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Clearing clutter scares the crap out of me too. Whilst moving I got overwhelmed one day just looking at all the boxes in the garage and not knowing how to start. Little by little seems to be the key because each bit, even if tiny, is progress!

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yeah... that's my favorite blogger ;)

 

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Yay! Challenge motivating healthy things! That's awesome. Good to see.

 

That's how its supposed to work, right? 

 

i used to use my inhaler regularly too and now i only use it when i'm ill and my lungs are compromised. I can't tell you how it happened or what I did, but as i started exercising more and more, i noticed it i needed it less and less.

 

Also it looks like you're keeping your head up, keep going :D

 

It would also probably help if I remembered to take my daily asthma med now that it's winter. I don't need it in the summer so I don't take it. Then it takes a while to remember that I really have to take it every day when the air is cold. 

 

Wow, awesome work getting through class without your inhaler.  Ending on a win is indeed all that matters.

 

Nothing makes you concentrate on your breathing like not being able to take a full breath.  :rolleyes:

 

Clearing clutter scares the crap out of me too. Whilst moving I got overwhelmed one day just looking at all the boxes in the garage and not knowing how to start. Little by little seems to be the key because each bit, even if tiny, is progress!

 

My dilemma right now is that every time I get the kitchen cleaned up, i take a break then I have to start back over with the kitchen. LOL! 

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Week 4 days 4-7

 

Last week ended on a roller coaster. I got my second day of boxing in on Friday. I went to the noon class and met one of the new trainers. She's very good. The quality of trainer there just keeps getting better. They are doing another weight loss challenge in January which coincides nicely with my plan to buckle down on food now that I've built the habit of cooking more of my own food. Another trainer is going to do an nutrition accountability group which I think I'm going to participate in.  I did not make a third trip to boxing. My partner and I went to hot yoga instead. I thought about trying hot yoga then boxing but the only time I could go to boxing was one hour after hot yoga ended. I missed boxing but my body needed the yoga. It's a deep stretch class. We spent most of an hour working on the hip region. It was much needed. 

 

Lunch on Thursday was a lunch meeting. I had a steak salad. I made pork roast for dinner that night. Friday I cooked steak and eggs for breakfast. Lunch was a protein shake and dinner was barbecue. The weekend was far less noteworthy. Pretty sure I hit my cooking goals for the week. 

 

I have been 100% on remembering my meds since I set the reminder on the phone. Most of the things that cause me stress have been manageable. I saw my sister on Saturday. We got along fine. The big blow came Sunday afternoon. We got a call that a friend of ours had OD'd. The downside of my partner being in AA is that we are going to meet a lot of people who aren't able to overcome their addiction. It sucks. This guy had completely given up on getting clean. A month earlier he had told someone that he really didn't care if he lived or died. Yesterday evening was spent trying to comfort our friends who were close with him. Addiction sucks. 

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Week 4 recap subtitle Joedog spams her own thread.  :D

 

I hit 2/3 boxing sessions plus a hot yoga. I think we're going to make hot yoga and church a regular sunday morning thing so I need to make sure my boxing is getting done during the week. I know Amy wants me to go to church with her. I'm pretty meh about church at this stage of my life. I told her that I reserve the right not to go when work starts being 6 days a week again. Or any other time I just want to have some alone time.

 

Food: I had breakfast out once, lunch out once, I cooked dinner 3 times. That's an A. I'm eager to get started on next challenge where food is going to be a bit more strict to get the weight loss cranked up.

 

Anxiety brain: I had some rough spots Wednesday and Thursday at work but overall it seems to be going pretty well. 

 

Onward and upward for week 5! 

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Your thread is making me smile JD!  

 

I love the church and yoga plan on Sunday.  It just screams of like, rejuvenating your body, mind and spirit!   And you make it sound so heavenly.     (My Sunday routine is pretty awesome too; church in the morning, D&D game at night.)

 

Good work on the boxing again this week.   The plan to join up with their programs seems to line up really well for you!    And that they are adding a nutrition group too is phenomenal.  Sounds like a Grade A, Gold Star, Top notch place!   Wish my womens boxing place wasn't so far away from work.   It's just not convenient to drive an hour to get there.  :(   I has the envies of you.

 

I really don't know how to say this, other than to say, that for whatever reason, you have been one of my biggest inspirations here.   There's just something about your simple honesty, your down to earth approach, and your never give up attitude that has me completely enchanted with you.    So thank you for that my friend.   Thank you.

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Sounds like you're hitting a turning point in your challenge - yay! I love the idea of making hot yoga a weekly thing - it's such a nice, restorative way to end the week. Before you get busy looking forward to your next challenge, focus on crushing the rest of this one. You're on the right track, keep it up! 

