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  1. Sorry I haven't been updating but I am still fighting strong. I finally made a big leap in admitting I need help and today I am meeting with my therapist for the first time because last time I chickened out. I am still looking for a way out of the food service, I haven't had much success and it's been pretty hard on me. I'm still tracking my meals, training and getting out there as much as I can. I started journaling in a notebook to help deal with the pressures of my job and I finally know that what I really want to do is more physical work. I'm currently hoping to get a shipper/receiver job in the parts department at the local Ford dealer. If not I may have to bide my time until some of the new stores open here or something else opens up that's full time and pays enough to meet my financial goals. I've also gone back to using my elliptical when I can't get out. The first half of my workout feels like torture but after that I feel good and want to keep on going. I think it's helping clear my head too as loath as I am to admit it. Anyways this fight is going to be a long one and I'm not losing much weight yet but I feel I am making progress and it's a matter of time. I may have set my goal for my anniversary a little too high but I will keep going until I reach it and get those Fitbits when I do. I'll check in from time to time but not spending much time at my pc these days. Good luck to all of you in your challenges, you continue to inspire me and once I have things more in order I'll be back for another go.
  2. I know you guys are just waiting for me to chime in with something. I debated it for a bit, but then I happened to make a really yummy lunch today and thought I'd share. Curried Shrimp with Celery Root and Broccolini 1TBSP coconut oil 1 small shallot, chopped 1 small (about fist-sized) celery root, peeled and diced 1 small handful of broccolini 1 TBSP of curry powder (or more if you like it strong like me) 1 TBSP No-salt seasoning 1 TBSP coconut aminos 1 portion frozen cooked shrimp optional: 2 TBSP shredded unsweetened coconut In a cast-iron skillet or wok, heat coconut oil on medium. Toss in shallot and cook for about a minute until softened. Add the celery root and no-salt seasoning and stir. Cover with lid and cook until root browns and softens (very similar to potatoes). One the root looks kind of like hash browns, toss in your broccolini and shrimp. Add the coconut aminos and curry powder (and coconut if using), give it a stir and cover again for about 6-7 minutes. Once the shrimp is thawed and broccolini is steamed, dish it up and enjoy! Btw, Cheechoe how did the venison chili come out? Yesterday I had some beef short ribs thawed that I was supposed to cook all day in the crock and I forgot to put them in early so I ended up rubbing them with 5-spice and tossing them in the crock on high with a little coconut aminos and coconut oil. They cooked for 3 1/2 hours and came out pretty good. I was glad they were still tender enough to slide the bones right out.
  3. Today feels like another success. My body is ripped up pretty good from hapkido last night. We did a LOT of throwing and flying. Our main instructor has stepped things up this year, he's pushing us a lot harder like he used to and I am responding to it well. I really missed the killer workouts and am happy to see them back. It's getting pretty cold here, this morning when I got up it was -3C. I got out quite a bit but did more walking than running and even visited Olive for a bit to check in on her. She was happy to see me. My big struggle today is appetite. I've got terrible munchies and can't seem to get rid of them. I keep drinking water and a few times reached for the coffee and ended up making tea instead. I've fought off the temptation to get some ice cream a few times today. Twice I ended up having fruit instead just to fill my craving. I had chia pudding for breakfast and I think that may be where I went wrong. I also ate with my husband so it was fairly early. Tonight I have to work at a dinner, in the dish room thankfully and I hope I can keep avoiding the temptations. In fact, I plan on having my own dinner quite early then testing how long I can fast tomorrow. I'm shooting for 16 to 18 hours with a HIIT session before my first meal. I'm thinking 3 rounds of 10 crossover push-ups, 10 burpees with knee tucks and 10 pike push-ups to build more shoulder strength for handstands. Warm-up will be a jog to get the paper and back in the cold. Today was enough rest, I need to get in there and keep fighting strong. Maybe before work tonight I'll get in a mini workout as my headache allows. I have been wanting one of those cute little studs on the side of my nose. I have a long way to go to earn the tattoo I want though. I'm getting a hapkido one when I get my black belt. I may have stalled for now but it WILL happen. Yep, I got my work cut out for me. I'm using the Seinfeld method to help me here some, especially with diet. Today I said no grain, no dairy time to start some chains!
