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I've been stalking Nerd Fitness since February, but I just signed up for an account. I've adopted a paleo lifestyle and have lost 15 lbs in two months. I've recently fallen off the paleo wagon, stopped excercising, stopped stretching, and stopped reading ... so I figured participating in this challenge would help set me straight again. I hope. I'm really good at talking myself out of everything. Ugh.

 

I live in the mountains and I enjoy a wide array of activities, but I haven't created a habit yet. I want to prioritize excercising, but I find a million excuses to not move my ass. #shame

 

Here are my goals.

 

Fitness

1. Return to nirvana

I used to practice at least once, if not twice, a week and I felt uhmazing. I'd like to return to that. My goal is to practice yoga twice a week. I'm currently into Ashtanga, but I want to practice sun salutations in the morning if I can't get to a class. I will measure my success by the strength of my headstand. Currently, I can barely get my feet in the air for a second.

 

Grading:

A = 10 second headstand

B = 8 seconds

C = 6 seconds

D = 4 seconds

F = 2 seconds

 

2. Miles in the saddle

I recently bought a mountain bike and a road bike cause ... cause why not!? I need to train my butt to love that saddle so I can ride longer rides. My goal is to get out on a bike (road bike or mountain bike) at least three times a week. I'd like to get comfortable enough to ride 70 miles in one sitting. I currently get out once or twice a week at an average of 15 miles. My longest ride so far was 46 miles. This challenge will hopefully set the tone for me to participate in a century ride (100 miles) in September.

 

A = 70 miles

B = 65 miles

C = 60 miles

D = 55 miles

F = 50 miles

 

Nutrition

3. Cavewoman goodness

I adopted a paleo diet in March and I've loved every minute. Couple of factors have led me astray and I'd like to return to eating a strict paleo diet for 6 days of the week. I'm a sucker for wine, so this should help me in limiting my wine consumption to one night! On average, I lost one pound a week on paleo. I'll measure the success of this goal in weight loss. I'd like to see myself at least 6 pounds lighter.

 

A = 6 pounds down

B = 5 pounds down

C = 4 pounds down

D = 3 pounds down

F = 2 pounds down

 

Personal

4. Use my vowels!

I'm the publisher and editor of a local newspaper so I've lost the motivation to read at night (and just drink wine instead!) so this goal is to get me back to reading for pleasure on a daily basis. I can't tell you how many books I have sitting in my house with bookmarks in them. I have a tendency to start books and never finish them. With this goal, I hope to read for at least 30 minutes before bed every night. By reading 30 minutes a night, I should complete at least 2 (full) books and potentially any others that I started but never finished.

 

A = 2 books

B = 1.5 books

C = 1 book

D = Finish only one book I already started

F = Start a book (or two) and don't finish them

 

Bonus goals:

In reading other people's goals, I wanted to adopt some as my own, bonus goals.

 

1. Get up!

I suck at getting out of bed. As a bonus challenge, I'm going to try and not snooze Monday through Fridays.

 

2. Pump me up

I'm interested in weight training, so I'm going to try to explore that part of the gym (scary!) Nothing extreme. Just even going and touching the weights will be a start. I'm going to try the beginnger's body workout thing on NF and see where it goes...

 

 

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Review of week one:

 

Riding the bike:

I wanted to ride my bike at least three days but only made it to two. I don't feel bad though because I did ride my bike on Sunday (the day before the official start of the Challenge) and I went camping/hiking and that took away time from riding (which I would have done if I wasn't in the middle of the woods).

 

Miles in week one: 24.6 (32.8 if I include Sunday's ride before the challenge ... which doesn't count).

 

Yoga:

I was supposed to do yoga at least twice a week. I made it to one class and it made me so sore, I didn't do yoga the rest of the week. As I get stronger, I'll be able to do yoga more frequently without crying like a little girl.

 

Headstand progress hasn't changed. Can kick my feet up but they don't stay up.

