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Saturday, January 18, 2014

The Boring Post

Just rolling along here.  Somehow by the grace of God I am floating in a zone of happiness and light.  Meaning - sugar free, no cravings, and no hunger.   Not that I'm actually flying around in a bubble filled with light...although that would rock too...
I digress.

I'm taking breaths, noticing whats working and repeating the good patterns.  There was a moment a few days ago when I wanted to pull into a deli and grab a "snack" then a voice said "how does this benefit your end goal"  what?? Where did that come from?  I kept driving - went back to the office and had tea.  The amazing thing is, I didn't feel deprived later or feel like I deserved a reward for doing the "right" thing.  I was just happy. 

The scale is trending down and I'll post a weigh in tomorrow.
Not sure what it is but these are the things I've been doing and will continue to do...

1. Feel Blessed
2. Take a good moment each day to be grateful for everything
3. Take a time out (hey if smokers can do this so can I) every day to look at something beautiful.  Really look around and take it in
4. Move that body. 
5. Same protein shake every morning
6. Vitamins :  Flintstones multi, vita c with rose hips, b12, rasp%berry key*tones
7. WATER with LEMON all the live long day
8. Yoga - Namaste bitches!
9.  Believe we are all connected 
10. Feed myself good food
11. NO SUGAR or processed crap
12. Oil pulling every morning

Yesterday this is what I did:
Walk/run on treadmill - 30 mins
protein shake: rice milk, green vibrance, spirutine protein powder, frozen blue berries
half of a bean rice burrito and 1/2 cup pumpkin vegan soup
atkins shake
oatmeal
half of an amys dinner 
pb2 protein shake

Today is Mo's first Art Show as a full time Artist!!  I'm so proud of him!!!

5 comments:

  1. I'm so excited for Mo and his art show! You'll have to take pictures and let us know how it goes!

    i love this. "How does this benefit your end goal?" BOOM. Habits of highly effective people material!

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  2. good for you. it is not easy finding what works. keep up the good work. Namaste!!!

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  3. How do you like the oil pulling? I'm starting tomorrow!

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  4. Good for you!
    Would Mo be opposed to you taking a couple of pics and posting them on your blog? I'd love to see some of his work!

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