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This challenge we are doing something a little different. Instead of a series of mini-quests for you to do… we have an Advent Calendar. While many of us follow different traditions or have a secular lifestyle, it is impossible to make it through the festive season without being exposed to Christmas traditions in some way or another. This season, lets enjoy one of the most fun traditions and make it our own. Come back everyday to find out what is revealed each day. Click on the number to be taken to a post with a link to the day's small surprise. :)

 

The Great Druid Advent Calendar Tree! 

 

O

NE

TWO

THREE

FOUR FIVE

SIX SEVEN EIGHT

NINE TEN ELEVEN TWELVE

THIRTEEN FOURTEEN FIFTEEN SIXTEEN

SEVENTEEN EIGHTEEN NINETEEN TWENTY

TW

EN

TY

-O

NE 

TWENTY-TWO

TWENTY-THREE

TWENTY-FOUR

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That...is an awesome idea.

 

Also, about the letters that are colored differently in the green part of the number tree: is the color variation on those letters only supposed to represent tree ornaments, or is it some kind of code/puzzle that we need to solve?

 

Thanks! I should have expected that question posting a text based Christmas Tree on NF! Sorry to disappoint, its not a puzzle… the colored letters just represent ornaments. Would have been an awesome idea though… maybe something for next year. :)

Lusitanian Druid, Level 9
STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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Goal: loose 9KG in 2015 -> 1.5KG lost 

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DAY ONE: Embracing the festive season World Wide. 

 

Learn about a few different festive season traditions from all over the world. I love to learn about how different cultures celebrate!

 

10 Different Traditions from across the world.
Christmas Worldwide.

Christmas Traditions Around the World.

 

Do you have any special family traditions you follow or would like to start up? Feel free to share!

Lusitanian Druid, Level 9
STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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My husband and I come from opposite sides of the world (Australia and Portugal) and now live in Germany. We are a secular family and our festive season is a blend of the best of all 3 countries and whatever else we pull in from other cultures. It keeps evolving but some things are always a must. Some of our favorite "must" activities are:

  • Baking St Lucia Bun's which is a Swedish tradition. 
  • Baking gingerbread cookies.
  • Baking traditional english christmas cake and pudding (which my husband does in October so it will be ready to eat at Christmas).
  • One advent calendar with small gifts for the whole family. Neither my husband or I knew about this until we came to Germany but its now firmly adopted into our festive season. Ours is a home made one with specially selected items for each family member, usually small items that we would need to get anyway (ranging from school supplies to toiletries) with some nice small surprises thrown in (we alternate who opens a gift each day… starting with my husband on the 1st, me on the 2nd, then eldest daughter on the 3rd, youngest daughter on the 4th… and repeat until the 24th). Since our daughters are young, I initially choose this method as a teaching opportunity for them to learn to wait their turn and also for them to take joy in seeing other peoples happiness (if they are busy with their own gift they never notice what is going on around them). On a more practical level, taking turns means that I only have to find 24 small gifts. Its worked great so far!
  • Christmas morning we have a special home made hot chocolate made with real chocolate, milk, cream, spices and topped with marshmallows. I make it myself and I am pretty certain 1 cup contains the recommended calorie intake for the day!
  • Presents are opened on either Chrismas eve or Christmas morning depending on which country we are celebrating Christmas in and our own mood… Its explained to our daughters that Santa can't come to every house all over the world at the same time which is why sometimes the presents are there Christmas eve and other times we have to wait until the morning.
  • A personal tradition for me is that I get myself one of those round 3D puzzles in the shape of a Christmas ball every year (onto the 4th year with this tradition… the puzzle is one of my Advent calendar gifts). I like puzzles!
  • Presents for the grown ups are things that we "really really want" but can not quite justify a "need" for (often things for the home). This started informally but now has become a firm tradition between my husband and I, usually by August we know what its going to be. For example, some years ago we got ourselves a baking stone base for the oven and we are still thrilled about it.

