4-6 months? Ain’t nobody got time for that.
As part of my fitness goals, I have a few points that need to be met if I’m going to actually achieve these sorts of results:
1.) Change my diet routines
2.) Be more active
3.) Be more motivated
Not so easy, but certainly do-able. The program I’ve decided to embrase for this process is DDP Yoga. It’s a low-impact workout system which helps you lose weight and get into better shape. Exactly what I want, right? The workout also comes with a food plan to help clean up my diet and eat the right kinds of foods.
So today marks the first stop on my rocket’s trip as I venture off to Boston, MA. I know, I know. It isn’t exactly a huge step, but it’s not only affordable, but I’ll be spending the day with a friend whom I’ve not seen in many, many years.
I’d like to preface this first with an apology to Anne Stickney for typing too fast and mispeling her name. Then I want to apologize to @tartdarling for potentially making her choke on her morning cup of coffee as this is a health hazard in the workplace.
And so I present… “An Ode to Fabulor”. I’m really glad I didn’t use that line about making the guys go Fapulor….
So, the stages begin. There’s been a lot of planning, a lot of talking, and a lot of changed ideas as I put this first round of Destinations together. But before I get into that, let’s play a little catchup.
House has a tiny nose above his big nose.
HOUSE HAS A TINY NOSE ABOVE HIS BIG NOSE
I just wanted to write somethin’ real fast to all of the folks I follow and to the folks who may follow me on here.
I know a lot of you are having really rough times right about now, for one reason or another. I can sympathize with many of you and empathize with some, too.
Over the past several years, life has been a brutal kick in the ass on a daily basis for my wife and I. A few things have begun to turn around and it feels like, maybe (just maybe) there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
I guess why I wanted to write this is, despite how trite it can sound… Things can get better. I don’t want to say it WILL get better, because I’m not The Doctor and I can’t jump through time. But I can say that as painful as it gets, try not to give up and keep doing what you’re doing.
Hopefully, you too will get that light at the end of the tunnel.