Category Archives: Wellness

Wellness Wednesday – Potential Solution!

So last week I was dithering about carpet vs rugs vs no area to run etc etc in our living room. Everything felt way up in the air with a lot of decisions to be made. A lot can happen … Continue reading

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Wellness Wednesday – Upstairs Bounce

Years and years and years ago, I used to do a lot of indoor running. In particular, I used to run around my giant living room while I watched TV or listened to audiobooks. I began this indoor running during … Continue reading

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Wellness Wednesday – Hiding in Plain Sight

When I was a sophomore, a misunderstood incident* caused my parents to send me to a therapist for a short while. I barely remember those sessions, but one thing stands out. My counselor asked me what I enjoyed, what I … Continue reading

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Wellness Wednesday – A New Approach to Running

On Monday, Jason and I went out to our local hiking/walking trails for some exercise. These are the same trails where I learned how to run outdoors back in 2011 and where I ran some of my first unofficial 5ks. … Continue reading

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Wellness Wednesday – Ozempic

**Let me preface the following post by saying that 1) I do not have diabetes, pre-diabetes, or high blood sugar; and 2) I have PCOS, which is a hormonal imbalance that usually includes insulin resistance regardless of blood sugar levels … Continue reading

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Sunday Coffee – Underwater Body Analysis

Have y’all heard of underwater body analysis? Basically, it’s a test where they use water displacement and other measures to determine body fat percentage, lean mass, resting metabolic rate, etc. It’s the “gold standard” of body composition analysis, second only … Continue reading

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WW: The F*ck It Diet, by Caroline Dooner (audio)

Subtitled: Eating Should Be Easy First, let me say that this is not a diet book despite the title. This is a book about the way diets affect metabolism and body set point ranges and mental health, coupled with reasons … Continue reading

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