2011 is coming to an end, and with it I can't help but feel regret to see it go, I love the future and look forward to every minute of it… but as with any ending there's a moment of reflection.
Things I love about 2011:
- Safe Children
- Raw Vegan Shake Diet
- Bodybuilding (Working out)
Things I'm glad to see go from 2011:
What about your list from 2011?
I started the Raw Vegan Shake diet, and it's helped me feel unstoppable on so many levels. The second tier of immortality is fitness, previously I've spent hours in a gym, but I'm honestly too busy to spend hours in a gym without feeling like I'm robbing precious time from my children. With that in mind I have embarked on a quest, one that is to help me find one of the most efficient whole body strength and bodybuilding workouts.
As someone who does work out a lot (a LOT), I feel relatively qualified to approach this new workout style for me. I've dabbled before in Kettlebells with my personal trainer. Now it's something that I can approach as a six day a week routine.
To start this out I'll need a few things:
1. The Equipment:
2. The Guide:
And I'll report every week on how it goes.
The children were laughing, nothing feels quite as good as a full stomach, and a full stomach from food that the Father should know better than to feed them. This is usually the time that someone in the restaurant will approach and compliment me on how well behaved the children are.
It's almost expected now, and I've gotten better at taking the compliments over time. This older gentlemen with his wife who was had been touched by time approached and the man beamed a smile to me and the children and said "You sure have your hands full!." This is expected also, I've heard it before, and I know how to smile and make a quip about how busy they keep me. What I didn't expect was this older gentleman's opinion of that.
"You know." Shared he "It's only a moment and it's gone." He continued as if I couldn't understand. "I had four too, but that was so long ago that how busy we were isn't even a memory anymore."
Which has left me in a state of thought about what the perspective will be in another forty years.