Healthier Living Thread Part IV

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    All members, Premium and non-Premium are encouraged to participate and share in this thread.

    This is the thread where members come to share their journey to wellness and wholeness.

    It's a holistic thread, talking about all apects of health, not just diet and exercise, but the mind and spirit as well. All posters are welcome (not just Premium Members) and encouraged on a periodic basis to share what you're doing, what you need to do and how you're going to do it, and what you know!
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    Wow Tweety - another thread already! This is such a great thing to keep going and I am so glad it is still rolling along.

    Let's see - Hiker, you're right, the commodities program is absolutely wonderful and I love to see people taking advantage of it. I especially love your idea about lifting the geese - you're right, they were about the size of turkeys and they definitely gave me a workout. Plus, since I am the young buck in the office (hehe), I get to do all the lifting of boxes and helping people carry them out to their car - extra added bonus for me!

    Hi everybody! Sorry I don't have time to respond to everyone, gotta study for a test tonight. Hope everyone has a healthy, happy day!
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    i was good in jan
    naughty in feb
    sitting on the fence...

    but yall still love me anyways
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    Of course we do Muffie. Well, I seem to be up on that darned fence too. So, shall we hop off together? On the count of 3, ok?

    one . . .
    two . . .
    Threeeeeeeeeeeeeeee . . .



    Now I'm going to go drink a big glass of water.
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    and then you are going to the watercloset, alot
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    Quote from muffie
    i was good in jan
    naughty in feb
    sitting on the fence...

    but yall still love me anyways
    Of COURSE we love you - even tho your butt has a hole in it from all that fence sitting:

    re: just do a whole lotta that dancing that's in your avie, zoe !

    That would certainly work off a lot of calories!

    Did you ever see "Blast from the past" (I think it was called) with Brendon Frasier? Reminded me of that scene in the nightclub where he was dancing.

    And BTW it is a GREAT fun movie! Alicia Silverspoon (I think is her name), Christopher Walken, Cissy Spacek ...
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    Quote from muffie
    and then you are going to the watercloset, alot
    this is why I don't drink a lot of fluids (unfortunately) - at work for example we have to go thru the whole great big HUGE warehouse to get to the BR - and then the BR is FREEZING - which means (speaking of butts) freezing yours off...


    OH meant to say, thank you Tweety for getting the new thread going! Muffie thanks for letting me hijack your post...
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    HI everyone!
    Hiker - I just set the treadmill a little slower, keep one hand available to balance on the handle on one side or the other, and prop my magazine/light book on the control panel. I walk around at work often looking at something or another anyway, and figure I can pull it off on the treadmill too. Seems to work fine. My treadmill also has one of those emergency thingies that you can clip to your clothes, so if you go off the back or something it pulls a magnet and shuts the electricity off immediately. I have pulled it a couple of times by accident and it most certainly stops fast!!!!
    Muffie - I'm with you! Was bad for part of Jan also, but am back on track at last. Evidence: I weighed this morning and I re-hit the 10# mark (had re-gained 3 of the first 10 pounds I had lost). 15# to go to make my MD happy.

    I have a coveted hair appt. this afternoon - a mental health issue for me!
    Until tomorrow....
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    Quote from muffie
    i was good in jan
    naughty in feb
    sitting on the fence...

    but yall still love me anyways
    Well, of course we do :kiss

    Great way to improve your balance by sitting on the fence. Always thinking about healthier living, aren't you

    You know Blue, I walk around reading things, too. I walked home from school reading books for years--it doesn't work now, because I have to drive I have no problem walking down the stairs reading, but something about the treadmill, I dunno. Maybe I need to walk smoother or something, LOL.

    I did five miles at the gym this evening. I've decided to reward myself for every twenty fitness miles I make. Jewelry, perhaps??? :redpinkhe
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    hello everyone,
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    [color=#483d8b]i think i stepped a toe off the wagon into sugarland . female woes had me craving a bit. first salt, then sweet. oh well, back on track now.
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    [color=#483d8b]i exercised through it all and that's a first for me. usually when i succumb to my food cravings i ditch everything. nope, i still went to the gym :hatparty: .
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    [color=#483d8b]i know in thread #3, there was some elliptical talk. i must say, i do love this machine, i feel it really is one of the best cardio machines there is. i already have a great treadmill at home or i would seriously think about getting one.
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    [color=#483d8b]anyone here ever tried acupuncture? i have in the past and found it quite soothing. i'm thinking about doing it again.
    [color=#483d8b]what about any other alternative therapies? massage?
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    [color=#483d8b]well, off to slumberland for me . g'nite all.
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