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i just saw win all over that post (with a little sads too - sorry about your friend, but unfortunately there really isn't much one can do for a person who no longer has the will to fight themselves).

 

Have a great week.

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If you don't mind my saying so, I think church and yoga is a pretty fantastic idea. We have a tendency, here in the West, to think of mind and body and soul as a bunch of separate things. And maybe that's true. But my experiences the past year have convinced me that the whole system is way more integrated than we tend to give it credit for. There's more truth to the C.S. Lewis quote, "You are a soul. You have a body."

 

I mean, I can understand being unmotivated to go to church. Oh yes. I do nothing but service work - either service sector at Panera, or volunteering at the church when I go. And it's always the same thing, every time, no matter what: Christians are taught about how they've been served, and how it is their privilege to go out and serve, but they'll always be first in line to be served. It's a sign of the sin in our lives, I think, and it makes me sad and angry by turns.

 

Still, take heart. Jesus loves you whether you be in the building or building the roads that get people there. :)

 

Wait, this is a fitness site. Shit. Sorry about that. Ahem.

 

Boxing! Yay! Nutrition group! Yay! Yoga! Yay!

 

Friend ODing... not yay. It's good that you could be there for your friends, though.

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There's more truth to the C.S. Lewis quote, "You are a soul. You have a body."

My pastor does a lot of quoting C.S. Lewis.  (Tolkien too.)   Love when he does that.   Those guys were good friends with each other, and they always came up with things so simple and yet so profound.

 

 

Still, take heart. Jesus loves you whether you be in the building or building the roads that get people there. :)

 

Wait, this is a fitness site. Shit. Sorry about that. Ahem.

 

Hah, lol, you cracking me up and making me smile.   Only see you when we cross paths on a shared friends thread, but you've just earned mega bonus Starpuck points! :)

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I thought about saying frack it and having breakfast out again today but I really want to do well this challenge. That was enough for me to go toast my English muffin.

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Your thread is making me smile JD!  

 

I love the church and yoga plan on Sunday.  It just screams of like, rejuvenating your body, mind and spirit!   And you make it sound so heavenly.     (My Sunday routine is pretty awesome too; church in the morning, D&D game at night.)

 

Good work on the boxing again this week.   The plan to join up with their programs seems to line up really well for you!    And that they are adding a nutrition group too is phenomenal.  Sounds like a Grade A, Gold Star, Top notch place!   Wish my womens boxing place wasn't so far away from work.   It's just not convenient to drive an hour to get there.  :(   I has the envies of you.

 

I really don't know how to say this, other than to say, that for whatever reason, you have been one of my biggest inspirations here.   There's just something about your simple honesty, your down to earth approach, and your never give up attitude that has me completely enchanted with you.    So thank you for that my friend.   Thank you.

 

I realized a long time ago that I need to be honest about the things I'm struggling with so that other folks know they aren't alone. Two specific things lead to this, my depression and being gay. Major depression runs through my Dad's family like the Mississippi river. I decided to be really open about my struggles so that younger people in the family knew they weren't alone. Same with being gay. I didn't hide being gay but I wasn't really open either. Then I realized there might be younger kids in the family who needed to know it was okay. I'm glad I can be an inspiration. It helps a lot to hear that after the last couple of days.  :D

 

Sounds like you're hitting a turning point in your challenge - yay! I love the idea of making hot yoga a weekly thing - it's such a nice, restorative way to end the week. Before you get busy looking forward to your next challenge, focus on crushing the rest of this one. You're on the right track, keep it up! 

 

I had been experiencing quite a bit of pain in my left leg. I knew it was all from tight muscles. After yoga, pain was gone. I really like that class specifically. It's intended to stretch not just the muscles but the connective tissues as well. It's really good for gnarly hips. 

 

i just saw win all over that post (with a little sads too - sorry about your friend, but unfortunately there really isn't much one can do for a person who no longer has the will to fight themselves).

 

Have a great week.

 

Thanks! It was a bad deal. I just wish people who are that deep in the grip of suicidal thinking or "I don't care if I live or die" could understand how loved they are. Opiate addiction is a terrible thing. Last week was a lot of win. Week 5...not as win filled but that's okay too. You can't PR every day. 

 

If you don't mind my saying so, I think church and yoga is a pretty fantastic idea. We have a tendency, here in the West, to think of mind and body and soul as a bunch of separate things. And maybe that's true. But my experiences the past year have convinced me that the whole system is way more integrated than we tend to give it credit for. There's more truth to the C.S. Lewis quote, "You are a soul. You have a body."

