. So I feel like today is Day 1 again. But that's ok. I don't feel defeated like I usually do. I feel good. Very positive and ready to get the ball rolling.
To start off right, I am doing a 3 day smoothie detox. It isn't "Primal", but there isn't anything it them that isn't Primal approved. Then after the 3 days, we go back to Primal eating. No grains, limited dairy. I am even committing myself to being better about making sure the girl's are gluten free. Shane can have his pop. I am not even tempted. I drank way too much and my kidneys are hurting because of it. No more! here is the link to the detox plan pinterest.com/pin/246297
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I am also going to attempt yoga. I actually really despise yoga. Not so much the moves but the whole "be one with the earth" crap. I feel one with the earth when I am outside hiking or playing with my kids, not when some yogi is showing me how to do intense stretches. But my back is still killing me. I really don't know what else to do. I may bring it up the next time I go to my Dr.
I will let you know how all this goes! Have a great day and Blessed Be! emoticon
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