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Hey y'all! I've been taking the last few days to really hammer out what I want to achieve this challenge. It's going to be slightly similar to the last challenge, but a bit more EXTREME! because we have to be EXTREME!!!! During this challenge, the last week and a half will be spent in the US, which terrifies me because I know just how easy it is there to gain weight. I've worked so hard already, and I really don't want to fuck it up. (also, should be noted here that if you're sensitive to cursing, might as well not look to this thread for advice. I tend to curse a lot) TO THE QUEST!!!! Main Goal: to continue my quest for ridding myself of extra padding as well as gaining valuable health points. I will achieve this by the following quests: Quest 1: To completely run a 5K race. I have just registered for this race, which will happen on July 11th. Registering and paying is a good kick in the ass for me. I hate wasting money. Also I'm telling friends and family back home. I know my mother at least will keep nagging me about it. So, training must happen. Part of this goal will be running four times a week, excluding hashes. Hashes will be like a little test every weekend on my progress thus far. Quest 2: To overhaul my diet At this moment, I'm fairly paleo during the week, and on weekends I just lose it. I'm sticking to paleo much better this time around. It worked so well last challenge, so I know it works. I just have to commit to doing better. Quest 3: To allow myself sufficient rest Right now I'm slipping back into my bad sleep habits. Keeping my phone close to my bed, surfing reddit until too late, and averaging about 5 hours a night. To lose weight and be the healthiest I possibly can, my body requires sleep, and a proper amount at that. Time to redesign my batcave and get myself into better sleeping habits. Better sleep habits also mean my sleep paralysis gets a bit better, which is always a good thing. I might add another goal for a life quest later, but this is a good start, I feel. On-on!