Tina’s got a great story — she recently quit smoking after smoking a pack a day for 15 years and February marked 6 months since her last cigarette. She had plenty of excuses to keep smoking, but she turned them around into reasons to quit. Which is why I’m glad to send her my copy of “The Power of Habit.”
At $45 for a 5K, it’s not a cheap race, but I hear they are a lot of fun. And judging by the response on Facebook as of this afternoon, so do a lot of Mainers.
Months! I can describe it in months now! My friends told me that this would feel like it went by in a flash, but after four months … I feel like I’ve been pregnant forever.
Even though I’m eating more healthfully than I ever in my life and haven’t had a drop of alcohol or caffeine in two and a half months, I wake up every day feeling like last night was a shots-at-the-bar-until-closing-time-then-afterparty-at-Ryan’s-house-til-4 kind of night. I’m tired. I’m cranky. And my stomach recoils with the message “why didn’t […]
I am terrible at keeping secrets. Thankfully, I don’t have to keep this one any longer. You can practically pin-point the day I got pregnant — it was like, the day I stopped blogging. While, biologically speaking, there weren’t any symptoms affecting me then (the start of your pregnancy actually includes two weeks before conception)… […]