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  2. Totally talking my language about what to order. I used to be city folk, so love the variety of food, and have learned to make a lot of my favourites in my isolated community. Don't get a lot of ingredients in (like lemongrass, fennel etc) so am limited on the repertoire of what I can make. Take advantage of off island time whenever I can. At Chinese restaurants I normally aim for restaurants with no English on the menu and order by picture. Head on means I know what I'm eating hahaha. Always insulted when I get brought cutlery automatically though. Fitness, like honour, is never bestowed but earned through blood, sweat and sacrifice
  3. NicTheRugger

    Salinger's twenty second challenge!

    Excellent choice
  4. NicTheRugger

    JessFit's Time to Grow

    Aww, what a cute pup! Looks like you had fun. And wow, your mom is hardcore.
  5. NicTheRugger

    Watch the Queen Conquer - Nic Tackles Her Goals

    That's the kind I have now! Unfortunately, the doorframes in the house I'm living in are too thick for this kind of pull-up bar. But! A solution has been found I'm alive! Somehow. Thanks, Miau! <3 I'm alive, folks! Sorry for not being on much last week. I was trying to adjust to the new job and the new home and wanted to spend my down-time decompressing tech-free. The new job is going pretty well. It's been super busy though, which is a big change from my last job. It feels good though, to be doing something I actually enjoy doing. Good news on the pull-up bar front: while I couldn't find a playground with monkey bars or anything (where have all the good playgrounds gone?!), I have ordered an extendable pull-up bar. It's just a bar that extends and uses physics and a clamp system to stay up on the doorway. Available here. It should be coming tomorrow, so starting tomorrow evening, I'll have a way to do pull-ups at home. Workout wasn't that good this morning. I got really anxious in the weight room and had a hard time focusing, so I cut my losses early after doing some pull-ups and bench presses and went back to the house and did 3x15 sets of knee push-ups. Tomorrow's a running day. I'll try to do a story update tomorrow. My brain is kinda fried right now after a ridiculously long court day. (We were there for 7 hours today. Court's usually only 4-5 hours for arraignments and pretrial hearings) Pull-ups: 1/7 Stretching: 1/3 Journal: 0/3 Run: 0/3 Duolingo: 1/7 Abs: 0/3
  6. SkyGirl

    Lightbearer: Liminal

    Thank you Cheetah!!
  7. NicTheRugger

    Xena's Triumphant (?) Return from Sea

    Congrats on making guild leader! I'll be sure to drop in and say hi you'll be missed here with the rangers! And congrats on getting the planks all done!
  8. NicTheRugger

    Elastigirl :The Joy Continues

    Happy Belated Birthday!
  9. NicTheRugger

    RES: Keep on Going

    Congratulations, oh fabulous and brave leader!
  10. RogueLibrarian

    RogueLibrarian trains like a Jedi

    Update: Karate teacher wants to do a Good Omens cosplay with me
  11. Today
  12. REPORT: DAY THIRTY Morning cardio (elliptical) -- 566 calories in 50 min. Training [Legs] barbell hip thrusts 120x15 120x15 120x15 120x15 with 15 sec hold on last rep + 7 top half reps barbell romanian deadlifts 160x10 160x10 160x10 160x10 150x12 150x12 150x12 150x12 barbell calf raises 40x120 40x100 40x100 DIET calories = 1956 fats = 19 g carbs = 186 g proteins = 253 g
  13. Thom Stépan

    Run Thom Run

    102 days to go. Sent from my CPH1725 using Tapatalk
  14. Snarkyfishguts

    Eat. Move. Rest. Tanktimus Takes Care of Himself

    Omg Birthday! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!
  15. Cheetah

