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Title says it all. It's a great goal, and one I need to work on. I can't get over how like the teacher, I seek balance. How like the warrior, I need to learn to relax. And like the "chi" runner I want to be, I need to gather to my center.
I have scaled back on some of my goals, due to having too many of them! I am just tempting to pick diamonds off my list and make menu plans. The "Master Cookbook" software is great! I just type up my ideas, and it organizes it all for me.
green beans and turkey bacon
green olives with cottage cheese
grilled turkey cutlets with escarole
I am using a very small amount of meat in both meals. Other ingredients would include: flax seed, pecans, cinammon, bannana (for the O's), lingonberry spread, onions, diced garlic, farmer cheese, olive oil, lemon, sage, sea salt, tumeric, lime juice, and garlic powder.
I do not have time to type up HOW to cook these things, but luckily I don't need to type it all out. It's in my head. So I will print out meal plans, and my software generates shopping list for me. My Master Cookbook becomes a master menu planner really.
Meanhwhile, I really look forward to my run this morning. If you follow the "Chi" principles correctly, one actually feels more energized after you are done running. It's my time to clean out the clutter. My meditation time, so to speak.
I hope all of you can find your Chi as well!
I've entered my diamond soup that I'll be starting in a few moments, on the diamond weekly thread on the Genotype section --14 points, and ready for constant use for many days.
I'm very excited about the concept of diamond shopping and at last am getting a handle on small levels of weight loss.
I have lots more energy these days but still occasionally find that I need a day out to recover where I virtually go to bed for the day and catch up on my reading.That's my version of relaxation.
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