  4. It takes a lot of courage to do a challenge like this but it takes even more courage to know when to say "enough is enough". Trusting yourself is one of the hardest things to do, but it's also one of the smartest. You do what you need, get yourself back in balance and we'll be here waiting for you. I've cut back on posting my logs as much here this challenge because it was starting to overwhelm me. I'll likely take a break the next challenge myself to try and get more of my life together. Stuff takes time, and where motivation is good sometimes it becomes too much pressure. Be good to yourself and remember you have friends here.
  5. I'm back from the city and after having indulged in a few treats while there (I had some fries and chocolate) I'm ready to get back into the fight. But hold up, now there are some big stakes involved. I've been unhappy with my weight sitting in the 150's since July and I've been having a very difficult time motivating myself to do something about it beyond cleaning up my diet. That's stopping today. You see, I've been wanting a fitbit for a while now. While in the city, I tried one on and really thought about buying it to help me. My husband was fine with that, but I chose not to get it and came up with an even better idea. I have to EARN it. But I'm not trying to just earn one for myself, oh no it's bigger than that. I'm earning one for each of us (once I told him about it he was impressed and liked the idea.) So what's the deal? It's simple really. No set structure for food or workouts, just do anything possible to get back to the low 140 or under range on the scale by our upcoming anniversary on Nov. 20th. That gives me about 2 months to lose at least 10 pounds. If I can get below 140, there's a bonus too. I'm finally getting that piercing I've been wanting for a few months now. I'm pretty fired up to do this with the extra incentive, and last night when we did our weight session instead of running stairs we went out for a walk and I did wind sprints every block to the 7-11. My rest time was walking back to him and to the end of the block again until we crossed the street and I started again. Today I slept in and got well rested before having a later breakfast (it was very low carb too) and JOGGING to get the paper and back. I went downtown again later also jogging the way there (I had to carry stuff back) killed a sweet craving with a healthy alternative at the health food store and walked home. Then I did squats while folding laundry and biked to Wal-mart for a few more things I needed for the house. When I got home I helped mom clean the garage gutters and put the garden hoses away for fall before eating a filling salad for lunch. Did I mention, hapkido is tonight? I am so full of amazing energy today and I've got the momentum again to get shit done. I wanted to get to visit one of my new friends today, but I'll see my co-worker in class tonight and I have another load of laundry to go fold before getting in a little progress on my current crochet project, meeting up with the farmer for my eggs and making dinner. I'm back in it to win it! That sounds hilariously fun. I haven't gotten up there to try this yet but it's coming. I'm going to put all this energy to good use this time for sure, no slacking off now!
  6. Today wasn't as great an end to the week as I'd have liked. It was my higher carb allowance day and I stayed under my cap but I am noticing a trend here in protein being high. And yeah, I treated myself a bit but I felt very distressed today at work even though there wasn't that much a need for it. I was trying too hard again. http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/diary/Chrissa_Hunt No workout tonight, so only 2 strength sessions this week. I did however help mom with a little yard work, wash the car and get my gym pass for the base so I can start going. I didn't get to visit any of my new friends today but tomorrow we're hitting the road to Edmonton for his appointment and we're staying overnight, so no hapkido. I will likely hit the hotel gym for a workout though and I'm going to take my hapkido notes with me to remind me I need to bone up on my techniques again. I came to a realization too while I was out having my walk today. I'm focusing too much on my diet and not enough on my physical activity. The reason I was in better shape this time last year is: I did more. My job was more physically demanding, I biked to work daily, I biked on days off, I walked, ran and I exercised. I was watching what I eat but not so tightly and I was able to enjoy it more. I think while we're on the road I'll spend the time working out my new plan. Round 1 was a draw, I couldn't call it a win. I'll make my comeback in Round 2. I think part of phase 2 will involve a meal photo log instead of MFP. Having to snap pics of snacks will be a pain, the loser inside is lazy, it may put her off snacking a bit more. I'm also looking at the tennis ball on my desk, there's a nice wall at the park on top the hill near my house. I don't have a racquet but I got hands...
