09-17-2013, 02:30 AM
09-17-2013, 08:25 AM
Oh wow! How immature of that idiot in the car!! Some people have no class! (Insert angry face here)
Good luck with the new product! Hope it works for ya if you break out again.
"Adapt and Overcome"
09-17-2013, 05:11 PM
B - yogurt, chia gel, blueberries and walnuts.
Didn't get such a good sleep last night, and my mood's paying the price for it. I'm slightly irritable. More than slightly according to the family.
I'm really falling off the wagon now, bit by bit. There's just so much chocolate lying around, and I'm just not strong enough to resist right now.
09-18-2013, 05:13 AM
Your breakfast sounds yum! I love the combination of yoghurt and nuts. Honey drizzled on the top makes it even better!
It took my skin a good four or so weeks to start settling down. And I won't lie, there were times when I wanted to throw the Cetaphil cleanser and lotion out the bathroom window in frustration. But persistence paid off in the end.
As for the Cetaphil lotion, I bought it with the intention of applying it very sparingly at first, especially around problem areas. It also helped combat the dryness and peeling that the prescription topical creams were causing. If you feel more comfortable trialling only the cleanser for now though, then go with that. Fingers and toes crossed it helps!
P.S. Just saw your comment to my post in the 'What are you having for dinner tonight?’ thread, advising me not to tell too many people about my use of roast chicken drippings! It made me laugh as I actually mentioned to my friend on the phone a few nights back how I mash up my vegetables in the drippings. She nearly had a heart attack in disgust!!!! Wish I had come across that advice sooner!
09-18-2013, 01:51 PM
09-18-2013, 05:46 PM
Not a bad night's sleep, but I am soooo tired.
B - 3 HB eggs, 1 avocado.
The usual activities today, except for an extra 2 km walk.
09-19-2013, 09:22 AM
Why so tired?
"Adapt and Overcome"
09-19-2013, 03:21 PM
Awful training. Awful awful awful awful awful. Awful. The people who are doing the comp were given a sort of...rehearsal for the real thing. Kata was terrible. Couldn't focus. Didn't kiai. Well, duh. Of course I didn't. And I lost every sparring bout. Why? No stinking kiai. It seems that if you don't kiai, then your opponent gets awarded a point. The instructor kept telling me to kiai. The yellow belt kept telling me to kiai. The blue belt, too. I felt like yelling at them that I would kiai at the competition and NOT BEFORE!!!!!!!!
I was approached by a guy who I train with on sundays. He said I needed to relax. I just had to relax. He said he could tell by my body language that I was so stressed I couldn't do anything properly. Great. I hate being watched. I'm so self-conscious it's embarrassing. Sometimes I have these 'freezes'. I just freeze, because I'm just so self-conscious. I did that last tuesday, at training. Just stood there, silently refusing to do something Sensei had told me to do.
Anyway, he is right. I do need to relax, and just enjoy it. But how do you do that, and learn and do your best at the same time? In order to do my best I need to focus. Concentrate. Not have a great time.
B - can't remember
L - bacon
D - IF
09-19-2013, 03:22 PM
I really don't know. If anything my sleep is getting better, but I'm getting more tired during the day.
Originally Posted by Emofedom
09-21-2013, 01:28 PM
Great day yesterday! Bought 2 couches, a juicer, got my phone fixed, got my sister a phone, and got a new backpack cos my old one's falling to bits. Okay, it wasn't quite as simple as that, but that was the end result.
I've almost completely fallen off the wagon, and my face is paying the price for it. I'm going to be 90-100% primal from now on.
It's a sunday morning, 7:00am, so I've got training in an hour, which means a light breakfast.
B - 3 HB egs.