Primal Journal – Bluechip
Day 34ish...I went primal on July 1st, today is August 3rd. (4th technically since it's past midnight, but that doesnt count in my book)
So far this is working. I figured starting a journal was the next logical step to keep me "On track"
Diet is good, but living out of a hotel in Mexico has been presenting some unique challenges.
Workouts and Primal exercise are going and although fun, I am a bit sore from not working out in well, forever.
I like being outdoors, and love to do stuff like white water rafting, rock climbing, and swim. I however, and very out of shape for these things as my last rafting/climbing adventure ended up with a sprained ankle and a few cracked ribs... I think I am out of shape because I love to watch movies and cook. I love to read, usually non-fiction/business type stuff.
I am engaged to a wonderful, beautiful, talented, smart and loving girl, KP. We are getting married in October. (I will probably end up sharing her artwork throughout this journal as she sends me sketches every day!)
I am not sure how I stumbled onto the primal lifestyle. I signed up for the emails and after the first 7, downloaded the 101 pdf. After reading the 101, I thought I would peek around on here. After a bit, finally signed up for the forum and here we go. I firmly believe in supporting the people who impact my life, hence I bought the book. I agreeded with Mark in just about everything, so I think I might buy a few books and give them out as gifts. (Thoughts? I did this with Dave Ramsey books a while back with mixed responses. Dave Ramsey is a great read on financial stuff, but I think some people in my family took it the wrong way.)
I recently also purchased the 90 day journal. I promise I will not let that collect dust. (Please hold me to this) For a "primal journal" it is a very pretty book. I almost feel bad writing it in. If I get the chance to talk to Mark some day, I'll let him know the journal should have been made of parchment and bound by the hide of some animal! :)
Planned future posts: (In no particular order)
Cardio in Mexico - How to survive a cartel shootout
LHT - The VW Beetle that parked me in.
Eating and Shopping, NOT in your language (Fun times in the grocery store)
Micheladas - Poor Grok never got to try one. (Vices)
Primal grilling - As taught to kids in Mexico (How to host a Carne Asada)
...and many more
Well, this is where we end post 1. Saludos!