A week and two days ago, I started running. It wasn’t a planned event, but here I am. As I began to chronicle my daily data; weight, distance, and my level of motivation, I realized it was turning into a … Continue reading
Whoever came up with that magic “easy” button on the Staples commercials is a genius. Wouldn’t you love one of those? We could all be walking around as the best versions of ourselves living the best lives we could dream … Continue reading
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Lately I think about food a lot. Maybe it’s because I joined Weight Watchers and am recording everything from a carrot stick to figuring out how many points garlic naan is worth at my favorite Indian restaurant.
My husband can smell wind in the air two days away. He can tell you if it’s a northerly or southerly route and how many mph it will be. He can tell you hour by hour the exact time it … Continue reading
Sometimes I wake in the middle of the night and slide out of bed trying not to bump anything that might wake the dog or my husband.
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Lately I’ve been fascinated with names. Specifically what to call my husband on my blog? He actively avoids the limelight, so his real name is not an option. Mentioning him at all can be risky.
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Tuesday mornings have become very important to me. I get to weigh in at the weekly Weight Watchers meeting at 9 a.m. and see how much weight I’ve lost in the past week. I try to approach this test with … Continue reading
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