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  1. jtggodqos - detox Main Quest ultimately, I will achieve a body weight of 130lbs and a body fat percentage under 25. Goals Exercise: I vow to adhere to the following workout plan every day, with the rare exception.Mon, Wed, Fri: upper body (bench press, military press, seated row, bicep curl, tricep curl, lat pulldown)Tue, Thu, Sat/Sun: lower body (calf raises, squats, lunges)Diet: I vow to refrain from consuming more than 1700 clean kcal every day, with the rare exception.Alcohol: I vow to refrain from purchasing any alcohol, with the rare exception.Positivity: I vow to post one positive
  2. OK, I've been lurking here for months, since I first started reading NF blog last year. I've wanted to try the 6-week challenge for a long time, and the weight of my health choices has become too much to bear. Time for change! *Deep breath* My most crucial and urgent health issues primarily stem from a personal struggle I've lived with my whole adult life - alcoholism. I'm sure any of you who've dealt with addiction before understand it's a difficult thing to speak openly about, and I must confess I felt a great deal of reluctance to share this. I'm quite a private person by nature, and I
  3. For the most part I really lucked out in the In-Law lottery. I love my in-laws and enjoy their company. They quickly got over their initial judgement of me and have been nothing but accepting and encouraging since. Except one for one thing. One major thing. They drink. A lot. As the child of an abusive alcoholic this is not okay. So I try to limit it when I can. Obviously drink water, got to places/do activities where alcohol isn't a part of the landscape, only get limited quantities of alcohol for good dinners. It doesn't seem to help. This weekend they came down. We had a bottle of whi
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