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  • Birthday 05/19/1974

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  1. I'm currently on Day 7 of my Whole30 journey. I have done bits and pieces (no gluten/dairy, no sugar, etc) of this over the last 8 years since my diagnosis with MS. What I realized lately is that, although my symptoms are minimal, I just wasn't feeling good (and I wasn't eating good whole foods *hand to forehead*). So I went full out, cold turkey and am already feeling better. I found this link - http://whole9life.com/2012/06/the-whole30-timeline/ - which helped me to understand how I have been physically/emotionally feeling in these first few days. Thanks for the support thread, it's exactly
  2. Morning squad! I'm back from vacation so I'll be back at it. Hope you are all doing well!
  3. thank you for sharing about your life with us :)

  4. Thanks so much for your post.

  5. Sorry folks, I'm going to be MIA for the next 7 days on a vacation with my family. I'll still be working out, however, I may not be actively on line.
  6. Quentin, I have a spreadsheet and track all my workouts for that exact reason - which is also tracked each time on my blog here at NF. I was unable to track my planks because I forgot my watch and the meatheads were in the way of the clock! Thanks for the input. Grllpwr
  7. Sorry folks, I planked today but didn't have my watch.
  8. I'm in for SqWAT - 1min30 sec for planks for me today. Awesome job Quentin with 7 mins!
  9. We have a SQUAD CHALLENGE if you didn't see it...planking, planking, planking. FYI - I'm not a great planker (is that a word?).
  10. Hey Squad S! Linking to my latest update: http://nerdfitness.com/community/entry.php?5244-Dumbbell-Division-Day-13
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    Can I be added please?? http://nerdfitness.com/community/entry.php?4066-Challenge
  12. I had the paraguard, which is the IUD without hormones because I refused to put them into my body. I still had horrible crampy periods and just didn't feel right. After having the thing about a year, I asked my husband to have surgery so that I could have it removed. He did and I've been without it for three months and feel so much better. One of the issues for me, I think, was that I've never had children so the insertion was extremely painful and my body was never quite the same after.
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