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The Week One Check-In

Monday, January 08, 2018

My last post spelled out my 8 Goals for '18. I was motivated. I was determined. I was ...

getting sick.

Like, really really really gonna-die-not-leaving-the-couc
h-ever-again-omg-please-ki
ll-me-now sick. I am a little whiny.

The good news is I basically just ate soup and cheez-its for four days. Not that cheez-its are a nutritional win, but at least the calories were low.

Finally, on Saturday I started feeling *slightly* human again and I've improved each day since then. This morning, I returned to boot camp for cardio day, which let me tell you would have been much easier with the ability to breathe properly. I think all the running and jumping dislodged the snot. So, maybe that's a good thing in the long run??

Ready to tackle this year now, for realsies. I'm not quite at 100% yet, but I'm good enough to be exercising and eating real food again so I'll take it.

I'm already in danger of not making my goal of 25 classes this month since I took a week off, but if I double up a few days I could still make it. I'm just SO BAD at going in the afternoons.
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  • SMILINGTREE
    First, dang, being sick is a sucky way to start the year! That happened to me last year, and it was terrible.

    Second, I went back and read your goals post, and that is ambitious, but I have no doubt you can do it. I cannot imagine how you get that much protein without going overboard on the fat as a vegetarian. (Protein has always been hard from me to get just right, and when I tend toward vegetarianism, I don't even come close.)

    Third, I've read so many stories of people who started lifting weights and underwent drastic changes in body composition. Good luck with it.

    I'm glad to see your posts, and hope you keep on feeling better.
    310 days ago
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