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  1. Hi! I'm Amber and I hail from the Warriors. I'm doing a fairly quiet challenge because holy cats there are a few items on my to do list between now and the end of the month/year. Meditate 5 minutes/day. I've mostly kept up my habit from last round, and I'm increasing from 2 minutes to 5 minutes. Baby steps, people. Journal on non-work days (i.e. days away from my desk, because Lord knows I tend to work more on my 'off' days than any other day) . I journal and meditate when I hit my desk every morning. But there’s a lot of days this month that I won't be at work and I tend to
  2. Truth be told, challenges don't motivate me. Being told what to do, even by myself, makes me want to dig by heels in and not do it. Then, not having done the challenge, I don't want to post. So this is the un-challenge. I'll post what I did with an overly-large dose of off-topic stuff. I'm a firm believer that past performance predicts future performance and in reversion to the mean. Here's what I've been working on for the past year or so. Old Man Back I've had chronic back pain for several years, sometimes quit severe. The last year I've consistently done m
  3. Here I go, trying yet again to organize my life despite my affinity for chaos. So many goals, so many challenges ahead, and yet so much accomplished in 2016 that I'm confident and optimisitic. 2016 was a year of improvements for me: I lost around 50 lbs, give or take 10 or so depending on my bloat level. I got a new job that I don't hate with a passion (used to regularly tempt myself with the idea of hopping into traffic on the way to work, not to kill myself but because an injury would mean at least a day off). I began dressing like an adult- no more hoody and jeans
  4. So umm.....hi. Let me explain....no, is too much. Let me sum up: I'm just coming out of the worst year of my life, complete with mental breakdown and taking a medical leave of absence from work, almost getting divorced, and all that good stuff. I've taken a LONG break from NF, for lots of reasons, but I miss my nerds TERRIBLY and I've decided it's time to come back. Plus, I'm trying something different this time. I've spent most of my adult life feeling like a failure, a fuckup, a worthless piece of sludge. I suffer from depression and ADHD, and so things that are simple for others are n
  5. It's another unambitious one I'm afraid, for reasons I'll get to later. In this challenge I will be... 1 Running Along Girders 1 long run and 2 short runs per week, looking again at technique and increasing speed 2 Leaping Over Barrels At least 1 heavy squat/jump session per week 3 Climbing Ladders Keep working on "plups" - one test and general bodyweight/resistance work towards the elusive goal 4. Impressing Pixelated Babes at the Top of Towers ...and how else would I do that but by wowing them with my knowledge of the language of Camões, Saramago and Pessoa? So then - another t
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