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Tag Archives: Food
So the good news is that my right thumb is fully operational again. The bad news is that while I was focused on my thumb, I gained back the weight I’d previously lost. Since I wrote my last post, I’ve … Continue reading
As I described back in April (you can read the post here), I’m celebrating my 50th birthday with a year of activities, challenges, and FUN designed to honor this milestone. I’m calling it Cynthia’s Yearlong 50th Birthday Bash, and so … Continue reading
Last year, in the spring of 2013, I took a virtual workshop called Building a Foundation for Fitness, which was taught by my friend Amy Christensen, the owner of Expand Outdoors. Since I lost weight and ran in the fun … Continue reading
Another thing that happened while I was absent from my blog is that I completed the IsaBody Challenge. In a 16-week period filled with holidays and celebrations—Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, Katie’s 10th birthday (my baby turned 10, how did that … Continue reading
People have been asking me for more details on my weight loss journey. So I thought I would give you some facts now that I’m halfway through the IsaBody Challenge. I signed up for the Challenge at midnight on November … Continue reading
One of the most interesting things about my ongoing health and wellness journey is that without realizing it, I stopped using coffee and tea. That’s right. No caffeine. A few months ago this would have seemed laughable, if not downright … Continue reading
So yes, I met a guy—a smart, sexy, sweet man who, for lack of better words, rocks my world. He turned everything upside down the moment I met him, and he continues to do so on a regular basis. After … Continue reading
In October 2010, the City of Livermore hosted an Ekphrasis Event in which it asked writers to view local artwork and submit poetry that responded to it. I fell in love with one of the pieces: Autumn Soul by the … Continue reading