Does that mean that I’m parking off on the couch with a smorgasbord of my (past) favorite snacks and dreaming of dinner during lunch again? Hell no. I’m still eating like an athlete. I’m moving more than ever.
It’s all about where I’m directing my precious energy.
One of the reasons I really love 811RV is that I don't have to cook. Honestly, I spend about 30 minutes a day in the kitchen these days and I'm not complaining.
One of my favorite pastimes is writing my blog - Ordinary Abundance. A lot of my readers are very fascinated with the 811RV lifestyle and I've done various posts about it, even listing what I ate in a day, etc.
Now one of my readers has asked me to do a post…Continue
It’s amazing what reactions one gets from the people in your life when you “leave the tribe” and go against the culture. Someone I know, whose opinion I usually value, was quite perturbed recently when she heard that I’m eating a near-fruitarian diet. She said, “I don’t think that’s wise. Essie Honiball did that and she died!”
Well, not only is Essie Honiball not dead, but after being a fruitarian for…Continue
What a month it’s been!
A month ago I could not walk around the block with my dog. My hands and feet were painfully swollen, my legs ached and I still crashed frequently due to severe adrenal exhaustion.
But I had a plan.
Four weeks ago yesterday (Sunday), Craig and I went out for our last animal product meal. I’m quite amused to have to tell you that I honestly can’t remember what it was that we had or where we went. It could have been sushi, lamb or…Continue