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  1. I decided to jump back into the challenges. A little last minute, but I hope it's the right decision. I was considering taking a break or at most jumping to the accoutabuddies to do some even more last minute cramming pre college. Maybe that AA degree would look cool on my wall, but would it benefit me more than something else I cold get done with the work and time I have right now? I know my mom would be upset, but given the choice between what to do with the few hours I have after work and the realistic amount of motivation I could put into a goal, rehabbing my body is always going to take precedence over shiny things to hang on the wall. I can go to school, actually that's the plan. Who cares? I just don't see the long term benefit of throwing all my effort at a slip of paper I'll only ever use for transfer credits. I will for certain be using this body. Is it the best decision? Who knows, but I'm going to make it.
  2. It's challenge time, and that means you all get to hear about my grass hut dream again. I hope you missed me. Now before you go thinking, “what?†allow me to explain. My boyfriend (that happened) has an uncle whose life quest was to marry a nice girl, have a great family, and retire to the beaches of Hawaii where he would live in a bungalow (grass hut) and surf all day. The grass hut isn’t the prize in itself, it's just the place we happen to keep the things important to us, but it's still the symbol in our minds of a whole life. It's been awhile since my last challenge, and stuff hasn't been great. I need this more than ever, and the timing was too perfect to wait. This is the part in the story where conflict arises. It's going to be a fight from here on out, but I learned a lot of tricks and saw a lot of problems the first two times. So, I’m going to have to take this how it should be; one step at a time, really because this lady is shopping for particularly glittery stairway.
  3. Let's try this again! I really considered this time posting in the druids or adventurers, but then I saw "Strength, Functionality, Mobility." That's exactly what I want, if a little more rudimentary, so I'm here to stay. I want a grass hut. Now before you go thinking, “what?†allow me to explain. My friend has an uncle whose life quest was to marry a nice girl, have a great family, and retire to the beaches of Hawaii where he would live in a bungalow (grass hut) and surf all day. The grass hut isn’t something that can be arrived at, photographed, and left with nothing more than fond memories; it will be a continual journey through life. My first challenge was about doing my physical therapy after surgery and creating good habits. It wasn't perfect, but that's kind of the point of a first challenges isn't it? It's not supposed to be easy, and now the goal is to improve with the following challenges. Though, nobody ever begins the story thinking they’ll save the world, destroy the ring, and kiss the pretty lady (or gentleman!). So, I’m willing to take this how it should be; one step at a time, carefully because the night is dark, and someone moved all the furniture. GOALS 1. I started this one a little early! I decided to do the GAPS into, and I started on the 20th. It's actually way easier and not nearly as terrible as I thought it would be. It's not that I'm craving soup, but I really enjoy eating it, and my body seems to like it. 2. Continue with physical therapy and work in my plans five days a week. I'm still on recovery, so it's mostly PT, walking/jogging, lots of mobility, and body weight. 3. Identify and use methods to relax. My first challenge identified this as a major weak point, and possibly the point of failure for the last one. Life challenge: I take my DLPT on the 24th, so until then PASS IT! After that, if I pass, I'll begin studying for some CLEP tests I'd like to get done this year. First off will be biology because it's the most fun and motivating to study.
  4. I want a grass hut. Now before you go thinking, “what?†allow me to explain. My friend has an uncle whose life quest was to marry a nice girl, have a great family, and retire to the beaches of Hawaii where he would live in a bungalow (grass hut) and surf all day. The grass hut isn’t something that can be arrived at, photographed, and left with nothing more than fond memories; it will be a continual journey through life. My first challenge was about doing my physical therapy after surgery and creating good habits. It wasn't perfect, but that's kind of the point of a first challenges isn't it? It's not supposed to be easy, and now the goal is to improve with the following challenges. Though, nobody ever begins the story thinking they’ll save the world, destroy the ring, and kiss the pretty lady (or gentleman!). So, I’m willing to take this how it should be; one step at a time, carefully because the night is dark, and there are dragons ahead. GOALS 1. I am starting into the GAPS diet to treat some very stubborn digestive issues I've been dealing with. For now I will go straight to the full GAPS diet and save the intro for a later challenge if I feel I need it. 2. Continue with physical therapy and work in my plans five days a week. I'm still on recovery, so it's mostly PT, walking, mobility, and as soon as I get the okay, body weight. 3. Identify and use methods to relax. Last challenge identified this as a major weak point. Life challenge: cram for the DLPT! I have a huge, hugely stressful, job-reliant language test sometime in mid February. A bad time to focus on fitness? Nope. From experience, the best time to have a clear brain and a healthy, alert body.
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