Its not all about presents and food… although it is the biggest component for us. There are also other activities which are not festive traditions but take place during this season: 

  • Since we live away from our extended families this is also a time of increased communication. Its made easier these days with things like Skype… but we still take the time to send real Christmas Cards.
  • This time of the year is also a time of reflection on how the past year went and plans for the following year.
  • Crafts with my daughters, we usually cut paper decorations for the windows and do other small seasonal projects together.
  • Donating still useful items which we no longer use.
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STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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Goal: loose 9KG in 2015 -> 1.5KG lost 

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I love this! Creating your own traditions is what brings families closer.  My family has a rather unique tradition.  Since we all work in customer service and care giving jobs, there are no such things as holidays and days off.  What we have started doing is volunteering to work the major holidays (Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years) to give others that we work with a chance for time off.  Then we get together sometime in January when things slow down to celebrate New Thanksmas day where we combine all of the holidays into one day.  It's so much less stressful for us since we aren't competing for coveted days off, plus our coworkers really appreciate it.  :panda:

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I love this! Creating your own traditions is what brings families closer.  My family has a rather unique tradition.  Since we all work in customer service and care giving jobs, there are no such things as holidays and days off.  What we have started doing is volunteering to work the major holidays (Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years) to give others that we work with a chance for time off.  Then we get together sometime in January when things slow down to celebrate New Thanksmas day where we combine all of the holidays into one day.  It's so much less stressful for us since we aren't competing for coveted days off, plus our coworkers really appreciate it.  :panda:

 

Thats a wonderful way to celebrate. Not only do you give your coworkers the opportunity to celebrate with their families, you also get to celebrate with your family in a relaxed way! New Thanksmas sounds like an awesome celebration!

Lusitanian Druid, Level 9
STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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Goal: loose 9KG in 2015 -> 1.5KG lost 

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Day TWO:

 

Many of us worry about the over consumption of food during the holiday time. These tips are an interesting take on the topic: Top 5 Fitness Tips for Christmas.

 

For those of us that are put under pressure by our loving family and friends to eat more, our fearless leader posted something a few days ago that has some helpful tips: How to avoid holiday confrontation while living healthy.

 

The best thing is that they don't just apply to Christmas, they work for all the big celebrations involving large consumption of food and drink! 

 

Personally when I want to reduce my consumption during a party I do the following:

1. Never ever finish the alcoholic drink on my glass or people will re-fill it! Plus I always get myself a glass of water to quench my thirst.

2. I arrange food on the plate so it looks like its more than what it is and ALWAYS ask for seconds of whatever the best food was (yet my 2 plates usually have less in them than most peoples single plate).

 

I never feel deprived at parties and people around don't feel the need to continuously offer food and drink because they see I am eating and drinking!

 

Do you have any tips?

Lusitanian Druid, Level 9
STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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I'm very fortunate when it comes to the holiday overindulgences, as my extended family all live 6+ hours away and we haven't traveled much in recent years. My mother is a health nut as well, so most Christmas meals here aren't too unhealthy :tongue: Alcohol, well...hey, so far I'm doing better than last year when it comes to not having alcohol in december haha!

 

If I have to go to any christmas parties, I tend to stuff myself with the veggies first, which leaves less room for the delicious but health-destroying items. I've also used the strategy you mentioned, where you spread food out on your plate so it looks like there's more. If I nominate myself as designated driver, I'm also forced to not drink.

 

If I do want to drink, I usually follow the guidelines listed here, as well as on the NF article about healthy(er) drinking.

 

Also, shoveling snow = great workout for when the gyms are closed during some days between Dec 24 and Jan 2nd. The only downside is that it's boring as all hell lol. Unless you're making a snow fort. Tell you what, if I manage to make one this year (ie, if we have enough snow), I'll post pics.

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I'm very fortunate when it comes to the holiday overindulgences, as my extended family all live 6+ hours away and we haven't traveled much in recent years. My mother is a health nut as well, so most Christmas meals here aren't too unhealthy :tongue: Alcohol, well...hey, so far I'm doing better than last year when it comes to not having alcohol in december haha!

 

If I have to go to any christmas parties, I tend to stuff myself with the veggies first, which leaves less room for the delicious but health-destroying items. I've also used the strategy you mentioned, where you spread food out on your plate so it looks like there's more. If I nominate myself as designated driver, I'm also forced to not drink.

 

If I do want to drink, I usually follow the guidelines listed here, as well as on the NF article about healthy(er) drinking.

