Today is my 30th day of Whole30! I cannot believe the last 30 days have gone by so quickly. In the last 30 days, I have gone without added sugars, dairy, legumes, alcohol, or grains. I'd love to boast a perfect record but I discovered some missteps along the way, mainly after I had already … Continue reading Whole30: Day 30
I am less than ten days away from completing the Whole30 program and I've got to say, I'm nervous. I'm nervous because I love it and have done so well with this program. There's something so simple about drawing hard lines about what you will and won't put into your body. I started this particular "Year of … Continue reading Whole30 Update: Day 21
How do people balance married life with child(ren)? I've been going at it for three years now and I don't think I'm very good at it. They say practice makes perfect but everyone in my family keeps growing and changing. The second I think I'm on to something, I run into a wall or trip … Continue reading The Family Teeter Totter
Have you ever merged WordPress blogs? It takes an incredible amount of time. Or maybe it takes an average amount of time but it feels like an incredible amount of time. What did I just do? Did I break it? Did I just lose all of my history? What is this going to look like? How … Continue reading 2 Blogs Combined
Well, I finished my self-imposed challenge of a Mile a Day for 30 days. In the end, I ended up one mile short. I thought about adding a day to the challenge but since it was my made up challenge, it seemed like a pretty lackluster way to make myself feel better about skipping. So … Continue reading A Mile A Day: Days 29 and 30
I always say that anyone can do anything* for 30 days but 30 days really is a long time to do the same thing and continue finding interest in it. Or at least continue to find interest writing about it. I imagine it's the same for reading so I'm going to start condensing the last … Continue reading A Mile A Day: Day 25-28
Winston and I meandered through the neighborhood, switching up our usual route. It was a slow walk but enough to count.
I'm tired of this mile. I feel worn out today so I came home and put on sweatpants and a baggy long sleeved t-shirt from my high school days. But Winston and I did get in our mile. Disheveled clothes and all.
She rode her bicycle while Freddy, Winston, and I walked. She pedaled hard. She almost made the turn from road to sidewalk this time. She only needed a little push. Halfway through the ride, she stopped. "I need to climb this wall," she said. She hopped off her little bike and scaled the retainer wall … Continue reading A Mile A Day: Day 22
"Can you help me so I don't go too fast?" My daughter and I took today's mile with her on her bicycle and me on foot. Each decent, she asked me to slow her down if her bike started to move too quickly. She didn't panic. One time she even braked on her own without … Continue reading A Mile A Day: Day 21