 

I mean, I can understand being unmotivated to go to church. Oh yes. I do nothing but service work - either service sector at Panera, or volunteering at the church when I go. And it's always the same thing, every time, no matter what: Christians are taught about how they've been served, and how it is their privilege to go out and serve, but they'll always be first in line to be served. It's a sign of the sin in our lives, I think, and it makes me sad and angry by turns.

 

Still, take heart. Jesus loves you whether you be in the building or building the roads that get people there. :)

 

Wait, this is a fitness site. Shit. Sorry about that. Ahem.

 

Boxing! Yay! Nutrition group! Yay! Yoga! Yay!

 

Friend ODing... not yay. It's good that you could be there for your friends, though.

 

Religion is always welcome in my thread as long as we can be nice. You wouldn't think that would be so hard, especially for Christians since our guy was all about being nice. I never thought of my job as service work before. That's a good thought. Sometimes I overdo service and forget to tend to my own needs. I think I might know an Unspeakable guild leader who does that too.  :tongue:

 

My pastor does a lot of quoting C.S. Lewis.  (Tolkien too.)   Love when he does that.   Those guys were good friends with each other, and they always came up with things so simple and yet so profound.

 

 

Hah, lol, you cracking me up and making me smile.   Only see you when we cross paths on a shared friends thread, but you've just earned mega bonus Starpuck points! :)

 

Starpuck meet Kishi, Kishi this is Starpuck. You guys are awesome! 

 

I really thought the good Reverend Dr Snider was going to insert "wibbley wobbley timey-wimey...stuff" into the sermon last week. 

 

YAY, GOOD JOB! :D

 

Thanks, James! It was the kind of win I was needing. 

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Week 5 days 1-4

 

Day 1 went off with a bang. Ate right, went to boxing, good all around. Days 2-3 I was at an asphalt conference. The first day of the conference wasn't so great because I was sitting with my boss. His main goal was Candy Crush so it cut into my ability to pay attention. The conference felt pretty dumbed down this year. I usually leave there with a few great new ideas. This year was thin.  

 

Today I was home all day. There was a great plan to work on house work, go to boxing, cook dinner and basically win baby win. It didn't turn out as such. No chores got done. I couldn't go to boxing at noon because Amy was expecting a package that needed to be signed for. She told me I didn't have to stay home but I knew how excited she was about it so I stayed in. I just fell back into that old habit of crashing and watching tv. I finished the first season of American Horror Story. Holy cow is that some good tv. I was going to go to boxing after dinner but my stomach got really upset and it just seemed like a bad idea. So anyway, not a great day but as long as it doesn't turn into 2 it will be okay. 

 

BFF started his first chemo treatment yesterday. Hoping he is well enough to go to our holiday party at the shooting range next week. 

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Here I was thinking,"hmm something is missing this challenge, I can't quite put my finger on it...." ah yes, where is Joedog's thread..? 

 

Well I found you and I see you are still boxing away like a beast (apart from today!), awesome work :) 

 

So sorry to hear about your friend's cancer, what a bummer. 1 in 3 get it is the stat I read recently, very scary.  I'm sure he is glad to have a friend like you he can lean on. 

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I think I might know an Unspeakable guild leader who does that too.   :tongue:

 

Unspeakable, huh? You should talk to that guy. Make him speak.

 

And, yeah, those habits, girl. They'll get you every time. That's why we focus so hard on them these challenges - the only way to fight a habit is with another habit. Another one to build against, maybe?

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when last did you sit in your chair and have a series marathon?  I'm thinking it was actually a long time ago.  It's not like you do it every chance you get and THAT is great news  :D

 

Your BFF might not be so hot for a few days but hopefully he will be up and about again next week.  And honestly, sometimes just getting out and doing "normal" things helps with all the other stuff that cancer fighters struggle through.

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Here I was thinking,"hmm something is missing this challenge, I can't quite put my finger on it...." ah yes, where is Joedog's thread..? 

 

Well I found you and I see you are still boxing away like a beast (apart from today!), awesome work :)

 

So sorry to hear about your friend's cancer, what a bummer. 1 in 3 get it is the stat I read recently, very scary.  I'm sure he is glad to have a friend like you he can lean on. 

 

ENDOR!!! I've been trying to actually do this challenge instead of spending all my time on the boards talking about my challenge. So I've been more successful but I haven't been as social. Good to see you! 

 

Unspeakable, huh? You should talk to that guy. Make him speak.

 

And, yeah, those habits, girl. They'll get you every time. That's why we focus so hard on them these challenges - the only way to fight a habit is with another habit. Another one to build against, maybe?

 

I think my habits are coming around. I've been totally off my game the last 3 days or so and I'm missing my good habits. Hopefully this week settles down. 