 

Also, shoveling snow = great workout for when the gyms are closed during some days between Dec 24 and Jan 2nd. The only downside is that it's boring as all hell lol. Unless you're making a snow fort. Tell you what, if I manage to make one this year (ie, if we have enough snow), I'll post pics.

 

Its early days in December… However I think if you keep following those guidelines you will do great! Having a mother who is right on board with being healthy is awesome! :)

 

Yes, shoveling snow is a great workout. My husband loves shoveling snow… he does it every chance he gets (which is rarely for us, which could be why he enjoys it… that and the quiet time to himself!). Can you listen to some music while shoveling snow? I would imagine that would make it less boring. If you do make a fort it would be awesome to see some pics!

Lusitanian Druid, Level 9
STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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Goal: loose 9KG in 2015 -> 1.5KG lost 

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Day THREE: Christmas Star Wars style!

 

Putting up the tree:

 

 

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And caroling:

 

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For those not familiar with the song itself:

 

Looking out for Santa's Sleigh:

 

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And finally:

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Lusitanian Druid, Level 9
STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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Goal: loose 9KG in 2015 -> 1.5KG lost 

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Day FOUR: Reduce Holiday Stress

 

At this time of the year many of us get stressed out… the todo list just keeps getting longer. Here are some tips to help reduce holiday stress. Maybe you find something in there that is helpful to you.

 

http://sbinfocanada.about.com/od/timemanagement/a/holidaystress.htm

 
Remember to take a few moments to relax an enjoy yourself!

Lusitanian Druid, Level 9
STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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Goal: loose 9KG in 2015 -> 1.5KG lost 

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Day FIVE: Santa Yoga


Santa is always jolly despite his extremely long to-do list at this time of year. What is his secret? The answer is simple: Yoga!
 

http://www.sangayoga.org/yoga-with-santa/

(follow the link and keep clicking to turn the pages and read the short Santa Yoga story)

Lusitanian Druid, Level 9
STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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Goal: loose 9KG in 2015 -> 1.5KG lost 

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Day SIX:

Whats life without some bad jokes?

http://www.whychristmas.com/fun/cracker_jokes.shtml

Lusitanian Druid, Level 9
STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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Goal: loose 9KG in 2015 -> 1.5KG lost 

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Day SEVEN: Office Christmas Roulette

 

Getting tired of all the Christmas stuff? Turn it into a game… Below is an example. Depending on your own fitness level and what you are likely to encounter you can make your own list.

https://tribesports.com/blog/office-christmas-workout-roulette

Lusitanian Druid, Level 9
STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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Goal: loose 9KG in 2015 -> 1.5KG lost 

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LOOOOLLLLL! That's awesome.

 

A few people in the lab I'm in are into fitness as well, so I probably will make my own list.

 

- Break a piece of glassware: 30 jump squats

- Reaction doesn't work: 20 push-ups

- Journal article you need is behind a paywall: 20 burpees

- Hypothesis falsified: 8 shots of vodka

- 1 minute plank for every undergrad that comes to you the night before the exam

- 1 minute wall squat for every day the janitor doesn't pick up the garbage in the office.

etc.

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LOOOOLLLLL! That's awesome.

 

A few people in the lab I'm in are into fitness as well, so I probably will make my own list.

 

- Break a piece of glassware: 30 jump squats

- Reaction doesn't work: 20 push-ups

- Journal article you need is behind a paywall: 20 burpees

- Hypothesis falsified: 8 shots of vodka

- 1 minute plank for every undergrad that comes to you the night before the exam

- 1 minute wall squat for every day the janitor doesn't pick up the garbage in the office.

etc.

How many of these have you had to do?

All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one man in his time plays many parts,

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LOOOOLLLLL! That's awesome.

 

A few people in the lab I'm in are into fitness as well, so I probably will make my own list.

 

- Break a piece of glassware: 30 jump squats

- Reaction doesn't work: 20 push-ups

- Journal article you need is behind a paywall: 20 burpees

- Hypothesis falsified: 8 shots of vodka

- 1 minute plank for every undergrad that comes to you the night before the exam

- 1 minute wall squat for every day the janitor doesn't pick up the garbage in the office.

etc.

 

Thats a great idea. I have some really boring meetings that do have some repetitive themes… I might make one of these myself.

