I hate that I’m doing this. I can’t state that more emphatically. I hate that I’m focusing on my weight. I want to eat more, strength train hard, and work on lowering my body fat percentage and increasing my muscle mass. I don’t want to have to care about the scale.
My family did our Passover Seder via video chat the other night, as did many people around the world. It was a good substitute, but
I don’t give a fuck what you need to do to get through this. I just want you to have something. Whether it’s active or
Yesterday, I achieved the impossible. I achieved balance. I woke up early, as I usually tend to. I worked out. I did laundry. I vacuumed.
I won’t lie, the anxiety and isolation are definitely starting to get to me. The other night I was unable to fall asleep because I
Obviously, if weight loss is a trigger for you, please do not read this post. Go snuggle your animals or something instead. Day 94 was
Does everyone have “When Will My Life Begin” from Disney’s Tangled stuck in their heads or is it just me? Seven a.m., the usual morning
Yesterday I over-corrected. My achievement for the day was recognizing it. Yesterday morning I wrote that I’d been unproductive and frustrated about it for days.
The past several days have been tiresome. I have the attention span of a gnat and it’s frustrating as hell. I’ve done very little studying.
Yesterday was the day the COVID-19 pandemic started to impact me in a more personal way. I hope not many of us have that happen,
It’s Monday morning and I feel as though I’m supposed to get to work. It’s March 23rd. I was laid off on February 18th. If
Anyone who has read this blog for a while knows when I get down, I want to find a solution for it. I want to
This isn’t going to be a happy post. The fact is, I’m scared right now, and I need to talk about it. If you’re already
I don’t feel the need for a long post today, so here’s a tweet I wrote yesterday. I mean, really. Who am I? This is
Yesterday’s accomplishment was focus. ADHD is a funny thing. When the brain gets excited and locks in on something, it’s intense and rather indescribable. Suffice