During my time as an internet moderator for a weight loss support group, I've learned a lot about fad diets. Before joining the group, I had absolutely no clue what intermittent fasting was or how ketosis actually worked. The group I moderate has nearly 10,000 members from around the globe. It's a great group. But … Continue reading Fad diets to avoid at all costs
It's, I don't even know what day it is anymore - Wednesday, maybe? I didn't get to bed until about four in the morning and then woke up for no reason thirty minutes ago. It's now almost eight am. Four hours of sleep is definitely not enough. But my condo is so hot right now … Continue reading Thoughts that keep me up at night time
Here we are at Monday again. It's another gloomy and rainy day out there. My condo was so cold this morning I had to turn the heat back on. It was plus 26C in here on Friday night and now I need a sweater. Only in Alberta. I don't mind the cooler weather. I just … Continue reading Rainy days and Mondays
So, this morning, I had to go for the COVID-19 test. I was feeling pretty good, albeit tired as I was getting ready for the long drive to Mill Woods. A neighbourhood that I'm very familiar with as I used to live there. My ever faithful friend Wally drove me there. Yes, I had my … Continue reading Sunday Adventures: COVID testing, and I got stuck in my recliner.
Yes. I'm bored of being at home like most people. Yes. I miss my family. Yes. I miss seeing my friends on Sunday mornings over coffee and music. And yes. I miss my dad who I wish I could give a hug more than anything in this in world. I have friends who are trying … Continue reading COVID venting – on social gatherings
When I sat down to write this post, I didn't think it would be so long. But it's well over my 2,000 word limit. It's almost a short book. To think it started off as a "cooking tip" post and then blossomed from there. It's a long read - but look. There's pictures. This is … Continue reading My Life: A story of weight loss struggles and depression.