Episode 21 – The Good, The Bad, and The Exhausted

by The Shrinking Man on May 11, 2011 · 2 comments

in Check In

Getting back onto plan this week. Not the easiest of starts, but more success than bumps in the road. This is a very busy time heading down the road to Balticon 45, but I’m still managing to keep afloat. Looking forward to seeing you there!

This week’s promo is for J. Daniel Sawyer’s Free Will and Other Compulsions, part of his Antithesis Progression series of novels.

Enjoy the show. See you next week!

Show notes included below.

Show Notes:

  • Welcome!
  • Off to the scales…
  • Promo – Free Will and Other Compulsions
  • Weigh in
  • Week in review
    • Back to exercise!
    • Medical issues.
    • Back on plan!
    • Preparing for Balticon!
    • Found on Goodreads.
    • Lessons learned. It is so easy to think about lazing about, but it feels so very good to get out and get moving.
    • Moving forward. There is never enough time.
  • Feedback!
  • Sign off
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    • Voice mail at (240) 745-5022
    • Join the Fans of the Shrinking Man Project on Facebook
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    • Tell your friends about the podcast.
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    • Have a good week! Keep losing that weight.
  • End credits

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The Lighter Mom May 23, 2011 at 2:05 PM

Good to hear that you are enjoying your walks. What App are you using? I see on FB that we can cheer you on and that really sparked my interest.

The hospital saga sounded like it was a really stressful! I’m keeping everything crossed that you don’t have to have any further surgery too.


The Shrinking Man May 25, 2011 at 1:45 PM

Right now I’m tracking my runs using Nike+ GPS on my iPhone. I wrote a review of the program over on The Nifty Tech Blog. I like it because I can get both time and distance voice overs to clue me in on how far I’ve gotten, or got to go, without breaking my stride to look. The cheers don’t always work, but it is kind of fun when you’re going along and suddenly you hear the cheering.

So far, the doctor wants me to get a more detailed scan, so there is no surgery in my immediate future.



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