I’m thinking it’s time to break out the big gun: Vitamix.
I don’t know of a simpler way to get adequate nutrition and stay on top of ingredients than to toss real food in the blender/food processor/juicer/ (miracle machine) and start cooking.
I love my Vitamix, but I’ve used it only a few times over the past two weeks. That really ought to change.
As poorly as I’ve stuck with my plan, the results are evident. I’ve more energy and hope today than I’ve felt in a long, long time.
No turning back. No quitting. This time, I’m staying with the program.
This IS my Roadturn Reboot.
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Reboot Logbook Day #13
The distractions kept pouring in today. I got off to a good start, but soon discovered the car had picked up a nail and the tire was going flat.
Given the drive to the tire dealer, waiting for the repair, and running a few errands, a big chunk (four hours plus) of my day was devoured. That meant no walk and very little learning.
Oh well. Tomorrow is another day, should I be graced to see it.
Here’s the tally:
Body – 2: I kept my calories under the goal and used some of the waiting time to explore Whole Foods and Costco. It could have been better, but it could have definitely been worse.
Mind – 3: I used the Kindle app on my phone to read a little while waiting on the tire. In the evening, I attended a meeting where personal growth was the topic. A pretty good day, but plenty of room for growth.
Spirit – 3: I got the day off with The DEEP and took a little time here and there to pray. Very little meditation. Plenty of improvement potential here.
Info on the scoring system I’m using and what this reboot is all about may be found here: DAY #1.
To get going with your own Roadturn Reboot, start by listening to this mp3 training: The DEEP.