 

Paleo:

Definitely went off track this week in terms of eating strict paleo. I've already been on a paleo diet for a few months, but I was adding more and more non paleo items into my diet. Although I would say I'm definitely not as bad, I did slip a few times (PIE!).

 

And of course the wine. I failed in trying to just drink once a week. Sadly, I think I drank wine (at least one glass) every night after Monday night. Damn birthdays, and visitors, and friends, and fun times. I might try to wean myself off the wine drinking in a less drastic way since obviously I can't handle just drinking once a week.

 

Despite all of that, I did lose 1 pound this week. BOOM!

 

Reading:

Although I did not technically read 30 minutes EVERY night, I did read enough to get me through half of my book. My goal is to read 2 books by the end of the challenge and at this rate, I'm in good shape.

 

Bonus goals:

In addition to my above fitness goals, I did manage to get to the gym once this past week to explore weight lifting. I saw a personal trainer train some girls and after the session was over, I went over and asked her for the proper technique for dead lifts. She was happy to help and even gave an analogy I can relate to (using yoga!) so I started with some simple reps of 10. (I went again today (week 2) and I am very stoked on the progress already).

 

Anti snooze:

I think I snoozed once this week. I've been getting up early to ride and go to the gym with a friend, and that really helps not snooze. I really enjoy the mornings and all the working out has tired me out so I fall asleep better. I haven't taken melatonin once this week! It's amazing.

 

In addition, I tried the step master for the first time last week and I enjoyed it so much that I do a 30 minute warm up before I start weight lifting. Who would have thought.

 

Workout recap:

June 3, Monday: None

June 4, Tuesday: 10.4 miles cycling, 90 minutes of Ashtanga yoga (beast mode!)

June 5, Wednesday: Stairmaster 30 min, weight training (deadlifts, rows, triceps, biceps)

June 6, Thursday: None (too sore)

June 7, Friday: 14.2 miles cycling

June 8, Saturday: hiked 5.5 miles

June 9, Sunday: Rest day

 

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Week two:

 

Bike riding:

Only logged 22 miles this week. Trip to LA kinda ruined riding over the weekend.

 

Yoga:

Didn't do an actual practice. I only did some practice at home to stretch out. Although I am getting stronger and more confident in my headstand. I don't hesitate in kicking my legs up and I can balance a little bit longer, which is exciting.

 

Paleo:

Hah! I went to a bridal shower and celebrated a belated birthday with my family over the weekend. Needless to say my sugar and alcohol consumption increased significantly.

 

Weirdly enough, I dropped 2 pounds this week. Odd...

 

Reading:

I only ready once before bed. Oops.

 

Not the best week for me. Here's to making week three better!

 

Workout recap:

June 10, Monday: 6.9 miles cycling (really windy, quit early)

June 11, Tuesday: 30 minutes stair master, weight training (squats, deadlifts with 20lb barbell, bi's and tri's with 12 lbs, lunges, 5 pushups)

June 12, Wednesday: 15.1 miles. Windy but I did it anyway. New route!

June 13, Thursday: 30 minutes stair master, weight training (just arms. legs are sore, 12 lb weights, three sets of 10, 5 solid pushups)

June 14, Friday: None (drove to LA)

June 15, Saturday: None

June 16, Sunday: None

 

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Week three:

 

June 17, Monday: Evening hike after work, 4 miles with 1,100 feet of elevation gain.

June 18, Tuesday: 90 minute Ashtanga practice. Worked on my headstand and got up to 5 seconds!

June 19, Wednesday: 30 minute stairmaster, weight training (deadlifts, lunges, squats, shoulder presses, biceps)

June 20, Thursday: Day off (hamstrings hurt too bad) Practiced headstands. Got to 10 seconds. BOOM.

June 21, Friday: 30 minutes stairmaster, weight training (deadlifts, squats, shoulder presses, biceps)

June 22, Saturday: 45 mile ride

June 23, Sunday: 10 mile ride (up hill most of the time with a strong headwind)

 

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Week four:

 

Week four was a total bust for me. I had some health issues that prevented me from getting on the bike, and then I went to a Bachelorette party which naturally derailed me from my eating/drinking goals. I also didn't read at all this week.