  7. Yay! i can finally update: Yesterday wasn't too bad but I could do better. It started with a paper walk in the cold (2C) with a full moon overhead and a little over an hour later I got home to a beautiful sunrise. Right in my eyes. I got out again later in the afternoon and saw an elderly neighbor struggling with her trash, so I stopped and helped her and we had a nice conversation. Josie used to come in the store I worked at all the time before it closed and she remembered me. She gave me her phone number and asked me to call her next time I was going for a leisurely walk downtown so she could accompany me and we could shop and go for coffee. Next time I have a free day I think I'll do just that and treat her to lunch or something. On the eating front, I found myself pretty hungry in the afternoon. I stayed within my limits again and I realize the cravings and low energy I've been having is a part of the adaptation period but I'm pretty skeptical at how sustainable a keto diet is for me at this juncture. To be honest, I don't like the amount of dairy I'm eating to meet fat/protein needs while keeping carbs low, I miss having more of my veggies too. I will tough it out till the end of the week but I can see some modifications may be in order. The oddest thing though is I don't miss the fruit that much and though I've been a little heavy on the coffee drinking lately (mostly decaf) it seems to have lost it's appeal to me if nothing is in it. Tea isn't doing it for me lately either. I am thinking next week I may avoid caffeine again except for the matcha content in my greens powder. I think I can get by on water and the occasional unsweetened almond milk for at least a week. Maybe a little herbal tea like peppermint since that seems to be ok still. Even though I felt low on energy again we completed the dumbbell routine, but I didn't have my usual steam and we skipped the finisher. The fitness class the night before left my husband sore in a few spaces and I felt a bit of stiffness in my back. I made sure we got a good stretch for our cooldown to help and I see an epsom salt bath in my near future. Today: Back to work after having nearly a week off and even though I wrote myself a note to read before work giving me hell for today I still disappointed myself a little. It was mostly the cheese/dairy that seems to be my problem again, though I was also into some of the meat. I love my protein a little too much I think. On the upside, I found out that I can take a copy of my contract for the base and get a free gym pass to use! My co-worker that has been coming to hapkido works out there often with the weights so I can see some after work excursions in my future. I'll stop and get that pass tomorrow, the paper I need is already in my bag. Tonight is a rest day for sure and after dinner i plan on having that bath. I want to be well rested for my early day tomorrow so I can finish the week stronger. Maybe I'll go visit Olive tomorrow afternoon.
  8. Glad you found some inspiration here, I like to check in every once in a while myself to see how others are doing and it usually helps motivate me as well. I may not comment much because my cell phone won't let me post for some reason but I should be getting a new one in the near future. Keep up the awesomeness. You got it!
  9. Today was a pretty good day. I met this really nice older lady named Olive who used to be a cook of all things and we had quite a bit in common. We chatted for over an hour and I really enjoyed visiting her and will definitely be going back to see her again. It felt really good to see how delighted she was to spend time with me and her smile was worth every minute of it. This morning I didn't get out for a walk and didn't stretch like I wanted to but I was just cold and tired and needed to relax. I realized something already too, the loser inside me has been sneaky the last few days and let me forget the part about eating a later breakfast because I've been on days off and eating with my husband. I wasn't going to let that change my meal times and I did. I was pretty hungry when I got up though. Today I had my macronutrients in check and calories right on target. http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/diary/Chrissa_Hunt The workout we went to tonight was with a Beachbody coach who had us doing Les Mills Combat. I was actually disappointed in it after they said it had all sorts of mixed martial arts. Mixed with rhythm and dance, I really had to fight my muscle memory through the routine and it felt very unnatural. I'm just too set in my ways from hapkido training and I would have rathered that strength session tonight. I'm doing one tomorrow night for sure because my poor arms didn't get much burn at all and as much as it got my heart rate up I didn't get as much of a sweat as I'd have liked. I hate when a workout feels like I haven't accomplished anything. I need to shake off the negativity I'm feeling about it tonight. I'll just leave it at: It's NOT for me. Not much else to report tonight, I am disappointed I didn't get out and walk much today and I'm going to have to get a bit tougher on that woman in the mirror tomorrow. I didn't put enough umph into our little dialogue this morning and she wasn't fired up enough.
