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  1. 2014 Columbus SN

    by , 06-24-2014 at 05:16 PM
    I woke up too early and was not hungry, so I ate a tiny yogurt and had my coffee. That, as it turned out, was a bad idea. But I wasn't hungry. And as my coach pointed out, I probably, because it's summer and I'm trying once again to eat healthy, was thinking, "Oh, good, I'm not hungry so I won't eat. Look how virtuous I can be." Yes. Bad idea. Will not do that again.

    Close of check-in was 8:00. I warmed up a little bit. As usual when adrenaline hits, I became grumpy, sick to ...

    Updated 06-24-2014 at 05:45 PM by Peach

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  2. Meetup in Columbus?

    by , 06-23-2014 at 03:14 PM
    Any of the blogger crowd interested in meeting up for dinner Tuesday in German Village?
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  3. Things NOT to do before a competition

    by , 06-21-2014 at 07:21 PM
    1. Do NOT read the book, CHOKE right before a competition. It's an excellent book but one should read CLUTCH before a competition. Reading CHOKE (at least for me) leads to choking on the strip. I think it inserts self-doubt. YMMV.
    2. Do NOT try new earrings under the mask for a competition. Especially if you are traveling. Extra especially if they have sentimental value and/or were expensive.
    3. Do NOT enter any local fitness competitions. Regardless of how many times you ...
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  4. Adhd

    by , 06-14-2014 at 11:00 AM
    All three of the grandkids have been diagnosed ADD and my son had testing as an adult that confirmed ADD. My husband claims he could save me time and money by simply telling me I'm ADHD because he's known this for decades. I can't sit still. I never do just one thing at a time. Back in the days when I would watch TV with him, I usually had my knitting and a book with me while watching whatever was on the screen at the time. Still, I'm contemplating finding a practice somewhere that could both ...
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  5. Sign of progress

    by , 06-13-2014 at 01:05 PM
    I don't quite remember how long I've been working out on the balance board. It's automatic now, and I am very comfortable using it. That seems improbable, considering how old I was when I started working on it, and how very difficult it was for how long. I really don't pay much attention any more when I work on it, and often chat with abouttothunder while we're doing it at the same time. I frequently lose my rhythm or balance slightly and have to tap the end of the board down to the ground and ...
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