I guess I'll start with the geek. What? Embracing my geek instead of hiding it relaxes me. Relaxation is good for the cardiovascular system. Not to mention the mind and spirit. I can't believe Doctor Who is over until November! And it ended on the weekend after the kids gave me this.
Yes! Whovian for life! Tom Baker was my first Doctor. Who was yours? I feel the sadness/excitement about Supernatural, too. I love the Winchesters and still mourn Bobby.
On the home front, the dogs and kids are giving me this look a lot lately.
I'm not sure what I'm doing or not doing that warrants the 'you crazy,' face.
I'm eating a lot of this for breakfast with fruit and extra walnuts.
Vegan, gluten-free goodness makes me happy.
On the health front,well, things are what they are. I will be moving slower for longer than anticipated,but as long as I get back to me, I'm happy. Until then, pain, stiffness, and physical therapy are mainstays. And the drugs, oy. Caffeine is out because the mix of it and my meds are dangerous for me. No one likes stroke level blood pressure. And sodium consumption has to come down even more.
But that's ok. I'm pulling out Eat to Live, my Happy Herbivore cookbook collection, The Get Healthy, Go Vegan Cookbook, Appetite for Reduction, Crazy, Sexy Diet, and The 21 Day Weight Loss Kickstart books for inspiration. And cooking more from the heart.
Oh, and did I mention that the physician's assistant said I should go for nutritional and alternative therapies in addition to the traditional ones? I could have hugged her.
When I work, I stand every 30 minutes so I can stretch a bit. PT schedule is three days a week in addition to work at home. Yoga, Pilates, Tai Cheng, and walking primarily with light resistance. And the handy dandy foam roller is on hand at all times, too. why did I wait so long to get you?
Until next time, do what you need to do to improve your health. Small steps are better than standing still.
**Disclosure: The book links are affiliate links. TheTai Cheng link goes to my Team Beachbody shop.