Wednesday, October 28, 2009 8 comments
Although I've been religiously tracking my food and keeping my intake on the lower side (between 1500-2000 cals. mostly) I've been nervously awaiting my weekly weigh-in. Reason? Well that WHOPPING 10# loss I had last week was preceded by my colo... Read more
Exercise More Control, Celebrate More Freedom!
Tuesday, October 27, 2009 9 comments
It occurred to me while on my treadmill the other day that one of the things that prevented me from tracking my food for so long was a sense of apprehension over feeling so *constrained* by the numbers and logging food. Yet, now that I'm DO... Read more
Scheming & Dreaming For My Reward...
Friday, October 23, 2009 10 comments
While out for a walk the other night I had a little extra time to kill so I finally got myself into our local friendly bicycle shop (Chenango Point, Binghamton) to browse for a bike to reward myself with once I break through to ONEderland... :-)... Read more
Tracking Food At Long Last...
Thursday, October 22, 2009 10 comments
Recently as part of a challenge for those of us previewing Chris Downie's book "The Spark" I finally agreed to track my food. This is pretty big for me...I have been holding out on food tracking since Day 1 of being with SparkPeople...no m... Read more
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like ONEderland...!
Wednesday, October 21, 2009 6 comments
I have to confess to having a little "help" via the cleansing one has to do before having a colonoscopy, but I am still THRILLED nonetheless to having dropped TEN POUNDS this week! I dropped from 226 to 220 after the first attempt at a colo... Read more
Pleasant Surprise at the End of the Day...!
Friday, October 16, 2009 8 comments
Okay...as you've probably seen by my status, the Nulytely and other concoctions have done their duty...kept me awake almost throughout the night...and they're STILL causing rumblings this evening! Trying to fight it off with the acidophilus in m... Read more
SPINNING The Drearies Away...!
Friday, October 09, 2009 8 comments
Although I had hoped to get out for long walks/jogs while visiting family in MI, it's just been too yucky outside...cold, drippy and dreary. So I had my son set up his bike in his bike trainer and tried mimicking what I imagine a "spinning" clas... Read more
Set New 35 min. Record...Traveling
Tuesday, October 06, 2009 10 comments
With the help of some great 6 mph songs I bumped my 35 min. treadmill distance covered up to 3.1 miles today...woo hoo! The songs, if anyone's interested: The Who - My Generation (Live @ Leeds version) Swing Out Sister - Breakout (Live... Read more
Bouncing Back From a *Bleh* Day...
Monday, October 05, 2009 5 comments
I don't often post when things go wrong, so at least let's put something out there when things go wrong...and then RIGHT! :-) A combination of things just had me out of sorts yesterday...allergies acting up, despite taking allergy meds (hap... Read more
Need More Speedier Tunes...!
Friday, October 02, 2009 14 comments
I've been ramping up my efforts on the treadmill...sticking with those "spikey" intervals and doing more of the 6 mph speeds. This week instead of the old 2.3 miles I've covered during each morning 'mill work I've been between 2.7 - 3.3 miles co... Read more
Windshield or Bug...Keep Moving & One ALWAYS Wins!
Wednesday, September 30, 2009 4 comments
You know the expression "some days you're windshield, and some days you're the bug"...? (found another twist "and sometimes you find out the bug is a rock...lol!). Well here's my treadmill analogy: Some days you feel like YOU'RE moving... Read more
After The Rain
Sunday, September 27, 2009 4 comments
Earlier today during the rain I went picking Cortland apples. All throughout this rainy autumn day one of my favorite mellow songs has been playing in my mind: After The Rain by John Coltrane. There is something so soulful, serene and restful ab... Read more
Connected: The Surprising POWER of Social Networks & SparkPeople!
Saturday, September 26, 2009 3 comments
Yesterday's NPR program Science Friday featured an interview with the authors of this FASCINATING new book: CONNECTED: THE SURPRISING POWER OF SOCIAL NETWORKS AND HOW THEY SHAPE OUR LIVES www.sciencenews.org/view
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