Category: Best Lent Ever

Lent, Part 1: Slow Start, Reboot

Here’s what I said I would do for Lent… Fast on Fridays. Meaning, after dinner on Thursday until Saturday breakfast, nothing but coffee, water, or tea. That’s about 35-40 hours of intermittent fasting. Catholics were doing this intermittent fasting thing way before it became… Continue Reading “Lent, Part 1: Slow Start, Reboot”

Dad Diary: My Lenten Letter to My Children

Yes, I had a pazcki for breakfast. Yes, I’m going to eat my favorite fast food for lunch. Yes, I’m going to have an Old Fashioned this evening, but it’s Fat Tuesday, for heaven’s sake. However, tomorrow, with the first day of Lent, it’s… Continue Reading “Dad Diary: My Lenten Letter to My Children”

Alzheimer’s

My biggest fear in life is Alzheimer’s disease. It runs in my family. It took my Grandma away from us. My Dad is involved in an ongoing study and he worries about it (and I think he shows he has a gene that makes him… Continue Reading “Alzheimer’s”

The Pomodoro Technique and My Personal Q2

In the business world, you’re measured by months and quarters. Quarterly sales numbers. Quarterly reviews. Quarterly celebrations and bonuses. Oh how we love quarters. You only need 2-cents for this bit of coolness. Q1, for me, wasn’t my best. I sucked at my New… Continue Reading “The Pomodoro Technique and My Personal Q2”

Good Habits. Bad Habits.

Our lives change when our habits change. It’s time to start good habits that will take the place of, and push out, the bad habits out of my life. At least, that’s what Best Lent Ever suggests, today. Each day, Best Lent Ever offers some guidance… Continue Reading “Good Habits. Bad Habits.”

A Too Long Lent Post

About this time of year, there’s never a shortage of Blogs about Lent. Like this one, detailing nineteen things you can give up for Lent that “aren’t chocolate.” I’m going to review the list daily throughout Lent, and then a buncha other stuff. For… Continue Reading “A Too Long Lent Post”

No Regrets

I don’t know what’s more powerful. Fear? Or regret? Or fear of regret (if that’s a thing). It actually all kinda works together. For me, I regret some things I’ve done, but more and more, I’m regretting the things I haven’t done. I regret… Continue Reading “No Regrets”

So Excited

I’m not going to lie … going on the Whole30 and losing all this weight hasn’t diminished my cravings in any way, shape, or form. I curse the world and the Lord above every time my kids grab a couple of Girl Scout cookies… Continue Reading “So Excited”

This Is Going to Sound Like Bragging and Now What?

I’ve had a great Lent. Easily my best Lent ever. And not just because I sacrificed and dieted and feel great, but because I did all the things I did for the right reason. And didn’t cheat. Here’s my confession … I always cheat… Continue Reading “This Is Going to Sound Like Bragging and Now What?”

The Whole30 Success and Myth

This Whole30 thing is a huge success. I think it’s the first diet I’ve ever tried where I was able to resist cravings. I’m able to resist a piece of pizza for lunch while listening to the radio in my car. I’m able to… Continue Reading “The Whole30 Success and Myth”