I've been horribly inactive here lately. And horribly inactive in general - went off primal, stopped working out, let stress take over and bring back my procrastinate-y ways. But rather than dwell on that, I'll just be grateful that I didn't seem to gain back any/much weight, that winter break is coming up soon (thus, less stress), and that I have you guys to come to for advice and support.
It's the last two weeks of the semester at school, which means crunch time, which means barely any time to eat. I was having a hard time eating during the rest of the semester, not sure how I'll be in the upcoming days. Tips for things to eat? Links to any reliable protein bar/coconut bread/almond bread recipes?
Dedicated December will at least encourage me to do a little exercise. It's meant to be 50 situps + 100 pushups + 1 mile run daily, although I'm gonna mess with that last bit depending on how I feel each day.
And then there's the stress. My arch enemy. I get nervous/anxious pretty easily, but I've kept it in check for most of the semester. The past few days it's gotten bad though (probably because the 3-months-away-from-boyfriend thing just started, he's usually my mental support), and I've been procrastinating, which of course leads to more stress. I've gotten panic attacks before and I'd like to avoid them. If you have any good meditation/relaxation techniques, I'd love to hear them. I just started journaling again, it seems to be the best way to get things out of my head without my boyfriend here to listen to me blab about crap.