10 December 2010

thinking and re-thinking

I'm thinking something needs to change.
I look in the mirror and think, I'm 55 (well almost) and I've got zits - wtf?
I drink 3 to 4 large mugs of black tea most every day.
My vegetable intake is less than ideal.
I try to remember to drink more water, but even when I've got a quart jar on my desk it tends to just sit there.
I get up in the morning, wash my face, make tea, eat a little something - lately a banana and some toasted almonds, sit down with tea at the 'puter, spend way more time than I planned reading email and surfing blogs.
I look at the yoga DVD sitting next to the tv and think, "I'd probably feel better if I'd do that."
As I sit down to the computer, I think, "my time would probably be better spent meditating for a bit."

So I've been looking at the Urban Zen site and reading a bunch of really excellent posts at WhiteHotTruth which lead me to this book and was immediately smitten with this blog and I'm thinking, "enough already!" 
If not now, when?

excuse me for a bit, I'm re-thinking a few things .........

blessings - kvk


  1. i am going to

    1. shoot the laptop

    2. put on music (like your drum video)
    and dance breathe

    3. run away join womens volleyball team lol

    craving summer already.

    like the way he thinks here--


  2. Hmmm, I'm thinking you need to seriously get some products that also cleanse your facial skin better! That transition from summer to winter clogs pores! Don't know your skin type but mine ... well... I love the Chanel cleansing products(I'm 57). I have been using them for years.
    Good luck, get some good exfoliating going and DRINK MORE!!
    It is good for you! Tea like coffee can dehydrate you... Fruit and veggies are good for you...
    Take care,

  3. m - not too drastic now! dancing, yes! volleyball, not so sure. Thanks for the coaching link - now on my bookmarks. At least it's going to warm up for my b'day so's I don't have to tootle around on icy roads.

    Wendy - thanks for the recommendations! I've got super oily skin! Gotta admit, always been a soap and washcloth kind of girl. I did buy some nicer moisturizer a few months back. Not sure why, but I've never been one for 'products'. I think water is the big culprit or the lack thereof. I'm thinking improving what goes inside should have a significant effect on what shows up on the outside - seems right anyway. Thanks again!

    blessings - k


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