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Update on October Goals

As I look back on the month of October and where I stand with accomplishing the goals I made for myself I realize I am happy with the results.  403 more words

How To Keep Posting On Time, Part I

I’m going to let you all in on a secret. I often have a bit of trouble finding time to post on this blog. Life gets busy, but I’ve said that I’d do two posts a week, and I stick by my word. 279 more words


Quitting Time

Sometimes I just don’t know when to quit.  Maybe I read “The Little Engine That Could”  too many times as a child, or maybe it’s that I can be a teeny bit obsessive when it comes to completing what I’ve started, or maybe I’m just too darned stubborn for my own good.  592 more words

Middle Age

The journey so far

I have failed miserably updating the blog weekly. Life is very busy at the moment and I don’t seem to have time for anything.

Here’s my journey through Slimming World so far. 327 more words

Slimming World

Being SMART During The Last 10 Days

Nabiha started Ramadan with a good kick, zealous to complete her goals and take the steps towards the changes she wanted in her life. She was extremely excited, following her strict regime ‘To a T’. 433 more words


Aggressive Goal Setting

“My goal is to achieve the front splits in one year”

Stop being conservative with your goals.

You allow yourself too much freedom and leeway when setting ‘realistic’ and ‘reasonable’ targets. 140 more words

The Strength Scout

Thoughts on Call-Out Activism

I recently read Roxanne Gay’s Bad Feminist. I liked it, for the most part. I agreed with a lot of what she was saying about mainstream feminism and the tendency to ignore marginalized populations in conversations about feminism. 748 more words