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September Saturday

Saturday, September 16, 2017

118 days of riding my bike every morning. This is particularly awesome because I was traveling earlier this week and had to get it together to ride the bike at the hotel's fitness center. I've missed doing yoga twice; once because I totally forgot the first day in Portland and then last night because I felt awful and was asleep before 10 pm.

I am going to stop taking turmeric and Boswellia. They are supposed to help with inflammation but I am not noticing a difference. They were worth trying though.

I have narrowed down my goals and am working on improving my writing skills. I am learning about story structure and some other aspects of what makes a good story. Next year will be my PHR certification. If I don't go after my pilot's license next year, then I'll do it the year after. It is going to be fun!
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  • RKOTTEK
    thanks for the feedback re: Boswellia and tumeric
    Cant say they made a difference for me either
    Cheers
    757 days ago
  • BJAEGER307
    Great job on your streak of biking every morning and even while traveling. You didn't see any difference with Turmeric? I was going to start incorporating it into my daily diet for inflammation. I will give it a try. Do you think it was making you sick?
    757 days ago

    Comment edited on: 9/16/2017 8:21:30 PM
  • VISUALLYRICS
    Congratulations on sticking with your fitness plan even while traveling!
    757 days ago
  • CHELZANNE
    I love your enthusiasm for life! I realized, reading your blog, that part of the reason I've been so upset about my recent knee surgery is because I'm so used to going for things, setting goals, living my life. Now I'm almost immovable and hate it. Thanks for sharing and go for it! emoticon

    Chelsea
    757 days ago
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