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2/4/2019 8:30 PM

Who's keeping up with there resolutions?
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2/4/2019 8:51 PM

I am, 35? days in and going pretty strong. Did have a cheat day on Super Bowl Sunday and got a pizza.

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-OC
"Feed The Bull"
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2/5/2019 7:02 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/5/2019 7:02 AM

ocscottie wrote:

I am, 35? days in and going pretty strong. Did have a cheat day on Super Bowl Sunday and got a pizza.

Give yourself a weekly cheat meal. gives you something to look forward to and recharge your attitude and motivation about the healthy eating. after a while healthy food actually starts to taste OK and you start feeling guilty about the cheat meals. that's when you know your nutrition is on point... look at me acting all nutritionist and shit........

Good work man!

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2/5/2019 7:09 AM

My new years resolution is kinda different. the last couple years I've done similar challenges. last year I challenged myself to play a different golf course every month. so essentially 12 different course that year. I successfully completed that one. actually 16 different courses.

This year im going with NEW adventure activities. such as hiking trails ive never done, MTB trails/rides ive never done, adventure/dual sports rides ive never done, ski resorts ive never been too, natural rock walls ive never climbed or repelled before, lakes/streams ive never kayaked before........ I think you get the idea....

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2/5/2019 9:16 AM

Diet wise - Iv'e had good results with Keto in the past but am now thinking about trying something more drastic. I'm going to start this Friday and see how I feel Monday (before I go back to work).



I'm not saying this is a good idea, or advising anyone else etc. I just fancy trying it.
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2/5/2019 12:52 PM

mine was to start at a local gym and to slow down on drinking beer on weekdays

i haven't made it to the gym yet but i am down to maybe 2 beers total between Monday and Thursday

so i guess it's a start

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2/5/2019 3:13 PM
Edited Date/Time: 2/5/2019 3:36 PM

Mine was to help my youngest son with a flood house project he bought. In deep!!!shocked

Trying to concentrate on making the 2 car detached garage/apartment a livable space for while he works on the actual house and garage. Replacing all the siding ,windows and doors, central a/c and new electrical service. Will make for a nice workshop when the house is done. Four months now trying to get some dirtwork done on the 2 acre lot but the rain will just not let up enough for equipment to get around. Fun times!

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2/11/2019 8:19 PM

Still focused here...

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2/11/2019 8:29 PM

Busy stripping the house and yard back down to a starting point while working on the detached garage/apartment. Circular drive, fencing numerous trees and old landscaping gone. House and attic are gutted and ceilings all scraped clean. Fingers crossed for some dry weather and some dirt work.

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2/11/2019 8:55 PM

newmann wrote:

Busy stripping the house and yard back down to a starting point while working on the detached garage/apartment. Circular drive, fencing numerous trees and old landscaping gone. House and attic are gutted and ceilings all scraped clean. Fingers crossed for some dry weather and some dirt work.

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Nice! What's property going for in that neighborhood?

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2/12/2019 5:34 AM
Edited Date/Time: 2/12/2019 5:35 AM

Timo_2824 wrote:

Nice! What's property going for in that neighborhood?

This was a gutted flood house that has been vacant. 3289 sq ft (with 2 car garage enclosed), a detached 1350 sq ft 2 car garage/apartment/shop and pool on 1.85 acres of land. Ended up as an auction where we picked it up in the high 70's. Trying to invest as much of our time and sweat equity into it to keep the costs down but there are a lot of areas where it just makes sense to involve contractors and get things done quick and allow us to move to the next phase. I learn a little more with every one of these we do. Prices for most nicer houses in the neighborhood range from 225-350k.

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2/12/2019 12:54 PM

That's some good wire management in the breaker box. Mine looks like a snake nest.

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