 

June 24, Monday: Rest day, Juice fasted.

June 25, Tuesday: None, Juice fasted

June 26, Wednesday: Juice fasted, 30 minute stairmaster, weights

June 27, Thursday: None, drove to LA

June 28, Friday: None, drove to Moorpark, Solvang

June 29, Saturday: Bachelorette Party

June 30, Sunday: Bachelorette Party

 

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Week five

 

July 1, Monday:

July 2, Tuesday:

July 3, Wednesday:

July 4, Thursday:

July 5, Friday:

July 6, Saturday:

July 7, Sunday:

 

 

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Week six:

Leksifer

Level 1 Human Adventurer

(Ranger/Warrior/Druid-in training)

 

First 6-week challenge: I want to jiggle less.

 

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I think these look pretty good, although you want to think about how you're going to measure success.  Are these all or nothing goals?  If you hit 90% are you successful?  Good luck. 

 

 

I see what you're saying:

 

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1. Practice yoga and built strength to do a solid headstand for 10 seconds.

2. Get enough miles on the saddle to ride 70 miles in one sitting. There is a century ride in September I want to participate in.

3. I typically lost 1 pound a week on a strict paleo, so lose 6 pounds by the end of the challenge with a strict paleo diet.

4. By reading 30 minutes a night, I should complete at least 2 books.

 

How about that?

Leksifer

Level 1 Human Adventurer

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First 6-week challenge: I want to jiggle less.

 

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Hey Leksifer!

 

You should consider doing up a grading scheme for yourself, A-D and F, so you can grade each goal at the end. I think there's an article on this in the resources section but I can't find it right now. For example though, your first goal: A: 10 second hand stand, B:>8 second hand stand, C:>6 second hand stand, etc...

 

Also, are you doing the RPG part of NF? If you don't know what I'm talking about check out this link. It's a fun way to keep track of stuff and motivate you a bit more.

 

Good luck this challenge! We're both in the Fellowship of the Bat so I'll be following your challenge and rooting for you!

Silas Randwulf


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STR: 6.75 DEX: 2.75 STA: 6 CON: 6 WIS: 4 CHA: 1.5


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Hey Leksifer!

 

You should consider doing up a grading scheme for yourself, A-D and F, so you can grade each goal at the end. I think there's an article on this in the resources section but I can't find it right now. For example though, your first goal: A: 10 second hand stand, B:>8 second hand stand, C:>6 second hand stand, etc...

 

Also, are you doing the RPG part of NF? If you don't know what I'm talking about check out this link. It's a fun way to keep track of stuff and motivate you a bit more.

 

Good luck this challenge! We're both in the Fellowship of the Bat so I'll be following your challenge and rooting for you!

 

Thanks Silas! I'll put toether a grading scheme like you recommended. I think it's a wonderful idea. I'm new to this whole thing, so I'm adjusting as I go.

 

And I am not doing the RPG part yet. I figured baby steps! Go team Fellowship of the Bat! I'm stoked you reached out.

 

Let's kick butt together!

Leksifer

Level 1 Human Adventurer

(Ranger/Warrior/Druid-in training)

 

First 6-week challenge: I want to jiggle less.

 

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I'm totally new too so don't worry about that! I'm sure there'll be a few adjustments on my end before the challenge is over too haha.

 

I don't think there'd be a problem starting the RPG element mid-challenge either, as long as you have your rewards for each goal set before the end (another reason for the grading scheme is to determine how many points you get). But don't worry about that for now, I was just wondering/ making you aware in case you missed it. Focus on smoking those goals!

 

And I'm glad you're glad I reached out! FotB for the win! haha

Silas Randwulf


Level 2 Ogre Adventurer


STR: 6.75 DEX: 2.75 STA: 6 CON: 6 WIS: 4 CHA: 1.5


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"The coward believes he will live forever if he holds back in battle, but in old age he shall have no peace though spears have spared his limbs." - Havamal

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I am doing sun salutations for this challenge, too! Katia and I have been talking about form a bunch in my thread if you want to pop over there and take a look. She's linked a bunch of good videos and has given a lot of really good advice for progression into hella good form. 

