Alright, I am about halfway through my 30 Day Yoga Challenge and I decided to check in and let y’all know how I’m doing…
I missed a day…blargh! It was a Saturday. The day went by and before I knew it I was crawling into bed, dozing off and jolting awake when I realized I’d neglected my yoga! Part of me feels terrible, but I do realize I want to create a lasting habit out of this challenge and some days will be missed. I didn’t use it as an excuse to give up and I won’t give up!
Hello hello! I am still inundated with extra games from my penchant for Humble Bundles, and I have decided to give one away each month for the rest of the year, and perhaps beyond.
For the month of July, I am giving away a Steam code for else Heart.Break().
What to do, between July 15th and July 31st, 2016.
- Like this blog!
- Must be following me (see the email sign up to the right).
- Must have a Steam account.
On July 31st, 2016 I will announce the winner of else Heart.Break().
To redeem your prize, you must be willing to supply your name and email to the Humble Bundle website (They will only send you emails if you want them).
Good luck, and may the odds be ever in your favor!
Growing up, I remember when fast food was a treat we were bought every other week or so and I remember when I wasn’t allowed to drink any soda with caffeine in it, not to mention energy drinks. If I was allowed soda at all, it had to be something caffeine free.
As I grew up I was given more allowances and I was allowed to start making my own decisions. I was introduced to caffeinated soda and still maintained a healthy distance.
As an adult I’ve started an office job that is relatively stressful, but not painfully so. I started buying caffeinated sodas and eventually graduated to energy drinks to “treat” or “reward” myself during the work day, but it’s become too frequent. I can feel the negative effects of the sugar and caffeine in these drinks on my mind and body, but I still crave them anyway! As we plan on starting a family I think it’s time to find some healthier “treat” or “reward” options and get back to my healthier habits. As of last Friday, I’ve stopped drinking sodas and energy drinks. It’s definitely rough while my body is figuring out how to cope without all the sugar and caffeine, but it’ll pass!