  10. Today was a tough day motivation-wise. It's getting colder here and part of it may be my body adapting to the low carbs but I had a hard time making myself move. I did manage some stretching this morning after my daily pep talk (which is more like trash talking myself in the mirror) and I got out for a short rather brisk walk today after scheduling an appointment tomorrow morning for my visit to the senior home. Eating went ok today, though I found breakfast didn't really satisfy me much so halfway through the morning I was nibbling on some cheese and roast beef. I hit the cap for carbs today without going over and my protein was a little higher than target but it makes up for the last two days when it was below. I caught myself thinking that I should get some more fat into me because my calories seemed low but then I realized that I don't have to worry about a target for that one because it's where I can be flexible. http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/diary/Chrissa_Hunt I have a feeling I need to be letting myself rest a bit more until I adjust but I didn't want to miss hapkido tonight. I won't be there Monday because I'll be staying overnight in the city for my husband's doctor appointment. Tomorrow he was invited to a free workout session by some co-workers and asked me if I wanted to come. I am going for sure to show support. We still have two strength sessions to go this week as well and I may have to sacrifice one if my body needs the rest. I won't let that loser inside me wimp out though, so I'll go on how it feels even if it means doing it alone earlier in the day. I already feel like she was making me fight a lot harder today and I had a little more coffee than I'd like but it's all good. I'm still putting her in her place and will continue to do so tomorrow. One last note on the friend project: My co-worker showed up for another class and also showed interest in tomorrow night's workout. We exchanged cell numbers and I may have to lend her a white belt. I think this is a great start.
  11. So today was a little tougher, last night's hapkido class really put me through the ringer and I hurt everywhere. That was a good fight. This morning I told that lazy woman that tries to bring me down not to get cocky just because of a successful first day. The fights only get harder from here on it and I'm going to whip her ass into shape. I got in a short yoga routine before breakfast and it really made me feel every muscle that took the pounding. There's nothing quite so satisfying than barely being able to move after destroying yourself. Eating went very well today, I felt some hunger but squashed any sweet cravings I had and sucked it up. http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/diary/Chrissa_Hunt Macronutrient ratios were more on target and I got out for a paper walk this morning but spent most the day recovering for tomorrow's class. I was tired earlier than usual but still pushed through our dumbbell division session. Skipped the finisher but I know for sure that I was done. I also looked into those volunteering opportunities that were available and decided that tomorrow I may go check out one to be a companion at the old folks home. I'd get to go for walks and play cards and stuff with some of the seniors and perhaps make some new friends. I always got along well with the elderly, they always have so much to teach us and they have the best stories to tell! Going to go wind down now and get ready for bed. I think it may involve some Rub A535 tonight. I want to be fresh again to come out fighting again tomorrow. "People do it everyday, they talk to themselves, they see themselves as they'd like to be, they don't have the courage you have, to just run with it."-Tyler Durden
  12. I may have to peek in on the druids sometime. Looks like you're off to a great start, way to come back strong.
  13. Not sure either, but I made sure to hold my core and glutes tight the whole time like I've been shown. I've done the feet both ways and it doesn't seem to make that much difference to me.
