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Eat BTD...Healthy Body... Happier Soul 'Gatherer' Kyosha Nim
Location: Kirkland Lake, Northern Ontario, Canada
Well-finally did all of the measuring on the weekend with hubby. Was between the hunter and the gatherer. Mikeo helped me out and I am the Gatherer. Was hoping for the hunter...just because I love the beef and broccoli as I feel soooo good on it. I will still keep up on it even though it is a neutral. And...like Edna...just happy not to be an Explorer.
Isa, Kristin, Cocky, Alek...imagine...fried feta cheese (after a few months) with red peppers. Looking forward to spring. Maybe May 5th as a Greek (Samos) celebration. Yummilicious. Greek banana/egg breakfast special...gone for now.
"Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves." C.G. Jung"
CBP (Certified BodyTalk Practitioner) Mindscape (remote/distant healing) Traditional Chinese Medicine Accunect Practitioner...in training to teach Self-Care
As if I needed Dr. D's help in determining that I would be a Teacher! It is a profession I've been pursuing and avoiding for 20 years just because I was told I'd be good at it. lol.
The "Can become excessively detail-oriented" gene is really driving me nuts right now. Contradictions irritate and I'm struggling to accommodate what I think I knew about what is good for an AB to the new information in the GTD.
I'm happy to be a teacher. At first I thought I was a warrior and was kind of bummed (What no red meat?!)but then realized I'd inverted my leg measurements and now it's teacher no question. I can see the wisdom of Dr. D telling us to have a friend help with the measurements. Even tho I'm a nurse, patient teaching was always what I loved to do most.