 

FotB!

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Current Stats: (STR) 1 || (DEX) 1 || (STA) 1 || (CON) 2 || (WIS) 4 || (CHA) 6

 

 

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FotB! I actually got up this morning and went for a bike ride! I need to start my days with some sort of activity: a run, a bike ride, or sun salutations. I'm just the worst "waker-upper." That's not a word, but I really do suck at getting out of bed.

 

I just took a yoga class at the gym and the yoga instructor spend 1.5 hours just fixing our form. It was INTENSE. I've been practicing yoga for 10 years (nothing crazy, just the simple salutations) and I've been doing up dog wrong this entire time! UGH!

 

But now that I have a better idea of proper form, it'll only make me a better yogi. I used to do aereal yoga (vozdu yoga), but I haven't done it in years cause I don't have the strength. Long-term goal is to return to the silks!

Leksifer

Level 1 Human Adventurer

(Ranger/Warrior/Druid-in training)

 

First 6-week challenge: I want to jiggle less.

 

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Vozdu yoga looks SO COOL. I am dying. Do want. 

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Current Stats: (STR) 1 || (DEX) 1 || (STA) 1 || (CON) 2 || (WIS) 4 || (CHA) 6

 

 

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A good set of challenges there Leksifer, I've set myself a side quest of reading 3 books during the challenge (1 trash, 1 classic and 1 business/self improvement type).  I'm going to listen to the trashy one while running\walking (started James Pattersons Zoo this lunchtime) as I like something to take my mind off the walking\running

 

 

I haven't got my success criteria sorted for my goals yet, something I need to look into also

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Hey Leksifer! 

 

Sorry for the belated hello. I definitely thought I'd checked in with you earlier! So glad you are part of FotB!!!

 

Nice, well-rounded goals. I'm reading them to be:

  1. Practice yoga twice a week (either in class or morning sun salutations), and build up to a solid 10 second headstand.
  2. Ride my bike (road bike or mountain bike) at least three times a week, working up to 70 miles in one sitting.
  3. Lose 6 lbs. by the end of the challenge by eating strict paleo for 6 days of the week (limiting my wine consumption to one night!).
  4. Read 2 (or more) books by reading for at least 30 minutes before bed every night.

Am I following you properly?

 

If so, I have a couple of thoughts, but I first wanted to find out your starting stats. I see you said that you recently pretty much stopped doing all of the things you've set as goals. Before you stopped, what did your weekly routine look like (as related to your goals)?

 

Also, where are you starting from for each of your goals? Meaning:

  1. How often do/did you typically practice yoga? How long is your current headstand?
  2. How often do/did you typically ride your bike? How long/far is your longest/farthest ride?
  3. How long were you eating a strictly paleo diet before stopping? What are your current eating and wine-drinking habits? 
  4. Is this activity replacing something you previously did? Is it a brand-new habit? Or something you are wanting to reintroduce to your daily routine?

 

I actually got up this morning and went for a bike ride! I need to start my days with some sort of activity: a run, a bike ride, or sun salutations. I'm just the worst "waker-upper." That's not a word, but I really do suck at getting out of bed.

 

 

AWESOME! And I'm the same way, which I only discovered a couple years ago. (I always thought that morning was the WORST time for me to be active because I'm not a morning person... turns out it's the best! I have some where to be, so I get out of bed, it wakes me up, AND I do half of it on automatic pilot because I'm still waking up! Win-win-win!)

 

Also! I'm unfamiliar with aerial yoga, but am SO INTERESTED NOW! Super cool!

 

And a related tangent: have you ever watched an aerial fabric performance? Amazing. 

