I started 30 Days of Real Food yesterday. My diet for most of the 1st quarter was unhealthy. In my 2018 Focus Points post, I said: I’ll start strength-training and building some muscle I’ll get my waist-to-height ratio to 47% by the first quarter of the month; and I’ll achieve a fasting blood glucose of < 80 mg/dl waking up None of that happened. I’m disappointed in myself, but I’m trying to get over it by focusing on what I can do instead. Rules I’m following the rules from the Whole 30 website (click the link to find the specifics…
Two weeks ago, I tried to be more mindful of my hunger. Before this, I ate like a domesticated goldfish. When I see food available, I eat, even if I’m not hungry and until my stomach can’t take any more food.
This Habit Project is still going strong, friends. I just wasn’t able to post an update last weekend. Habit 2 wasn’t as difficult as I thought it would be. Except for one day last week that I had to stay longer in the office, I slept 6 hours every day.
Everyone, I did it! I exercised for 7 consecutive days!!!
I feel proud of myself.
I’ll be making deliberate changes in my life and I’ll document them in this blog. I know we’re already in the 2nd quarter, not even the first day of April, but I’m not going to wait ‘til 2018 to do this. I guess this is what making-resolutions-any-day-of-the-year looks like.
I have a friend who found out she has a breast mass in her left breast. I recommended my doctor to her so she can have it checked but she was too afraid to do it. I know better than to push someone into doing something they’re not ready for. So I’m letting her take her time. I understand her. No one told me what happens in a doctor’s office or what goes on during a breast ultrasound. If someone did, it would’ve helped ease the anxiety. I first found out that I had a breast mass in 2003. I…