BL #21 Midpoint Post (a little past mid-point!)

Monday, April 07, 2014

Hello fellow Sparkers!

Today I am a full week late posting my midpoint blog about the BL#21 Challenge, but the most exciting thing I have to report is, I AM STILL PARTICIPATING! One of my biggest goals was to simply finish, as I tend to quit things when they are not going my way. So far, so good!

During this challenge I have just been pushing myself to do things, even if I'm not 100% positive I can do them with grace (or, do them at all!). I've been walking farther and with more obstacles (hills, you say? Mud and roots and confusing trails, you say? Oh yes!) I even decided to get back on an elliptical today after a 7 year absence (more about this on my other blog www.weightlossbucketlist

Overall, however, it's been a great experience! I am lighter that I have been in YEARS, and have hit 1/4 of the way on my weight loss ticker. Not a lot to complain about here.

Food is something I still struggle with, and while a huge part of me wants to be and stay strong in a low-carb WOE, I believe it might continue to be more of a 95% of the time thing. We'll see as time progresses, but it is CLEAR that my body prefers 95% low-carb over my previous way of eating, so for now, that's what I'm going with! Here's to another several weeks of awesome BL success for all participants!
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    I was just reading JAZZID's blog and I came back here to post a book suggestion that might be right up your alley:

    I really like his writing as well as his approach, and this (relatively) new book is all about customizing a paleo plan to your individual body. I'm probably going to get it for my Kindle tonight.
    2517 days ago
    That is AWESOME Jen! This post MOTIVATES ME! :) Keep up your progress!
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    2517 days ago
    Awesome you are well on your way. Just keep on keeping on. emoticon
    2517 days ago
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