How a painful sidelining injury exposed my true inner strength and released me from the shackles of false assumptions. We all can fall victim our mind’s common tendency to get stuck in rigid patterns of thought. This is one such story.
Lisa Williams had therapist and author, Erica Ives, on her show talking about many aspects of eating disorders. It’s worth giving it a listen, especially if there’s someone you know or suspect to struggle with one but don’t quite know how to reach out.
By the smallest of margins Day 1 was a success. Ramped up for Day 2, it was odd to me that again I had to be really focused to fulfill the 70oz water requirement. On Day 2, I ran for 10 minutes between my last two clients. On Day 3, I went back to the jump rope. All consumption since the start has been according to plan. I eat my meals and then it's over. For the remainder of the challenge, I hope to make healthier/lower cal food choices, try to do more than the 10-minute bare minimum, and continue to push the H2O. Thanks all for now. If t