  14. Class went awesome and one of the ladies I work with showed up to check it out. She's a gym regular who does a lot of weight training so I think there may be some good friend potential there. We also had a former student of my instructor's father return to training tonight and he's the same level as me! I got to work with him a bit helping him get back up to speed and he taught me a lot. Working together, we may get to grade together if all goes well. Here's how I did on the eating front today: http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/diary/Chrissa_Hunt Surprisingly, I ate a lot less than I usually do and I wasn't really hungry. I felt awesome all day. Can't wait for our strength session tomorrow. Going to relax and climb into bed shortly. I want to be well-rested when I get up and give this bitch hell again tomorrow. Livin the dream!
  15. I am waiting for the vid to upload so you'll actually believe me. Plank time: 5:12 I couldn't believe it myself until I took a look at the vid!
  16. AT least you are taking action, grandiose theme or not. I admire that and totally can relate with the whole job thing. I've been having a very similar problem for the last several months and like you, I lack the qualifications that are in demand for the careers that interest me and the funding to go and get those qualifications. I find getting back on track with workouts tends to help make everything else slowly start to fall into place. You know what you're doing so just keep it up and you will be fine. "If you're in hell, keep going."
  17. Hmm plank time eh? Or as we call it at hapkido, think position. Is it too late to go in?
  18. Started my morning off right today. I got up and gave myself hell in the bathroom mirror. I did a quick yoga routine to stretch. I made it up as I went so I had no excuse not to do it but I want to find a set routine to do daily. AFter that, I did 100 punches, 100 kicks and got my behind out the door for a paper walk with Hex. Except I didn't walk the whole way to the 7-11, I did sprints and walked back. Then, I had breakfast. Got the cleaning done and some laundry before lunch. So far my net carbs are LOW. I did a little shopping for some good sources or fat and protein (yay, there's butter and cheese in the house again!) for my keto experiment and then cleared out my e-mail and started looking into what volunteer opportunities there are around me so I can get a start on getting out there and helping people. There's hapkido tonight so I'm really looking forward to it. I feel great today, this beast has awakened and she's taking control. I love your quote, it's awesome. I'm not going to try to live up to the hero expectations, I'm just going to go with what feels right. That being said, I hope it inspires you to get out there and kick some ass. The friend part is something that I've neglected for too long. I'm going to fix that now. I totally know what you mean about belly jiggle. It pisses me off when I do jumping jacks and it hangs the worst when I am doing my planks. I hope I can maintain the keto long enough to make it go away. I will figure it out eventually. I refuse to give up. I don't do anything half-assed and I am more confident now that I have a few challenges under my belt. I'm gonna give 'er hell! Thanks for dropping by Zuel, glad to see you still hanging around. I'm going to give you a good show this time around. Thrillho, thanks for the vid. Love it!
  19. Love the theme this time around. I may try the weekly thing yet, we'll see how things go. Us monks love our fights!
  20. "All the ways you wish you could be, that's me. I look like you wanna look, I fuck like you wanna fuck, I am smart, capable and most importantly, I am free in all the ways that you are not." -Tyler Durden Main Quest: Live as the person I wish I was, becoming my own version of Tyler Durden. 1st Rule: You do not talk about Fight Club.2nd Rule: You DO NOT talk about Fight Club. Life Quest: I will not talk about my diet or this challenge to anyone except those involved. Yeah, I am one of those. When I first started losing weight a few years ago, I found telling everyone what I was trying to do helped keep me accountable and it really helped. Now it's become a hindrance to me because it seems like it's all I talk about and I've become annoying. I also tend to share too much and would like to teach myself to focus my conversations on the other person and not give so much away about myself. My Tyler Durden has fun figuring people out, is mysterious about herself and never tells all of her secrets. She doesn't talk about her accomplishments, rather letting people assume what they will. Grading: Pass or Fail +4 Cha (For not being "that" person.) 