Yesterday my throat started hurting. It got worse and worse until by around 8:00PM I didn't want to speak more loudly than I whisper. I can't afford to fully get sick and miss out on work, so I decided to sleep more and not out additional strain on my body from working out.
I felt sore from yesterday, even while working out. That made things a little harder, but I'm ok with that.
Slept better last night. I ate well yesterday and today I got up and out nice and early for my workout. I'm feeling good.
This is a disaster. I don't know exactly what happened, but I only slept of 2.5-3 hours last night! I almost forced myself to workout, but I thought about it and decided against it. I think that would have been a foolish move.
The experiment tracking my health and fitness has begun. I hope this journey will be something I look back on with pride.
On vacation I ate whatever I wanted and didn't exercise once. We went on some walks and did some very mild hiking. It was lovely. I took some time to think about my health and fitness and I decided to make an exercise schedule for myself.
I have thought a lot about how to proceed with this blog. This is official, public facing author site.
Babywearing can be a great addition to your family. Mom or dad can do it. It frees them up to use their hands, while baby is happy to be close. Baby can even breastfeed while being worn.
Depending on their temperament one baby can be a handful. For the mother looking to breastfeed, what a daunting challenge twins might seem.
One of my favorite features about how breastfeeding is practiced (practically perfected) in my family is that it profoundly impacts so many areas of our life and dovetails neatly with so many of the other choices we have made.
The family bed has its pluses and minuses. The kids unequivocally love it. It's a hassle for the adults sometimes, but overall it makes life better.