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ohlemontine

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  1. it was an odd choice, but he seems to enjoy doing it. It's a language i know almost nothing about, so it's been interesting trying to help him, but luckily Duolingo is pretty intuitive.
  2. That might work, especially since we have a working printer and an ink plan that will auto send ink when we start to get low lol. As for how the last 5 weeks went, it went about fair to Midland I suppose... lost a few pounds, kept up with my running, and towards the end I started keeping up with my Korean. Also been cleaning and organizing well. Things to work on for the next challenge will be: keep up the running, Korean, and cleaning. Finish the Sept 5k in under 50 minutes, track my eating, and work on mobility. In other news, homeschooling is going.... well it's going. XD some d
  3. And it happened again >_< started out strong then stopped tracking as much half way through... ugh... Anyone have any ideas to help keep this from happening? At least this time, I did at least keep up with my fitness regimens (for the most part) but tracking of everything went out the window.
  4. Okay so here's the rundown so far this week (also today's points may still increase, but this is what I have so far) Total Daily Points Sunday: 6 Monday: 13 Tuesday: 5 Wednesday: 7 So, quick daily highlights: Monday - Good day, great day, I should be averaging about 14pts a day if I do what I'm supposed to daily. -🏃‍♀️Got my run in! Did not do my mobility afterwards though... shame on me lol - 🍽 Logged all my food!!! Even the embarrassing stuff Tuesday
  5. I love the acronym! Lots of good vibes being sent your way, I cannot imagine the immense amount of planning and prep you have to deal with this year with everything being so crazy. I hope everything goes smoothly for you! Love that you will be getting your students outside, I feel like kids this year are really going to need it!
  6. Yeah, it will be an adjustment, but I'm very (VERY VERY!) blessed with a really good really smart kid, and only one right now, so it's nowhere near as hard as it could be. Technically, he could have gone back to school, or done online remote learning, but the way those options were presented would not work for our family. My son is going in to 3rd grade, and at the beginning of the quarantine baloney he was at somewhere around a 4th grade reading and math level. When the quarantine started, they basically halted learning new stuff, so the 3rd graders will likely spend the whole first sem
  7. Yeah, the perfectionist in me wouldn't have it any other way xD T_T
  8. Alright! Official start time! Day one point total: 6 - Sundays will almost always be a low point day, it's the day I mostly spend sleeping because it's my transition from normal daywalker back to nightwalker. This challenge will also prove to be especially crucial to developing a routine, as I will now be homeschooling the little one this year, and doing that on a 3rd shift schedule will be tricky.
  9. The online classes are a good idea. Unfortunately the home gym stuff is something I'd love, but I live in an upper apartment and the lady below us already complains about us making too much noise just walking around and talking. Anytime I try to work out inside its met with screaming from below. >_< But it's definitely a thought for the future
  10. waiting for my cell phone to charge enough to go on my run... so i'm setting up my spreadsheet and realized i have no good ideas for rewards for myself this challenge. what are some non-food reward suggestions you guys have. Looking for a range, from small rewards for not the best performance, to really big rewards for A+ performance. Almost all the previous rewards I had set up were things that we have not opened back up here - concerts, fitness classes, day spas/massages...
  11. Rooting for you! I love the simplicity and effectiveness of a raw point system. Following
  12. For the veggie issue, has anyone here tried the Plant Jammer app? I really like it - but unfortunately my bf (who makes most of the food because I'm sleeping due to 3rd shift work) thinks it's too complicated or too hard to learn anything new, so often he throws a fit if I throw one if these recipes at him. But the app is really great, you can either start with a base recipe you wanna make (like ramen, or stir fry or omelette etc) and a base ingredient or 2, or start with a base ingredient or two to generate a list of dishes that would work well, and then it will make suggestions unt
  13. Love this! Enjoy your week off! Disconnecting is always so peaceful!
  14. Ooh this is awesome. Definitely following for the cosplay and the curly girl updates (my hair used to be a wild unkempt mess of curls and frizz, but years of damage have left them absolutely limp and just barely wavy now... I need to do something about that...)
  15. So, got in my run for the day despite the sticky gross heat even at 7 this morning >_< I dont always update on the forums regularly, but I am keeping my instagram updated fairly regularly, if anyone wants go follow along there @lifeslittlemistrys.
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