Hi Gwamma and all,
Very glad all went well with the surgery!
Gwamma, I think I missed why you're quitting coffee. It's tough to do. I tried in college and after being a raving bitch for four days, my friends encouraged me to go back to it - the same group of friends that were undyingly supportive when I quit smoking. LOL. In my early forties I gave it sort of a half-hearted go by mixing caf with decaf and gradually decreasing the caf. All that happened was I drank more coffee. I'm truly an addict. (Hangs head in shame.)
Changing the clocks is going swimmingly. *cough* Stayed awake for 24 hours, fell asleep at 645am, woke almost exactly five hours later and spent most of Monday with a brain full of fog. When the fog lifted, after a second mug of espresso with coconut oil in it, my brain craved sleep. I slept. So, here I sit at 2am on MDA. Oh how I miss the resilience of youth. (Though truth be told, my last two decades have been my favorites.)
My 21 day thing is going well. I'm officially more than a quarter of the way through. I have saved about $27 and not consumed about 5000 calories which is part of the reason I'm doing this. I can't call myself primal or even remotely healthy when alcohol comprised over a third of my calories. On day 22, I will indulge and then do a 21 day thing again. Funny thing is that even in my party youth, I didn't drink much alcohol. Drugs, yes, but not alcohol, and even the drug use was light. I've read that it's easier to become an habitual user as you get older. I forget the physiological reasons why.
Anyway, except for being slightly addled from weird and lack of sleep, things here are pretty much okay. You all are about 20 hours ahead of us, so you've already done your Tuesday, while here sun-up is about four hours away.
"Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine