I’m not scared of ghouls and ghosts. My biggest fear isn’t something popping out of the shadows to eat my brains. It’s the fear of getting fat again.
Day two of the runstreak happened. I recorded while dripping sweat from my run (or maybe it was from the rain that started in while I was out). I ran 1.1 miles, and my shoelaces came untied at 0.9. Never try to run a quarter mile with loose shoes. It’s just bad.
The most important part of geekdom is the people. We want to talk about stuff we love, make friends, and most importantly, make sure that everyone feels appreciated.
If you want lasting wellness, you have to change the way you live your life every single day.
If you’re snacking and you want to just binge eat until you are 100% ready to pop, make sure you’re doing it with fruits and veggies, not candies, cookies, or cakes.
If you take just those 90 minute each day and set your phone aside, you’ll be more present and more connected to the people in your life–and to your life itself.
It hadn’t really clicked how much I identified myself with the term runner. Not athlete, not lifter, not superhappyfuntime weight-loss awesomeman…just runner. And now I can’t run.
Taking a couple of very simple steps can keep a temporary weight loss backslide from becoming permanent.
I’m becoming addicted to NBC’s The Biggest Loser because it motivates me despite having its share of issues.
Things are looking up: I’m a #FitocracyAmbassador and in a Runner’s World book for beginners!