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Porkchop

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About Porkchop

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  • Birthday 08/30/1979

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    Seattle, WA
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  1. Have you hit the point where you take it as a compliment when someone cards you for alcohol yet?
  2. Looks like goal #3 (meditation) is going well. If you can make that a habit, that would do awesome things for you I bet. Are you going to start doing it in the afternoons too? I think thas when people would need it the most, good luck with that. Also. Strength training is a good addiction to have.
  3. Yes...reality is the best reference point for sure. Seems obvious, but common sense is a much needed commodity sometimes. As long as the circuit was done, that's all that counts. I bet you felt better after it was done too. Like I said before, keep the creative hobbies as much as you can fit them in. They keep our minds busy and keep us from going sideways.
  4. My 2 cents on working out in the morning is...don't. I can only speak for myself, but working out right after work (or even late evening) seems to be better and more practical. The motivation it takes to exercise in the morning is the exact opposite thing you need to fall asleep at night. If you do exercise in the morning though, its usually easier to do some kind of calisthetics or something you don't have to leave your place to do. This thinking makes more sense in the winter months I guess, but just this guy's opinion. Anyone that can do yoga 5 outa 7 days should get higher than a 70%. I would give you an A (6/7 or 7/7 would be and A+) for that one, some yoga looks really painful and hard to do. Wine tasting at a bachelorette party? Uh huh...surrrrre Keep up the awesomeness M!
  5. Don't sweat a little weekend hijinks, in the big picture you're doing really well and making real progress. Cleaning can be more of a workout than...a workout. That's probably why I never do it (just kidding - kind of). It looks like everything is coming together nicely and cohesively for your guys' big day. I think both of you will need that honeymoon after all the planning and running around involved right before a wedding, hope it rocks! Hope you get better soon! Chicken soup, drink water, get plenty of rest.
  6. There you are, scribed! That's an awesome thing that you've inspired your family to get active, I wish I could do the same. My inner-3-year-old-grandson is stoked to see you two taking your little guy on outdoor adventures like that. Nature really is the best teacher. Kudos to you for being a cool grandma I miss Mt Baker. The last time I went there was a few winters ago, but I think you did yourself a favour by going in the summer (well...not the winter anyway). There is definitely something about being up there and unplugging for a while. Great to see you back again Pallas!
  7. Great going on everything Laureleye! I like how you're keeping up your creative hobbies as well. Like they say, creativity is intelligence having fun
  8. I think we could all simplify more in our own lives and benefit a lot from it. Meditation seems like it would be a great thing to help with over planning too. Keep fighting the good fight Panczo!
  9. Awesome job on referring your friend for Muay Thai! That will make it a lot easier to go and will make it more fun. Refer a few more and the LW crew will take over the dojo! Also, sushi is too good to pass on too, so don't beat yourself up for that. There are lots of worse things that you could be eating. You're doing an awesome job LW! Take a minute and think of all the improvements you've made over this short amount of time! PS - Are you planning on joining any Muay Thai competitions down the road?
  10. Love the goals and the kick-assery LIR! That's a good idea to continue the goals you started last challenge, it gets a lot easier and more routine if you do that I have found. PS - I had to stop and stare at that gif for a minute or two. It looks familiar and is hard to stop watching...very cool indeed
  11. Porkchop and run shouldn't be used in the same sentence haha. I heard of that donut dash and they always have some 5K going on. I went to the SAM a long time ago on a field trip but not in recent memory, the Chahulie (I cant spell that) glass museum was the last art exhibit I went to, veru cool btw. Hey check this out Not sure how many times they meet up, but definatly worth a look. Best of luck to you too!
  12. Holy eff effity eff is right! That sounds kinda brutal, but in a good way. Don't hurt your sparring partner too much Stay awesome LW - Youre doing great!
  13. Hi 5's for Ireland! I hope you 2 have a great and crazy time there! Random question...Do you have to drive in the right or left side of the road in Ireland? Good going on everything! You're off and running
  14. Some of those fitness apps are kinda kooky sometimes. It looks like you're off and running with everything, its always good to get that stuff done in the morning. It gives us less time to talk ourselves out of it I like your goal #4, I'm going to check that out more when I'm done here - Ride on!
  15. Good luck on the packing, that can really be a procrastination waiting to happen. If you start to feel overwhelmed in your recovery, just concentrate on what you have to do in the immediate future. Like one day at a time (or one minute at a time if need be). That anxiety will dissipate more and more as you go on. Rant aside, it looks like you're doing just fine Kudos on the flossing too
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