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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles67 View Post
    Holy Hangover! I drank and ate too much last night. Luckily I remembered my tylenol and vitamin Bs before passing out.
    Laying floor in the basement today will be the exquisite torture I deserve. Lol

    I weighed this morning and wrote it down...that is all. Eeeek!
    Today I am back to ADF. I am doing a DD. 500 cals for dinner.

    I will post the last BIW lesson for this week at lunch time. Next week is the final week. After that, I plan to reread the course as a whole and do a re cap. I'm sure I have missed a lot of essential stuff just because it started as 6 lessons a week. Participants asked for mercy, so the last two weeks are 4 lessons each. Phew!
    Oh nothing I love better than hard physical labor after a night of hurling like a hero! woo hoo!

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    Last night a work friend of my husband held his annual Bbq. It was fun. Luckily, I paced myself and did not throw up.

    I worked on the basement for for 7 hours. I am almost done, I just need 2 more boxes of tile to do some perimeter work. My body is sore, but my head is not. I feel a great sense of accomplishment.
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    Great job on the tiling! Wow. Seven hours of that kind of work would knock me out.

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    BIW module 6 Lesson 1 Evaluate, Learn & Grow

    -Stop Interpreting Results. If you overate at a party it just means you overate, not that you are a bad person who has no will power. Tim Ferris got 27 rejections for the "4 hr work week". If he had given up, thinking that he was a bad writer, we wouldn't know who he is today.

    -Autopsy Results. Whether the result is good or bad, you need to figure out what in your system is working completely, what needs to be improved and what strategies need to be replaced all together.

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    wow.. this lesson is timely, yes? However, you sound in a good mental place regardless. Pictures of the floor coming? Congrats on getting the job done.
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    I'm impressed. Pretty sure if I tried to tile, it would just be a big ol' mess that would need to be redone by a professional.

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    Thanks Ladies. I get the feeling that you are picturing ceramic tile, grout and all that. This is peel and stick tile, that I am putting in to replace the rug destroyed by hurricane Irene in 2011. Because of periodic flooding in the basement, I chose the cheapest option. It is pretty. I will take pics of the finished apt. at some point.

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    I did peel-and-stick in my kitchen. It still takes quite a bit of work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabine View Post
    I did peel-and-stick in my kitchen. It still takes quite a bit of work.
    Does it hold up well? Our kitchen needs help. Did you just put it over the old?
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    Yes. I have had the same peel and stick flooring in our kitchen for about 5 years. I had to remove the 2 layers of linoleum because it was peeling up. I think it is best to take up the old flooring if possible.

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