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Friday, November 22, 2013

I'm at the end of my 2 days off this week from 13h night shifts the other 5 nights of the week. I have been sick with a wicked cold- my face was a snot factory and I'm coughing up tons of junk. But things are starting to get better. During the past week, I wasn't very active with being sick- so, it's going to be a little bit of a challenge to make the November SPtracker goal. I'm about 60% of the way now, and I have 8 more days to go- er- 9 including today, since it has just begun :)

I finally tried out my new stationary bike seat :) The previous one was the one that came with the bike, and it made my lady parts numb after not too long on the bike. That's a problem. Do that for long enough, and I would be at risk of pudendal nerve damage... and since the pudendal nerve controls sensation of the special parts, nobody wants to lose that!! Tried out the new seat yesterday- just for 15min, which was long enough to cause problems with the old seat, but no problems now!! Here's a pic of the seat-

On the food front, hitting up Taco Cabana at the end of a night shift is an achilles heel of mine. So, to ward off that temptation, I made the delicious crustless spinach feta quiche for me to eat instead. It just came out of the oven.

So here's to logging and tracking and being active!
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    1671 days ago
    I hear you on the cold front. I've been battling a head cold for a while. Glad you are on the mend.
    Quiche looks awesome!

    1672 days ago
    You can do this. Colds definitely suck, so I'm glad to hear you are getting over yours. Now to get back on the fitness track. i have a seat like that for my bike - same reason. I have ridden my bike for hours - no numbness. The seats are definitely worth the price
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