Current Weight: 106
Goal Weight Loss: 100 (6 lbs)
Personal Goal: To read at least two books a month. Serious reading. I've always been a reader, but lately I've been lax about really digging into a book with depth. The books I plan to read may mostly be various nonfiction (philosophy, anthropology, history..) and I'll be taking notes. Any fiction I read that has no depth will not count as one of the two books. (Btw, I find reading to be a great distractor from hunger..) I may post some thoughts/reviews of the books, although it's doubtful that anyone is interested in my nerdiness.
Biggest Challenges: Staying on track. I tend to loose focus and, as a consequence, start to fall into a tailspin of failure. Or sit on my laurels and think that I'm safe. Also, I'm at a point where it's not easy to lose weight; it's a struggle to get rid of a single pound.
I'll post a pic when I find my camera... Um. Yeah.
Question For Week #1
HOLY SHIT! YOU CAUGHT A LEPRECHAUN!
Instead of gold, he gives you a choice.
You can either:
A) Be forever the weight of your dreams, and never have to worry about gaining a pound.
B) Be the richest person in the world, and your money will never run out
A. I don't believe in getting rich quick. You know all those lottery winners who end up ruining their lives because all they do is buy mansions and Porshes? And all those trust fund babies who are the hugest bro-fag/spoiled-princess dicks? They're like that because they don't know the value of a dollar. And yeah, that sounds like your crotchety old great-grandfather, because our crotchety old great-grandfathers knew something about earning what you own. They didn't have credit cards or even checks like we do today. They didn't try to live beyond their means.
Of course, I suppose A is also a quick-fix option. But, I see it like this: plenty of people are thin without trying just because of genetics, but they still value it. So, yeah. Lol, serious tyme up in this bitch, amorite? lol
(P.S.: I'm kinda Libertarian, but w/o the guns.)