I definitely need to actually make and follow a schedule. I have way too many directions things I’m doing. I love and believe in them all, but things like my blogging get pushed aside way too quick.
Well, this post will update a few things. I have submitted my provisional patent and registered my corporation. My next step on the thigh guard front is the tags, bags and labels. I have some testers lined up. While testing is happening, I will work on creating a couple hundred of them for sales.
On the walking front, I’m now fairly easily covering over 4 miles in round trips now. I don’t know how much further I will push that on walking. Maybe 6 total, one of these days.
I did lose some inches last month, even if the scale didn’t cooperate to reflect it.
Now on to my other goals. I plan to start seeds tomorrow or Monday. I also have chicks scheduled to arrive in just after Easter. So, my guy and I have to finish securing the chicken run so foxes can’t dig in any longer. ( That’s what killed all of them last year.) We also will be making a trip to Jacob’s Cave April 1st. Hoping there will be way more animals in spring then there was in fall of 2000.
So, have I used my Vitamix? Yep! I love it! So far just made soup. It’s awesome. Going to do a smoothie this morning. I plan to upload recipes as I and my guy taste approve them here and on Instagram.
Any who, I have to get started now. Enjoy your day!
Sorry I’ve been mia for over a month. I had a nasty cold for a couple weeks and then we had a ton of snow and I just wasn’t motivated.
I got that motivation back with a vengeance a week or so ago and now am at 273.8lbs.
I am highly unlikely at this point to win the mini challenge I was on, but am still ( barely) ahead on the main challenge. I want to do another 3 month challenge. Still choosing between a group or solo.
I did get my refund for the May Challenge since I was still steady losing so I can pay ahead.
I also decided to take a big leap and investment. I shall have it delivered tomorrow. What you ask? Well….
Yep I just paid a fortune for a blender.
Well, I was looking into replacing my little bullet type I had as it was just so-so and I’d never really gone deeper into blenders.
I grew up with a blender just being something we made milkshakes with occasionally and the cheap-o we had worked fine.
Why did I choose this pricey thing? Well, It’s a great blender, made in the USA and has a 10 year warranty. It also has been around like a century and is still controlled by the same family. All the reviews (like over 95% ) are positive.
So, this purchase may, very well, be what causes the recipes area to grow after all this time.
Anywho, will post tomorrow or Wednesday with more updates and info.