Isla de Angela ~ gaining inner peace, losing extra weight

I have a blog – now what?

Posted on: September 3, 2008

My first post… is that panic I feel? 

Not sure why… no one knows I have a blog… and if someone stumbles upon it they won’t know who I am… Most of the time I’M NOT SURE who I am (but that thought is not in the spirit of this blog, Angie). 

That’s a good place to start:  “The Spirit of this Blog” is described above under “Hi, I’m Angie”  The one thing I omitted to mention in that description was that I am a digital scrapbooker.  I find great joy in taking pictures, capturing the moment, and ‘playing’ with them inside of Photoshop (currently version Elements 4.0).  I’ll also be using this blog to share my digital creations. 

Okay, I think I’ll end this post with a hysterical joke (yes, that was foreshadowing of an upcoming CORNY, rather than hysterical, joke)…

What do you call an overweight E.T.? 

Ready? (insert Jeopardy music here… Do, do, Do, do, Do, do, Dooooooo, *DUNT*, d-dunt, dunt, dunt, dunt, DUUNT)

An extra cholesterol!

Aren’t you glad you stopped by? 🙂  Angie

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They say that muscle is heavier "by volume" than fat is, which means 5 lbs. of muscle takes up less space than 5 lbs. of fat within a body. I'm a believer. This totally explains how your clothes begin to fit better even though the numbers on the scale aren' t moving very fast.



This is GROSS. I know. But I'd rather see the fat HERE than on my body...


Each time we “resist” an urge to fall off plan or not exercise we strengthen our “resistance muscle” and each time we “give in” to temptation we strengthen our “give in muscle” making it easier to either "resist" or "give in" next time.


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