 

HOORAY! Day One! FotB!!!! :D

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STR 12 | DEX 2 | STA 9 | CON 13.5 | WIS 7.25 | CHA 8.75


 


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Good questions, Agent Katia (Archer reference? ... Amazeballs)

 

How often do/did you typically practice yoga? Once every week or every other week. Trying to get myself to commit and create a habit of practicing more.

 

How long is your current headstand? One second maybe? I can get my legs in the air but only for a second (or less).

 

How often do/did you typically ride your bike? At least once, mostly twice. My average is 15 miles.

 

How long/far is your longest/farthest ride? Longest ride so far was 46 miles.

 

How long were you eating a strictly paleo diet before stopping? I adopted paleo in March. It's a little altered (allow dairy and wine). I've been really good with it with the expection of the last 2 weeks. Started drinking more, ate grains.

 

What are your current eating and wine-drinking habits? My eating habits aren't horrendous. I'm trying to really hone in and eliminate some habits (Double Dirty Chai Lattes from Starbucks! SO GOOD!). Wine is also a vice. I can easily consume a bottle within hours. I've tried limiting to just one glass, but I don't have the discipline. Not yet at least. So I try to just give myself that bottle once a week ... instead of say ... everyday.

 

Is this activity replacing something you previously did? Is it a brand-new habit? Or something you are wanting to reintroduce to your daily routine? All of these goals were at one time established or already put in place to set myself up for success.

 

Bit of background I probably should have written in my first post: I've always been active, but I've never eaten healthy. Thus, I have always been bigger than "normal." I really want to shrink to let my figure come out of the layer of extra goods I currently carry around. I've been practicing yoga for 10+ years. I used to practice vozdu yoga and aereal silks. In college, I rowed for the crew team. I used to run a lot (hated it), and now I'm into cycling/mountain biking. Over the winter I cross country ski and participate in biathlon, and I snowboard.

 

Because I've always been active, I ate whatever I wanted. I felt comfortable (even with the extra pounds) until 2 years ago when I moved and lost my mojo, worked too much, and dealt with a lot of stress. I gained 25 pounds and now I'm trying to lose those and then some.

 

My end goal in this journey of healthy practices is to eventually not jiggle. Or at least, not jiggle as much as I do now. HAH.

Leksifer

Level 1 Human Adventurer

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First 6-week challenge: I want to jiggle less.

 

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Leksifer, yours is a familiar tale... very close to home. Except I've usually eaten healthy and enjoyed it, but my activity levels have ebbed and flowed over the years (active youth, though, which helps). Unfortunately, in recent years I've let long work hours and the fact that I live in an amazing city for food and drink get the best of me. The long work hours also meant activity was the first thing to go (usually is for me), so I've been working toward a livable and sustainable lifestyle and I'm excited for this challenge to keep me on track. 

 

AgentKatia has actually been my username since high school (Katia is a nickname from a friend—I'm not Russian in real life, but I love spy stuff in general), but the Archer ref is great too, so no opposition there :) 

 

BUT this isn't about me at all! We're talking about you!

 

Awesome, you really thought out your goals and how to succeed. I agree that your goals sound attainable in 6 weeks. The 70 mile ride will be challenging! I'm really excited to see your progress along the way. Out of pure personal curiosity, when do you ride? Is this typically a weekend activity for you? Or do you make time before or after work? 

 

Since you've been practicing yoga for over 10 years, has headstand been a part of your practice before? And are you doing it against a wall or in the center of the room? 

 

Also, I've got to say I'm really impressed that you caught yourself slipping off the wagon so quickly! So glad to have you on FotB!

Level 5 Human Ranger


with Monk-Druid Leanings


STR 12 | DEX 2 | STA 9 | CON 13.5 | WIS 7.25 | CHA 8.75


 


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How goes the challenge Leksifer? Got an update for us? Your fellow bats are listening for your screeches! lol

Silas Randwulf


Level 2 Ogre Adventurer


STR: 6.75 DEX: 2.75 STA: 6 CON: 6 WIS: 4 CHA: 1.5


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Hey fellow bats!

 

I've been meaning to do an update but haven't had the chance. Wednesdays are my crazy long days. Just got home (it's 11 pm).

