I was thinking I'd just link to my prior blogging to find what I'd said about chapters 3 and 4... only when I looked back, I discovered that I had NOT blogged individually about the earlier chapters 1-4 of Beck Pink. Only a one-blog "introducti... Read more
Here we go again with the different order of introduction of things. Remember Beck Pink*'s chapter one "key critical factors"?
First on that list was "Choose a nutritious diet". In Beck Blue** Chapter Two, one of the first things it say... Read more
This is the foundation of Cognitive Behavior Therapy: that very little that we do in life is TRULY automatic. It is learned behavior.
When we are learning something new, we practice it. As kids, we might have had flash cards that we used... Read more
Chapter One of Beck Pink - The Diet Solution: Train Your Brain to Think Like a Thin Person by Judith S. Beck, PhD contains a list of nine key "critical factors", things that work.
* Choose a nutritious diet.
* Create time and energy for d... Read more
* The bag is packed. Remember to eat what's in it, no random junk that falls into your life.
* It is a rest day on the training schedule. Honor the rest day!
* Remember to go to recess... you need mental breaks i... Read more
All the Beck books are about Cognitive Behavior Therapy's approach to being successful in following whatever program you have chosen to use for weight loss (or maintenance). Beck Blue, officially titled "The Diet Trap Solution: Train Your Brain... Read more
A whole bunch of folks, led by SLENDERELLA61 are kicking off a re-boot trip through the classic pink version of "The Beck Diet Solution: Train your brain to think like a thin person", by Judith S. Beck, Ph.D. (Link to her blog announcing the k... Read more
Breakfast has been consumed.
Tire pressure on Brenda checked.
More cage lock training yesterday.
The bag is packed a little differently today and I'm taking lunch as well as snacks. Remember to eat what's in it as opposed to anyt... Read more
Some people are already fans of yoga, and I know I enjoy it but I seem to have to force myself to go. But tonight, the running class did yoga... OUTDOORS, mats on the grass...
Could I do every pose? Heck no! Did I try modifications that ... Read more
First, I need to explain that the majority of my bike commute is on bicycle TRAILS, maintained for sharing by bikers, walkers, runners, and those strolling their kids or walking their dogs. Inline skaters use them (using up about 2 1/2 lanes wo... Read more
Most of this morning's flurry of activity has been bike preparation. Sophia and Brenda both now have parking stickers on their frames, but it will be Brenda who gets the nod for commuting, most of the time. Read more
No, not the real thing... a continuation of my "caves of steel" metaphor for my new work surroundings. Spelunking is the exploration of caves. Yesterday I did a lot of exploring in my new cave...
I found three clumps of people in differen... Read more