Good Without God

For those who don’t already know me, I am an Atheist.  To some people, that word invokes a lot of negative emotions. I find that this is usually because it is so contrary to their own personal belief system that they have difficulty understanding and accepting it.  While, I identify as an atheist, I consider myself a Secular Humanist.

Happy Humanist

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Frustrations

I started walking 4-5 days a week. Approximately 2.5 miles each day.  I started watching my calorie intake and making healthier food choices.  By like so many women before me, I am finding almost no change in my body to reflect that.  It’s frustrating!

I am not expecting a huge change right away, but some indicator that all the hard work is paying off. Instead, I step  on my smart scale and see my body fat percentage has soared to the highest it has ever been! What!?!

I know I could be doing more to push that dial, but to have it not move at all the way I want it to is frustrating and disheartening.  It makes me feel like all the effort has been for nothing

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Work and Money: An Update

I have been working from home since January now and thought it was time for an update on that.

Unexpected Part-Timer

About a month ago, I was asked by my former company to work remotely for them (temporarily) while another admin was out on medical leave.  So, for the past 4 week, I have occasionally been reviewing/editing reports for them in the interim.  Depending on how long she is out, I will likely be helping them for another few weeks.  It’s a good way to get some extra money in my pocket this spring since I don’t know how much freelance work I will have time for once summer vacation kicks in around mid-June.

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