Beaming with joy
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Today I have a very jovial attitude towards the world. This is rather normal for coming out of "dead-line" zone with my business edition. I build stress and anxiety as long as I don´t know if I will make it one more time... and then as we start editing and I get a hold on the pages and realise that yes! I will have enough... anxiety lifts and the relief is sooo good.
I also know that the anxiety depends on the one big article I have to write every time – a personal interview with an interesting business person. It is always inspiring and interesting to do those interviews but then writing the article...I think I worry that I will not write good enough, that I will not do those people justice – I mostly think that the text comes out a little flat and gloomy compared to the real person.
I am also a little nervous that my weight-loss does not sum up with the caloricount I make - I have lost about half a kilo every week (which is great!) but my calorie deficit tells me I am eating about 7000 cal less a week which should mean a loss of one kilo in average... and I know my body is not a computer but during all my dieting years I have been a schoolbook example with this – over time I have lost as much as my calorie count has told me that I ought to. So either I am not tracking correctly or there is something going on in my body that I do not know of...as a cancer survivor I get a little nervous when facts do not agree. I will keep an eye on this...
Dawn is breaking, still not enough to see what the weather will be like but I am hoping for the best!
Oh – what did I learn yesterday? I learned from a TED talk why we should not use bike helmets... sweden is BIG on all sorts of safety equipment but according to this speech it would be more logical to wear a walking helmet as the danger of hurting the head is bigger when walking than when biking...interesting and once again assuring me that reality does not matter – it is what we think about reality that rules.