You tell someone you just drank a litre of apple juice and they’ll be like ‘oh man go climb that house with the five floors, six times’ but if you tell them you just ate a bacon and egg roll they’ll be like ‘okay.’
I biked 3.24km first [delivering envelopes for work] then I drank some water with lemon and probiotic, then biked the other 5.78km in less than an hour.
MUM BOUGHT AN EXCALIBUR DEHYDRATOR.
Okay so I began my before and after shots on July 12, it is now September 16.
I think that swimming has given me the biggest physical change thus far.
Hopefully when I start biking, that will also do something.
I find sprinting barefoot weird.
"Confusion is a step towards clarity. Fear is the beginning of intelligent change. Grief is a doorway to unspeakable compassion and creativity. Anger is brimming with life. Frustration is an ancient teaching about control and surrender. Jealousy shows us how much we love, reminding us of the violence that rumbles under the calm exterior.
All emotions are deeply intelligent teachers - a mysterious language we are slowly remembering how to speak”.
So I just realized that the runs I had been doing a fortnight ago were actually 2km shorter than I thought they had been.
Tomorrow I’m going to start regularly running and writing down my meal entries - lately I’ve been ignoring them because I’ve been going out and drinking along with feeling unmotivated, however I’m aiming to change this around.
Go team! *throws up pom poms*
Green smoothies are so nourishing gosh.
I’ve been told that mental disorders such as bipolar, mania and depression can be a result of a lack of blood flow both in and out of the brain, caused by a deficiency in B vitamins, particularly B3.
In conclusion, give me some peanuts and cashews.
I fucking love running.