Okay, so I've been posting a bit stealth lately, here and there with little promotion. I was sort of waiting for the new year but at the same time I had things to say.
Now, regardless of what your ideas about new year's resolutions are, I ask you to please watch this video, it goes over the findings of a study on new years resolution behaviors, it's quite interesting:
Now, what am I doing here? I almost never make new year resolutions. I'm always worried about letting myself down, but hell, I have to try right?
So, here it goes, I resolve to:
- Eat a 90% whole foods diet
- Lose 95 lbs before this day next year
- Start exercising, (this is a goal that will progress over the course of the year)
- Juice regularly
As I expressed in my first post back in awhile, I've been gone due to medication related weight gain and my inability to get a handle on it. Circumstances were dire in October, and they changed my meds and added a new medication, which led me to the conclusion that since I have this new med, I should try and go off the other one. I've gone from 30 mgs of abilify down to 10 mgs, I should be off of it entirely by February. Then I will be FREE of it! Weight loss, onward! :)
For the new readers, check out this post for an intro: Sometimes you have to fight a battle more than once to win it.