 

Here are my updates!

 

Monday: I didnt' do shit in terms of working out. But I did eat well. I actually ended up eating "raw" all day, so my paleo goal was spot on.

Tuesday: I went on a 10 mile bike ride in the morning and then went to a 90 minute ashtange yoga class in the evening. Eating was good except for when I went out to dinner with friends for a joint-birthday celebration. My birthday was on Sunday and my friend's birthday was Tuesday, so I had 2 glasses of wine. Not technically paleo, but I guess I'll just count that as my cheat day, even though it was only day 2 of my challenge. Oops.

Today: I went to the gym early because I know I was going to work late into the evening. Got to the gym at 7 am (no snoozing!) and did a stairmaster for 30 minutes. I've never even done it before but my girlfriend who joined me recommended it so I tried. NOT BAD! I didn't realize I would sweat so much. Afterword, she took me into the weights and showed me a few weight lifting things. I did arms and back today, so that was my first step in weight training (which is a bonus goal, but still something I'd really like to get into down the line).

Today's eating was okay. I could have done better. I had two cups of coffee, cheese, and hummus. Technically not strict paleo, but at least I didn't eat grains! (Carl's Jr. was sounding REALLY good during my crazy hectic work day).

 

So overall, not bad, not great. I'm really proud of my work out efforts the last two days though. Tomorrow I plan on cycling again in the morning and yoga in the evening. Tuesdays and Thursadys are my favorite!

 

Thanks for checking in! Now I have to go play catch up on all your forms!

Leksifer

Level 1 Human Adventurer

(Ranger/Warrior/Druid-in training)

 

First 6-week challenge: I want to jiggle less.

 

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I use MFP but I fell off the wagon a few weeks ago during finals season... I can try to start using it again! My name is the same over there :) 

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Yay for feeling sore! (I've been dying since Monday haha).

 

Also good job nailing your paleo goal on Monday! That one cheat day is fine, just watch it for the rest of the week. Can't have you betraying your fellow bats...

 

i don't use any fitness apps at all. Increasingly intrigued by this zombies run deal though. Might check that out, but I really can't run and can't bike that well either so maybe not for me yet haha.

Silas Randwulf


Level 2 Ogre Adventurer


STR: 6.75 DEX: 2.75 STA: 6 CON: 6 WIS: 4 CHA: 1.5


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"The coward believes he will live forever if he holds back in battle, but in old age he shall have no peace though spears have spared his limbs." - Havamal

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I have both zombie apps but only used the regular one once before I hurt my heel. It was pretty cool! I'm going to start using them once I get to Sweden and get a bike, I think. 

Level 1 Hobbit Adventurer Looking to Become an Assassin with Some Druid and Monk capabilities

 

Current Stats: (STR) 1 || (DEX) 1 || (STA) 1 || (CON) 2 || (WIS) 4 || (CHA) 6

 

 

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It's called Zombie's run but you dont' have to run! I actually used to when I cross country ski in the winter and when I walk. There's a whole story like and you have missions and you pick up supplies and built your fort. It's awesome.

 

Also. I drank wine again tonight. DAMN IT! It's so hard to say no! My boyfriend's parents were in town and they have the BEST WINE.

 

Not drinking wine is the HARDEST.

Leksifer

Level 1 Human Adventurer

(Ranger/Warrior/Druid-in training)

 

First 6-week challenge: I want to jiggle less.

 

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I've betrayed the bats.

 

I ate pie tonight.

 

NOT PALEO.

 

I have the hardest time saying no. Boyfriend's parents were in town. Went to dinner. Ordered spring salad with seared ahi (paleo), drank wine (paleo?) and then had banana pie with the best goddamn crust ever (NOT paleo).

 

And I didn't work out today cause I was sore.

 

Day four: TOTAL EPIC FAIL!

 

Facepalm.

Leksifer

Level 1 Human Adventurer

(Ranger/Warrior/Druid-in training)

 

First 6-week challenge: I want to jiggle less.

 

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