It’s been a good week. P90X3 has been hard. My body has felt beat up. But I made it through to the other side. There’s no doubt I’m getting stronger. 30 minutes, yeah, I can handle that. It’s the 2-a-days that have been pushing me to the edge. I haven’t given up my other training schedules. So I’m still doing circuits, yoga and TRX. And a crap ton of walking some days. 80 some odd days left!
I’ve always been pretty much an open book. I’m trying to be more transparent when it comes to health, weight loss, fitness and how I’m feeling about myself. I’m trying to be more true to my boundaries when it comes to my relationships, things that don’t have much to do with me and my family. But, I’ll take on this Taboo Topics list!
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1. Are you a registered voter? Yes, have been since I was 18.
2. Do you believe in GOD? I do. Listen, I’m not going to pull that “I’m not religious, I’m spiritual” bullshit. I don’t go to church, and I’m okay with that. I live my life in accordance to my values, and that includes how I feel about God. I’m not quite agnostic, but I don’t think we really know what the plan is. If that makes sense.
3. How has your readership changed since you first began blogging? I have some readers, not a ton. But I do get giddy when I read comments from new people.
4. If you could choose between a serious relationship or $100,000, which would you choose? My relationship with my husband is the most precious thing. It has no price.
5. Have you ever changed political parties? Twice. I was a registered Republican as soon as I could vote. My own views became more left centric. But, I’m from Maine, and our Republicans would make awesome Democrats anywhere else. I switched to Independent when I moved to Georgia. And now that I live in California, I’m an official Democrat. I vote bipartisan. The best person for the job gets my vote. I put a lot of emphasis on social issues when it comes to who I vote for.
6. If you were put in a position in which you had to be in a room with someone that you can’t stand, how would you handle the situation? I always act professionally. I think poise, I think grace, I treat people how I would like to be treated.
7. Do you ever eat in secret because you don’t want anyone to see what you consume? I did, and I still do sometimes. I try not to, but it is something that happens sometime. It’s not great, I know that. I know that I certainly still have issues I’m dealing with. But, hey, honesty, right?
8. Do you use curse words in your daily conversations? I do. I try not to when I’m around people I don’t know well. I REALLY try to watch my language around kids and strangers. But my vocabulary is often “colorful”.
9. How much do you tip when you’ve had decent service at a restaurant? Usually 20%, unless the ticket is really small, and then a $5 minimum.
10. How do you respond when someone confronts you? I hold my own. I don’t get super defensive and confrontational in return. I’m a bit hotheaded, so I try and calm myself. But I don’t let anyone walk on me, and I’d walk away if I had to.