3rd Rule: If someone says "stop", goes limp or taps out the fight is over.4th Rule: Only two guys to a fight.5th Rule: One fight at a time. My Tyler Durden knows when to quit. She doesn't force herself to keep going when she needs rest and doesn't feel bad about it later. If something isn't working, she stops doing it in futility and tries something else. Her fight is with the loser Chrissa, nobody else. She does not compare herself to anyone but that loser inside that wants her to take the easy, lazy way, eat the junk food (Tyler is a food industry terrorist remember...Pee cake anyone?) and continue to get fat again. She doesn't need to measure and weight herself. The image in the mirror and the fit of her jeans is enough motivation for her. Goal #1: Eat like her. My inner Tyler doesn't care for sweets and junk food. Isn't a big fan of heavy carbs or starches. She hates having to track meals and spend too much time planning and preparing them. She keeps her plans simple, fast and sticks to a few basic meals to stay on track with the least amount of effort. She consumes the right foods instead of letting food consume her. The action plan is simple, I'm attempting to go low enough carb for keto 6 days a week. Eating 1600 calories/day that will mean 25 grams or less of net carbs, 95 grams of protein and around 124 grams of fat. The other day I will allow for up to 75 grams of carbs as a treat or "cheat" meal. This leaves very little room for snacking between meals (which my Tyler disdains) and works best for me if I eat breakfast late as possible, preferably after a good workout. Grading: At the end of the day it's pass or fail for staying within the above macronutrient limits. 1 Point for every pass so I need 42/42 to get a 100%. Wis +3 (for learning what works/perseverance), Cha +1 (for leaning up and being more confident) She tackles one fight at a time, one day at a time, one hour at a time. She doesn't try to do too much at once and doesn't waste time on anything that does not help her main goal. 6th Rule: No shirts, no shoes. Goal #2: Train like her. My Tyler trains hard. No shirts, no shoes? Hell yeah! She works out without a shirt so she can see just what she is trying to accomplish. We don't wear shoes at hapkido, and you better believe she will be there religiously. She stretches daily and does a warm-up of punches and kicks to start her day. Before breakfast (or she doesn't eat!). She practices her techniques often, walks, runs or bikes in favor of taking the car whenever able and does strength training 3 times/week with or without her husband. She doesn't do excuses. Grading: 1 point for every strength and hapkido session attended for a total of 30/30. If a class is cancelled it will be scaled down (29/29 and so on). +3 Str (obviously), +2 Sta (persistence) Bonus points for each full week of pre-breakfast stretching and warm-up. 7th Rule: Fights will go on as long as they have to.8th Rule: If this is your first night at Fight Club, you HAVE to fight. Goal #3: Act like her. My Tyler likes the feel of a good workout, would rather get sweaty and sore than sit around surfing the web for stuff she doesn't need. "We buy things we don't need with money we don't have to impress people we don't like." She wants her blue belt and is pissed at loser Chrissa for dragging her heels. She tells Chrissa off in the mirror every morning. Daily. She gives that bitch shit and works herself up to prepare for her day. She's not perfect and she acknowledges that, but she knows what she wants and never gives up. She is playful, sexy and fun. Most importantly, she surrounds herself with people who she admires. She spends time with them and enjoys helping others. Grading: Pass or Fail, make at least 2 new friends who are a positive influence and spend time with them often. +2 Con. Bonus factor of being psyched up and just plain bad-ass for telling myself off every morning.
  21. You did good all things considered, these challenges always teach us how we can be better and each one we face makes us stronger. I look forward to seeing you in future challenges! Remember the two benefits of failure. First, if you do fail, you learn what doesn't work; and second, the failure gives you the opportunity to try a new approach.
