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What would I do if I knew I could not fail? DAY TWO!

Sunday, January 04, 2009      3 comments

This is my favorite healthy reflections yet! My mind is just popping with all the ways I agree in memories and desires and hopes. In some areas of my life, like career, home, I live on the edge. I chucked my career to go to grad school for ... Read more

Day one NH sparkers challenge

Saturday, January 03, 2009      0 comments

It might seem counterproductive to be in two challenges, but the NH sparkers have a weekly weigh in, and I hope to continue challenging with my local team. Weigh in pending! Ready for the scale! Scale, ready for the human!... Read more

Day one NH sparkers challenge

Saturday, January 03, 2009      0 comments

It might seem counterproductive to be in two challenges, but the NH sparkers have a weekly weigh in, and I hope to continue challenging with my local team. Weigh in pending! Ready for the scale! Scale, ready for the human!... Read more

preparing for the challenge

Friday, January 02, 2009      1 comments

I am writing my goals and my affirmations in preparation for the 28 day challenge. How will I avoid the pitfalls? Early to bed, to get 7 hours of sleep or more organize food day prior have water handy in smaller bottle leave work at ... Read more

whats holding me back?

Wednesday, December 31, 2008      1 comments

I want to think about diluted priorities for a bit. How many is too many before all my goals are so watered down that I break down and can't make progress? Then there is the blending of work and personal time lines, when work steps into person... Read more

why do we say good luck?

Tuesday, December 30, 2008      3 comments

Why not say "hard work and a good plan pays off"? Slackers we are as a group. Our Occupational Therapist says that work, (and that's heavy work) helps us with sensory regulation and being calm, just by the act of engaging in the fine art of re... Read more

creating opportunities from within, not with time

Monday, December 29, 2008      2 comments

I am being passive as a guest in Chicago, biding the time until I return to my apt in the mountains, where I have no demands on my time but my own. Here my mother demands my time and it is nice to have some one that does. If I were creating the ... Read more

reading labels, creating labels

Monday, July 21, 2008      3 comments

I have been obsessed with labels for a year or so, but Spark People has achieve something better: discrimination skills - I read, but now I also u n d e r s t a n d...well, grasshopper that I am, I understand m o r e. So what's the label... Read more

One-derland, waterland, second quarter land

Monday, July 07, 2008      8 comments

“That's the scary part. I didn't know if I should smile, crack up, scream or run.” (Wizard of oz) So many new places and none of them are familiar. this morning I obsessively could not resists weighing myself, becuase I knew I woul... Read more

listen - even my heart is lifting

Friday, July 04, 2008      2 comments

I have been listening to the sounds my body makes. Wednesday, during yoga, my body popped and sighed and creaked into positions, not in protest but more like the tin man from wizard of oz. I drink so much water but I must remember that th... Read more

putting the brakes on food pushers vs planning a fall

Tuesday, July 01, 2008      3 comments

What worries me is the FALL off the health wagon. The first big or little binge. How will I handle it? Maybe I should take a practice fall, like we do in climbing. When you are learning to belay, your instructor takes announced and unannouced... Read more

obligations

Sunday, June 29, 2008      2 comments

My momma was telling me about the nature of obligations this week. As women or caregivers we focus on obligations to others. What about obligations to ourselves? I am obligated to preserve this body for the duration of my journey. I know th... Read more

can we talk about the colon?

Thursday, June 26, 2008      2 comments

1990: A student in the good ole USSR My pants would not zip up. I had bi-polar bathroom habits. I was diagnosed by a Finnish doctor with smal intestinal inflammation as result of too much sour rye bread. (There was not a lot to eat in Russi... Read more

water, skin & sensory integration of the world around me

Wednesday, June 25, 2008      0 comments

I have allergies - you name them, they are mild. But they ravage my ability to smell, and most of the time they tune out the world around me . Yesterday I was driving into the city and I smelled the city. The diesel train travelling next to... Read more

Stop. Celebrate. Turn off the brain.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008      1 comments

I had a such great spark week that I almost managed to mess it up. I walked in to the nursing home with my little dog, and got a migraine. I cannot attribute this migraine to any of my known triggers - nicotein, (none) caffeine (no changes ther... Read more


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