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Every thought I have is fascinating.

  1. I adopted a dog

    by , 09-19-2010 at 11:21 AM (Every thought I have is fascinating.)
    For the last year, I've been babysitting Amanda's (brighteyes) dogs once a week, and really falling in love with them. But my apartment was in a building with a no-dogs policy, and they eventually got around to cracking down on it.

    So I moved.

    Amanda used to live in a really great dog friendly apartment complex with a dog park, stocked fishing pond, gym, and heated pool, and the rent was almost exactly the same as what I was paying. And it's only ten minutes from the ...
  2. Learning to cook

    by , 07-07-2010 at 10:31 AM (Every thought I have is fascinating.)

    For about the last year I've been trying to learn to cook, and so this spring I took a cooking class that ended up being a ton of fun, and I learned a lot and cooked some amazing food. It was a small class, only five or six people depending on how many showed up, and more women than men (which is always a plus.) All of the other classes at the school were two or three times that size, so I really lucked out.
  3. Dieting III - The Aftermath (It's better to be the Tortoise than the Hare)

    by , 12-07-2009 at 10:27 AM (Every thought I have is fascinating.)
    It's been about six months since I started this program, which seems like a good time to be discussing the impact that it's had on me, because it's all pretty fresh in my mind and I can still remember what it felt like before I started down this road. There have been a lot of benefits from changing the way that I think about food and eating, and not all of them came directly from having lost weight.

    The most obvious is that I look better and feel better, and that's probably in order
  4. Dieting II - The Experience

    by , 11-28-2009 at 11:17 AM (Every thought I have is fascinating.)
    I talked a little bit in the last blog about never feeling hungry during this process, and that's absolutely true. But I want to get a little more specific by talking about two different meanings of that word.

    I heard a tape by Deepak Chopra once in which he talked about two different hungers: "stomach hunger," which is when your body is empty of fuel and your stomach is growling, and "mouth hunger," which is when you have the impulse to shove food in your mouth for no good reason
  5. Dieting (or How I Lost 25 Pounds in Six Months Without Trying)

    by , 11-27-2009 at 10:43 AM (Every thought I have is fascinating.)
    I was always really skinny, as a kid growing up and all through my twenties.

    Then when I was 30 I studied Tae Kwon Do, and a little Jiu Jitsu, five days a week, and was in absolutely phenomenal shape. I could do a hundred push-ups like it was nothing. I could sprint into a full somersault and come out of it jumping as high as my head, and kick a 200 pound punching bag hard enough to make it slap the ground.

    I ended up stopping, though, because my instructor was a
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