I’m not much of an outdoors person.
At work today, I got one of the worst things a dieter can get: BORED.
The above link also includes a link to the actual study.
It was the summer of 2005. I’d just graduated college and spent a fair amount of time in Austin with a good friend from Texas Tech who had an internship in Waco. She’d drive down from Waco, I’d drive in from Marble Falls, and we’d go out on the town. We were a couple of Texas Tech Red Raiders lost in the sea of UT-Austin’s burnt orange revelry.
Five years ago today, I was having a pretty good day. Jason and I had just moved into a big house in North Austin with a good friend of mine from work, the day was beautiful – not too hot – and I’d gotten out of work early. Continue Reading »
Editor’s note: I’ve never been pregnant, so I am unable to write about post-baby weight with any authority. A friend from high school was generous enough to write a blog post on this topic for me. She has three babies and lives in the Syracuse, NY area. Enjoy her wonderful post about battling the baby weight! – ATH
I don’t do very well with ex-boyfriends. In the words of Miranda in Sex and the City, “We didn’t work out, you need to not exist.”
Lately, I’ve pursued the frightening task of figuring out my BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) and what it means to my daily calorie burn and calorie intake. With the help of a friend who is a nutrition major graduate and bariatric nurse in training, I think I’ve figured it out. So, here goes.
I’m working on a substantial post that involves quite a bit of math, so while I’m putting that together, here’s a little fluff post about a topic that’s much on my mind because, well, I’m confronted with it often.
The gym is a hot mess, literally and figuratively. Continue Reading »