    Darkfoxx 57: Layer 2 Of That Solid Foundation

    Very important doggo skillz.
  16. Cheetah

    Lightbearer: Liminal

    Congratulations, O Fearless Leader!
  17. darkfoxx

    Darkfoxx 57: Layer 2 Of That Solid Foundation

    Sunday & Week 3 Nutrition - [ x] Macros - tracked daily; usually at least not crazy high on calories. - [ x] Dietician Visit - scheduled the week after vacation - vitamins ordered. - [ x] Symptoms on Cara - daily, and they’re giving me a picture that my intestines are currently pretty fragile. Hopefully the probiotics will help. - [ x] Collage - Daily. Breakfast: Leftover rice, quinoa, cashew milk & blueberries Lunch: Sushi I grabbed at the grocery Dinner: Seafood matchboos (local biryani) - [ x] Meal Planning - Completed for the week and grocery shopping done. Physical Fitness - [ x] 2-3 yoga sessions - Hit only 1 again this week. Boo! - [ ] Treadmill walks or rowing if I didn’t leave the house - Nope. Can’t remember if I had any whole days I didn’t leave the house either. - [ ] June Darebee - Nope. - [x ] Work with my doctor on lungs - Been taking my nasal spray & inhaler. Moar Fulfillment - [ x] Read retirement $ article - Been reading a bunch on FIRE; need to expand reading. - [ x] Stick to weekly budget - Done. Even tried valiantly to spend major $ on summer clothes and couldn’t. - [ ] Pick another tiny job thing to research - Nope. - [ x] Sign up for Skillshare - Done. - [x ] Dog training - Daily in some form. Dogs were dicks Sunday while I was on the phone with my Dad, so we worked on ‘sit the F down and look at me when you want to Bork at the bitches giggling because they’re making you Bork outside the door’ Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. darkfoxx

    Darkfoxx 57: Layer 2 Of That Solid Foundation

    It really slows my little man down - he’s gone from inhaling his food so fast he chokes to it taking like a solid minute to eat. Win! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  19. Valkyrie21

    You've Got That Gnawing Feelin'...

    My experience with this gnawing pain is that is is an expression of anxiety. I was brought up in a family where food had been used to 'soothe' and unlearnt the true feeling of hunger over time. Once I really listened to my body and waited until I was truly hungry I was able to differentiate between the pain between hunger and nagging anxiety. I have since learnt to soothe this anxiety with healthier ways, although very occasionally I give in to the old habit, hard to break but 95% improved.
  20. RES

    RES: Keep on Going

    Fabulous huh? How fabulous can I be when I've spent the better part of my weekend on here and once again forgot to update my own challenge? *smh* Okay... 1. Three interval runs, and one strength training a week. Make one of these runs outside when possible. Non-game days only, game days give me at least 10,000 steps and at least 20 flights of stairs Week 3, three games, one day in the gym (Wed.) working out with my trainer...well, not mine since he's out of the country, but omg I think I'm in love, this woman put me through my paces! She's awesome! I made excuses the other two days though and that's not good 4/6 2. Continue making the 24 hour plan, eat on plan when hungry, stop when full. 6 of 7, overate a bit on Saturday 3. Three times a week (at least) take time for me, this can be journaling, crocheting, or time to read. 6 days last week, three crocheting, three reading In other news just trying to learn as much as I can about being the best GL I can be will post a real update tomorrow!
  21. Xena

    Elinox Never Gives Up

    Congrats on the curl progress!
  22. Xena

    GoodDoug goes hunting dinosaurs, again

    Sounds like you are on the mend. I hate it when colds linger, but you're beating this one back.
  23. Xena

    Watch the Queen Conquer - Nic Tackles Her Goals

    Hope you had some fun weekend adventures, got in a good workout or two, and got more settled into your new place/town.
  24. Xena

    Hiroro Gets Cooking

    ugh! Sorry it's been rough. Hope the nausea gets better once you are a bit farther along.
  25. Xena

    Elastigirl :The Joy Continues

    Nicely said...and impressive on the pull-ups.
  26. Yesterday
  27. Xena

    Hiyaaaa[emoji4]

    It's smart to take a break if you are injured and/or in pain. If walking is something you can still do, keep up with that. Yoga can be great for back problems. Have you done much yoga before? As you may know, there are all different styles...some are very vigorous and some are more gentle. If you are new to yoga, be careful to listen to your body. Don't be afraid to ease off or modify a pose if it is hurting your back. If you are going to live yoga classes (rather than watching a video or something), it would be helpful to tell the teacher that you have a back problem (if you haven't already). [If you've already thought of all this, just ignore me!] Very good work on diet!
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