  22. I definitely learned a lot this challenge, and I see that I still have a long way to go. I made some good progress, especially as far as willpower is concerned and I found I really enjoy our strength sessions. The thing that affected me the most though, was the day after the challenge when I decided to give myself an indulgence that included a few french fries, panko coated chicken fingers and some ice cream. It made me violently ill and I'm still feeling pretty crappy from it as I post this. It pretty much turned me off of wanting that kind of junk in my body ever again. I also found that I don't crave the coffee so much anymore and most of it has lost it's appeal to me. I think I'm breaking off the caffeine quite nicely and I plan to work on lowering my sweet intake nxt. I've been looking into going Paleo-Ketogenic next and using the calculator I've found online that will mean no more than 25g carbs/day. I thought it was daunting when I first saw that but after being ill this past day I can see where cutting back the carbs would feel better on my stomach. I found even pumpkin puree to sit too heavily and make me sluggish and I do love my salad veggies which makes this doable. Hardest part honestly, will be eating less tomato sauces. The best part of this challenge was the support I felt from everyone here. I'm actually thinking about starting my own rebel fitness group here in town and seeing if I can make a few new friends who are willing to support each other in person. It would be nice to have someone to text or call when starting to slip and needing an extra kick in the pants. Thank you all for keeping me honest throughout this challenge, helping me to get over the worst days and celebrating the best ones. I couldn't have made it without you all.
  23. Final Evaluation Weight: 151 lbsNeck: 13.5 inWaist: 34.5 inHips: 38.5 in Goal 1: Eat 100% Paleo Subject was able to maintain prescribed diet with very few slip ups, the final week she was able to limit coffee consumption quite well however the amount of treats/sweets she ate were a bit in excess. Processed meats and cheese have also been problematic. Overall assesment: 80% compliance. Final Grade: B (+4 Con) Goal 2: Do strength training 3 times per week. Subject attended most scheduled strength sessions and kept steady progression. She only missed 2 workouts over the entire 6 weeks. The finishing move was not always implemented but 16/18 workouts is not bad. Overall assesment: 89% Final Grade: B+ (+4 Str, +2 Sta) Goal 3: Keep a log. Subject logged every day without omissions. She also logged workouts in a notebook for comparison and saw much improvement. Overall assesment: 100% Final Grade: A (+2 Cha) Life Quest: Replace retail therapy with recreation. Subject overspent, and had the most difficult time holding to this objective. She did however get out a little more and discovered several alternative ways to relax and unwind. She has become more aware of her budget and spending and will tackle this again in the near future. Overall assesment: 0% Final Grade: F Final Overall Evaluation Subject now shows higher resistance to the SNAD Virus and has developed antibodies that help to purge (literally!) her system of harmful toxins. Decontamination is now complete but subject will have to remain vigilant until the threat is fully eradicated.
  24. Sorry this is late in getting up, I meant to do it this afternoon but I was violently ill today thanks to my own stupidity-I ate the gluten. My last day went pretty ok actually and I'll post final results and thoughts soon as I am able. For now I'm just waiting out the crap in my system. On the bright side, it pretty much turned me off wanting it ever again. Log File 09.08.13 Day 42 04:02 Woke up and meditated 10 minutes. 04:40 Decaf, clack. 08:05 Breakfast: Chia protein pudding with pumpkin, shredded coconut, a few almonds and a splash of maple syrup. Decaf green tea. Brushed afterwards. 09:30 decaf, black. 12:55 Lunch: Butter lettuce with 1/4 avocado, leftover mooseloaf, mayo, olives, cherry tomatoes, a few spears asparagus, a homemade pickle and a spoon of coconut butter. Brushed after. 13:36 Paper walk. 14:00 A handful of pork rinds. 17:10 Dumbell division Session D (done by myself, no finisher) 17:50 Dinner: Venison and goat cheese stuffed squash with a side of broccoli. Small piece of banana bread experiment (made with coconut flour) 18:55 Went to see Riddick! Further notes: Not a bad last day at all. Remembering my promise to you all really kept me in check at work and drove me to do my workout alone when Hex was too tired to do it. The only reason I skipped the finisher was because he skipped lunch and I had to hurry up and get dinner on the table. If hapkido is as intense tomorrow as it was last week I'll make up for it for sure. Didn't post last night because of the movie but yeah...Riddick was good. I had to take my chance to go see it. Btw: Riddick was a little disappointing. It had some good moments but it was very disjointed. Oh well tomorrow Star Trek is out on Blu Ray and I'm gonna buy it.
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