If there is one thing for sure, it has been a while since I posted anything. Life has continued to be a bear to the point it has inflicted damage on my participation in NaNoWriMo and all my other projects. So why am I writing? I’m writing because I need to and I wanted to share with you. That’s what a blog is for.
Health and exercise have been a major focus of mine because it is one of the few things that is keeping my stress in check and keeping me from losing it. Not only that, I’ve now got a desk job, so the old days of burning of them calories while working in a warehouse are long gone.
I think it was a post ago about an exercise website that I learned about and found another great exercise regimen that I am hoping will take care of the weight that I have gained from sitting at a computer and staring at it. It’s called “7 Day Weight Loss Challenge, Lose 10 pound in 1 Week”
Here’s the video:
The best part about it is that it can be done from one point in the house without having to go out in the cold and run (it’s getting closer to winter here and running in the cold is not fun).
It reminds me of a lot of the exercises that I did in the military when we alternated our running day. Getting a hold of this video brought back a lot of nostalgia and saved me from having to dig through my records and finding the steps. The nice thing is that I won’t have to do squats in the middle of the pouring rain!
Go ahead and give it a try, I found it very challenging and you can always add it to your regimen you already have something else you do. Do you have a specific exercise that works well for you? Why not tell me in the comments below!
There. I said it. Words that, once spoke, make me exhausted and sick feeling. I feel like every ounce of creativity has been drained and then some. It had gotten so rough that I couldn’t even bring myself to look at the next story and even begin typing. This blog is a struggle to get done.
Authors, you may have experienced this but nothing flares my irritation than someone who says “Oh, a writer? It’s pretty easy, I just don’t have time to do it.” or it’s variations. Am I about to rant? More than likely.
I find it very interesting how many people truly don’t understand what writers and authors do. I have the opportunity of doing both, a freelance writer who writes blog posts, listicles, and articles for companies and an author who writes stories and novellas. They are two totally separate jobs and they still make me sweat blood and tears.
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