Monthly Archives: November 2012

November 7th & 8th: Traveling at the Speed of Life

Election night was a long one… a good one.  I still feel like I’m playing catch up, even though I slept for a good chunk of time last night. Wednesdays are a challenge for me in several ways, and yesterday … Continue reading

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November 6th: Election Day

Tonight, I’m surrounded by friends, wing, pizza, alcohol, and opinions.  My first election, Aimee and I stayed up all night to see what happened with the Bush/Gore situation… and that suspense has informed the way we see elections.  In many … Continue reading

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November 5th: Sit Back and Let it Be

Unexpected trip to go see family in another state means another day that I left the house at 6AM and was out until past 10PM.  I really dislike days that I don’t have much downtime- where it is go, go, … Continue reading

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November 4th: Celebrating our Primary Foods

A short entry tonight- it’s been a long day.  But I wanted to reflect on a  few observations I had this weekend about things that feed me other than food.  The wonderful nutritionist Renee Hastings, who does the nutrition component … Continue reading

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November 3rd: Getting Up on the Right Side of the Bed

Movement:  I woke up this morning at 8:20AM and thought, oy, if I want to make it to yoga at 9AM I have to be up… now.  It would have been really easy to roll over and figure out something … Continue reading

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November 2nd: Errands and Exercise, and Potluck Planning

Movement:  I’m 2 for 2!  Last night once I finished blogging and talked to Aimee about what she wanted to so for the evening- Thursdays are the night where Ian watches Connor so Aimee and I can have some adult … Continue reading

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November 1st: The Siren Call of Chocolate

Today was a pretty typical day for me at work, and by typical I mean that there were about 5 minutes in which I could catch my breath.  Trying to make decisions about what would be healthy to consume when … Continue reading

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