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Tag Archives: growth
One of my weekly addictions now, pun intended, is Extreme Makeover: Weight Edition. It’s exactly what it sounds like: A person is ideally supposed to go from morbidly obese to, well, much less. The most “extreme” episode I’ve seen spent the year with a man named James who began at 651 pounds and lost 313 pounds [...]
Yesterday I cycled 42 kilometres. That’s the fifth time I’ve ever bested 40km in a day. It felt pretty awesome, because it’s the first time out of all those times that I managed to Finish Strong. Fitness, for me, isn’t just about health. It’s about proving things to myself. It’s about saying now that “That [...]
Fear is not my friend. I don’t care what the bookstore’s self-help section says. Fear is a bitch. A mean, driven bitch. I am not a fan of fear. I bought that book. Twice. Feel The Fear and Do It Anyways. Sometimes I do it anyways. But I always feel the fear. Ever-present, always-niggling fear. Fortunately [...]