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  2. I saw you in that unicorn costume and now I can’t quit it!
  3. DJtrippyT

    New Rules - Deffy #51

    Following for foods and boobs I have a Mexican flea market near me and one of the stall sells luchador masks. You and DR just tell me your size and I’m shopping
  4. Nobody makes you pay that subscription to my channel, Trippy...
  5. Snarkyfishguts

    The Adventurers of the Lucky Vale I

    This is a cool challenge. I like the creativity. I too, hate losing strength after an injury. I sometimes imagine our bodies like pizza dough. You shape it, and then let it rest so you can push it farther, but if you tear it up too much you end up as a ball of dough and start over. Except I never imagine a point where we become delicious pizza, so maybe this idea is extra-silly i’m glad you are feeling better and ready to roll out!
  6. This could have gone in so many directions, all of them terrifying
  7. DJtrippyT

    [Sloth] C'Mon Let Me Ride

    I have this problem myself, then the boyfriend finds me on the table with butter all over my face the 24 hour race sounds awesome! Very excite, much stoke
  8. Snarkyfishguts

    squeakyvalkyrie levels up!

    5k! That is awesome! I love those kind of unplanned victories. I’m so glad you had fun too!
  9. Snarkyfishguts

    Annyshay Leaves the Great Plateau

    Sounds like you are off to a good start!
  10. deftona

    [DarK_RaideR #36] Balance is rarely a static case

    Iggy Pop and AIC are both awesome live, you'll have a great time! Also James are awesome. My cousin was in a relationship with the guy who played the keyboard at one point. I think. Or it might have been the guy from Suede. Anyway, HAVE FUN WITH THIS CHALLENGE!
  11. Teodor

    10K to mastery

    3 weeks later and I've finally started (as stated initially, I'm a pretty lazy person). To ease into it, I went for a jog yesterday and ended up running 15 kilometers (about 9.32 miles) in 1:38:08, for an average pace of 6:32 per kilometer and average speed of 9.18 km/h. Not too bad, considering I haven't trained seriously on asphalt in several months; as a matter of fact, my best average pace at a half marathon was around 5:04, about a year ago, following a few weeks of training, so my fitness level hasn't declined dramatically. Obviously, there's quite some work to put in to recover and a heck of a lot more to improve, but I find yesterday's run encouraging. In other news, I'm beginning the calisthenics workouts today: push-ups, pull-ups and squats. Coming back later with today's numbers.
  12. Waanie

    J3nn's Noomalicious

    Those pictures are gorgeous. I hope that everyone gets better, and normalcy returns, soon. Good job on those steps .
  13. DJtrippyT

    Reset, Recenter, Rebuild

    Oooh I love Eddie Izzard. I bet that was great! congrats on the new job!
  14. Norgaard

    Norgaard - slow and spaghetti wins the race

    exactly! its an amazing feeling! I still suck at updating this though
  15. DJtrippyT

    Atrytone Tackles the Life Wheel

    Wow, this is great! You improved in so many areas. That’s terrific.
  16. Norgaard

    Asuka respawns, slowly

    This picture might come out giant :i
  17. Ann of Vries

    squeakyvalkyrie levels up!

    I should look into Scott Pilgrim, apparently. Following!
  18. Curl Brogo

    The Adventurers of the Lucky Vale I

    Down with pumpkinhead! Good luck!
  19. Ann of Vries

    Annyshay Leaves the Great Plateau

    I love your narrative challenges. Following!
  20. Waanie

    Tateman: One challenge left before Vegas!

    Nice end of the challenge . Looking forward to your next one!
  21. porkkchop

    Not giving up

    Hey Jean, that’s definitely a good point on the point about being in comfort zone when I’m binge eating. I’d always thought about it in a self destructive light, but in retrospect there’s something very comforting in the familiarity of old habits, even if the habits themselves don’t feel too good. And it’s a whole lot easier than putting myself out there, wanting something like weight loss, wanting to work to try to feel good. The prospect of failing at that is pretty scary. I actually haven’t really stopped to think about the reasons why I haven’t liked myself, where that’s come from. If I had to think on it now: 1. I had a lot of perceived expectations placed on myself throughout schooling, a lot of which I probably invented. So what I was doing never felt quite good enough. 2. Self deprivation was a way for me to seek approval growing up 3. I was brought up in a reasonably high performance and result focused environment so I had a fairly skewed perception of what was average. I guess now I’m starting to learn that I can work towards success while being nice to myself, still achieve things and enjoy the process rather than engaging in the self flaggelation and hating every second of the journey. Self love is definitely a priority for me right now. Really appreciate the perspective, it’s given me a bit to think about.
  22. Stribs

    Stribs Lays the Foundation for Summer

    Hate to disappoint, but the actual road trip will be next challenge. This is still the planning phase So, with new challenge comes scale time. Needless to say, I'm a bit heartbroken this morning because I threw away a lot of hard work on snacks and take out, but I think it was the wake up call I needed to move forward because food has been a real struggle lately. Back up to 167, trying, once again, to get down to 145. My workouts aren't as intense this time around since I stopped going to the gym classes when the gym moved and they got shitty, so my food choices are going to have to work harder this time, but I know I CAN do it, I just need to not be lazy about it. I have already taken a few steps this morning to help the shift. Step 1: Measure the creamer in my coffee so I'm only getting 1 serving, even if it means the coffee taste (35 calories) Step 2: Cut each enchilada portion in half so it's 250 calories instead of 500 (plus this means I have lunch AND dinner for tonight) Step 3: Dip protein waffle in coffee instead of using butter (makes up for the dryness created by a lack of syrup, winning) Step 4. Strategically offer to buy the snack for the English teachers at speeches tonight (Fruits, veggies, and nuts, here we come!!) Anyhoo, so that's that. I did my workout this morning. Day 1 of Ironborn. It only took 15 minutes though, so I think I am going to supplement it with this 10,000 jumping jacks challenge just to get some easy cardio in and give the workout a bit of length. I prefer 30-45 minutes. In terms of self care, I did take my meds, but I didn't read or meditate because I had friends over for dinner, which I'm counting because it was very relaxing. It also means I didn't work on my passion projects goal yesterday either, but again...I wasn't on my ass watching netflix, so I'll make an exception if I'm spending time with friends. Anyhoo, I gotta get rolling!!
  23. annyshay

    Annyshay Leaves the Great Plateau

    Annyshay approached the bridge with some trepidation. There was a large hole in the middle. Annyshay wondered how the bridge was still standing, but she didn't stay to wonder long. She backed up and ran with all her might, launching into the air. Her fingers scrabbled at the rock on the far side of the bridge, vying desperately for purchase on the slippery face. Her fingers eventually caught, and she was able to climb to safety on the far side of the bridge. She looked around. With no monsters in site, she jogged toward the ancient ruined temple.
  24. Curl Brogo

    Teros 54: Phoenix Begins

    Following. I can definitely sympathize with how school/work can eat your life and make you lose progress and forget about really taking care of yourself. But throw a few other tragedies on that fire and... damn. Congrats to you for getting through it. And replacing screen time for creative activities did me a lot of good in the past couple years. Good luck.
  25. annyshay

    Annyshay Leaves the Great Plateau

    Monday - w0d2 Mindful Eats - breakfast - sat and focused on just eating - dinner - sat, gratitude, no screens Careful Moves - walked a bunch at O'Hare - did not walk to the hotel Grateful Wins - stayed engaged at the conference despite LONG hours - stay late to chat and network with some friends from another institution
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