Lusitanian Druid, Level 9
STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

5.27%
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Goal: loose 9KG in 2015 -> 1.5KG lost 

16.67%
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Day EIGHTDoctor Who: The Feast of Steven


 


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I am not a fan of the Doctor myself, never having watched an episode of the show. Don't worry, I plan to rectify the situation: "watch all available episodes of Doctor Who" is on my todo list for 2014.


 


Anyway, it has not escaped my attention that the Doctor Who Christmas Special episodes have become a bit of a regular tradition for fans of The Doctor. In my research for this advent calendar I learned that the very first Christmas Special actually aired on 25.Dec.1965! Long before the time of the new fancy Doctor Who series. "The Feast of Steven" was part of the "The Dalek's Master Plan" (the third serial of the third season). This episode has actually been lost (along with many other episodes that were wiped out in the 1960s/70s) but thanks to fans who recorded the sound you can listen to it while looking at still pictures. Or even better you can watch an animated version.


 


So get yourself a cup of your favorite beverage, sit back, relax and enjoy...


 


Audio with stills: part 1 and part 2.



 

OR The animated version:


Lusitanian Druid, Level 9
STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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Goal: loose 9KG in 2015 -> 1.5KG lost 

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Day NINEExceptions are dangerous

 

For today your advent gift is a little piece of wisdom: exceptions are dangerous!

 

Those following this advent calendar may have noticed I am a couple of days behind. The simple truth is that I was too tired on Saturday to post for that day… so I told myself I would do it first thing on Sunday morning. And you know what happened? I didn't… not only didn't I do it but I ended up not posting at all on Sunday either. Which leads to a very important piece of advise. Quoted directly from Leo at zenhabits.net:

 

Making exceptions to a ban is dangerous. If you make an exception, your brain starts to think it’s OK to make another, then another, and soon you’re not doing it. If you make an exception, be very guarded against making it a trend.  

 

 

Leo is talking about a ban, but this same principle applies when you decide to do something regularly. 

 

At this time of the year, it is particularly easy to make exceptions… and lets face it, we all do it. This festive season lets all be very careful about how and when we choose to make exceptions… and if we do, lets avoid making it a trend!

Lusitanian Druid, Level 9
STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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Goal: loose 9KG in 2015 -> 1.5KG lost 

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Day TENSnowflakes

 

One of the best activities this time of the year is doing crafts. While the world goes crazy commercial all around you… you can be home getting creative with the simplest of  materials. We've been cutting snowflakes and sticking them to our windows. Its a lot of fun to come up with new shapes and looks rather pretty!

 

What you'll need: scissors and plain white paper.

 

Instructions here:

http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-6-Pointed-Paper-Snowflakes/step1/Replicating-a-Real-Snowflake/

 

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STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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Goal: loose 9KG in 2015 -> 1.5KG lost 

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How many of these have you had to do?

 

None yet, because I didn't go in over the weekend lol.

 

I almost had the tequila shots this afternoon, though. I'm pretty sure "highly important compound goes missing" would warrant it. If it weren't for my side-quest to be sober on weekdays...

 

Thats a great idea. I have some really boring meetings that do have some repetitive themes… I might make one of these myself.

 

Post iiiiiit XD

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Day ELEVENChristmas Card Workout

 
Another great idea is the Christmas Card Workout. For each card you receive with one of the following motifs… you get to do the allocated exercise (feel free to adapt it to your own ability level/preferences):
 
  • Santa card: 5 burpees
  • Reindeer card: walk up and down 5 flights of stairs
  • Christmas Tree card: 30 second tree pose on each leg
  • Snowman card: 30-60 second plank
  • Religious inspired art card: 3 sun salutations 
  • Star card: 30 star jumps
  • Cute Cat or Puppie card: 10 squats
 

Since the number of Christmas cards we get these days are a lot less, I suggest you do this workout based on posts on Facebook and emails received… just don't over do it! *evil laugh*

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STR: 13 | DEX: 15 | STA: 17 | CON: 22 | WIS: 25 | CHA: 25

“We are what we repeatedly do; excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.†- Aristotle

Current Challenge: Living the Good Life II Past: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th,  8th9th, 10th11th, 12th

 

Goal: 1001 Steps on the Road to a Home -> 18/348 in 2015 

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