After 2 cervical surgeries and a few years of worrying, I finally found out I can get pregnant. Now, I get to wait and see if I can stay pregnant. Crossing my fingers! 1 week ago
Hang in there everyone. Things will get better soon, even if it doesn’t seem like it ever will. It has been amazing to talk about my miscarriage experience with friends and family. I was surprised by how many women I know have had a miscarriage too.
I’m on my second pregnancy; the first one ended up to be an empty sac. I’m 9 weeks along, and was able to hear the heartbeat this week. Crossing my fingers that all goes well this time! 1 week ago
I keep 3 fabric bags hanging on the door knob to the garage, so I never forget them when leaving to go to the grocery store. I should buy a few more bags, and remember to use them at other stores as well. 6 months ago
Have you been checked out lately? DO IT! :) 10 months ago
I finished P90 a few weeks ago. Go at your own pace, keep hydrated, and have fun! By the end, I still couldn’t keep up with the fit folks on the DVDs, but I had much more stamina, and felt stronger. Best of luck! 10 months ago
I did 2 weeks of P90X after P90, but now have to concentrate on moving across the country. Will start back up again when I’m settled. BRING IT! 10 months ago
I finished going through the Power 90 DVD set, and now onto P90X Lean. I can now do 10 manly pushups, instead of the girly ones on my knees. I have muscle! Also lost 4 lbs, which is a lot, considering my starting weight was only 120.
Feeling good! 10 months ago
One more comment, don’t rule out cruises, especially for a honeymoon. I went on a cruise to the Caribbean for my honeymoon, and it was wonderful. Once I got on the boat, I didn’t have to worry about anything, as the food was already included in the price. I got to visit multiple locations, and only had to unpack and pack once. It was extremely relaxing and enjoyable after the stress of the wedding. If you can afford a cruise, I highly recommend. FYI I went on Royal Caribbean curiseline. 16 months ago
San Francisco is pretty easy to get around on foot/public transit.
I went on a week trip to Seattle last summer, and was able to walk through all of downtown on foot. Took an entire day, but I did it!
Both towns are hilly, so bring your walking shoes.
Los Angeles is a lot more spread out. If you want to visit Disneyland as well as Hollywood, you’ll definately need a car to get around.
Regardless of where you go, check and see if the city has a hop-on-hop-off bus tour. These are a great way to introduce you to the major areas/landmarks, get some background info, and get around the city. You can usually pay for a day-long ticket, and get on and off the busses whenever you want for that day. 16 months ago
Went on vacation, but I didn’t go anywhere. Saving money for moving to a new location. Perhaps when I’m all settled in my new place I’ll be able to take some time off and explore my new town. :) 16 months ago
Pun intended there… I got a FitBit pedometer for Christmas. It’s about the size of a small USB drive. What’s really cool is it can monitor your movement while you sleep. It comes with a wristband that’s light and comfortable to wear to bed. The first night I tried it, it counted that I tossed and turned 19 times! I’m not getting the amount of sleep I thought I was. In order for me to get my full 8 hours, I’m going to start planning to be in bed for 9 hours.
FYI the device also tracks the steps you take, as well as the flights of stairs you go up throughout the day. You can also log your exercise and food intake on their website to estimate how many more calories you are allowed to eat. It’s quite a nifty little gadget. 16 months ago