 

when last did you sit in your chair and have a series marathon?  I'm thinking it was actually a long time ago.  It's not like you do it every chance you get and THAT is great news  :D

 

Your BFF might not be so hot for a few days but hopefully he will be up and about again next week.  And honestly, sometimes just getting out and doing "normal" things helps with all the other stuff that cancer fighters struggle through.

 

It has been a while since I did something like that. I've had some tv marathons but this is the first one in a while that was trying to hide from real life.  Thanks for the reminder. 

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About week 5...

 

My week got a little discombobulated. Some bad eating habits were reintroduced for the week but are not continuing into week 6. I went to boxing 2/3 times. We didn't go to yoga or church for reasons that I will share further in the post. Since I set the reminder on my phone, I haven't missed a single day of medicine which has helped my brain be able to brain. 

 

My weekend was a little crazy. Another friend suffered a near fatal overdose after the memorial service for the friend that died the previous weekend. This friend has a 3 month old baby. The father of the baby went with her to the hospital so yet another friend took the baby. Amy and I went over to help with the baby. We don't really know anything about babies. Hilarity ensued. I'm not sure I'm cut out for life with recovering opiate addicts. 

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Since I set the reminder on my phone, I haven't missed a single day of medicine which has helped my brain be able to brain.

this is the only way I remember to do nigh anything these days...

My weekend was a little crazy. Another friend suffered a near fatal overdose after the memorial service for the friend that died the previous weekend. This friend has a 3 month old baby. The father of the baby went with her to the hospital so yet another friend took the baby. Amy and I went over to help with the baby. We don't really know anything about babies. Hilarity ensued. I'm not sure I'm cut out for life with recovering opiate addicts.

addiction is a nasty monster; I know from experience.

regarding your friends getting off opiates: if you need help understanding addiction, I'm game to throw sciencey and emotional shit your way.

but in regards to helping them: HA! if I knew, I'd share that info with Brian first, lol.

seriously though, sorry to hear about all the bullshit you and your pals are going through. :( it's not fun, and it's even less easy. keeping y'all in my thoughts. <3

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Joedog, you are amazing - well done for stepping up and holding the baby when he/she/it needed holding.

Huge hugs for you - coping with friends with addictions is hard.  Friends ODing or trying to is harder than hard.

 

Craptastic indeed. It sounds like you are being an amazing friend - hope you get some boxing in to help you de-stress from it all.

 

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Oh my gosh, your poor sweet circle of friends. Addiction is horrible, and so difficult for the ones who love the addict. I'm familiar with that hamster wheel (mom is a recovering alcoholic), let me know if you need to talk about addicts in general.

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this is the only way I remember to do nigh anything these days...

addiction is a nasty monster; I know from experience.

regarding your friends getting off opiates: if you need help understanding addiction, I'm game to throw sciencey and emotional shit your way.

but in regards to helping them: HA! if I knew, I'd share that info with Brian first, lol.

seriously though, sorry to hear about all the bullshit you and your pals are going through. :( it's not fun, and it's even less easy. keeping y'all in my thoughts. <3

 

I've learned a lot about addiction and recovery. I guess opiate addicts have an even harder path because of the types of physiological changes to the brain. If I figure out the magic words, I'll share them with Brian too! 

 

 

So you went out and lived the mission as opposed to being told about the mission. That's how it goes sometimes.

 

Sadly, 'tis the season for overdoses and things of that nature. It's sad that the season of hope turns to hopelessness for so many. :( Keep on being there for your friends.

 

I like to be more of a doer than listener anyway. I'm very hopeful that our friend's relapse is a one time thing. Her life had taken a much deserved turn for the better. 

 

Joedog, you are amazing - well done for stepping up and holding the baby when he/she/it needed holding.

Huge hugs for you - coping with friends with addictions is hard.  Friends ODing or trying to is harder than hard.

 

Craptastic indeed. It sounds like you are being an amazing friend - hope you get some boxing in to help you de-stress from it all.

 

Best wishes.

 

Thanks. joedog vs the baby was pretty fun. I never could master the art of calming him down and getting him back to sleep. Turns out you don't hold a baby like a football. 

 

I think it's amazing that you helped a friend in need even though it was way out of your comfort zone. Babies aren't as fragile as they seem, or they'd never make it! 

 

I guess you have to hold them a little tighter than I was when they fuss. I was holding him too far out from my body. I also think babies are like dogs, they can smell fear, LOL. I didn't maintain my calm assertive energy as Cesar Milan would say. I guess I should stick to dogs. 

 

Oh my gosh, your poor sweet circle of friends. Addiction is horrible, and so difficult for the ones who love the addict. I'm familiar with that hamster wheel (mom is a recovering alcoholic), let me know if you need to talk about addicts in general.

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