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week in review: speedos, sugar, and sadness

Linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for the feeling of accomplishment it gives me. Let’s see, I finished the draft of my final paper for my Leadership Theory in Communication class. All of the draft. All 1,500 words. In less than a day. Like, I finished it about 15 minutes ago.… Continue reading week in review: speedos, sugar, and sadness

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weekly review: the truth hurts

From July 6th of last year to around mid-October, I made huge changes in my diet and exercise routine (which had been mostly slim to none before that). I started running with the Couch to 5k app, cut out processed carbs for the most part, and lost 28 pounds, ran a 5k trail run, and… Continue reading weekly review: the truth hurts

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week in review: things I am grateful for

I’m a little tired of my recent boring re-hashes—what can I say, while I’m super busy, it’s mostly an introverted sort of busy, hence without excitement–so I’m going to change it up little bit, and list things I am/was grateful for last week instead. Still linking up with Meghan at Clean Eats, Fast Feets, for… Continue reading week in review: things I am grateful for

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where I blather on about what I didn’t accomplish last year, and my goals for this year

I’m just going to say it:  I did not hit all my goals for 2016. There. No sugar-coating here. However, the mere fact that I had goals—fore the fist time in 3 years or so—is a big step, and I did make progress on my goals, so I’ll count it as a win. In 2016,… Continue reading where I blather on about what I didn’t accomplish last year, and my goals for this year