Who’d have guessed back in March that one of the best things to come out of this covidcrisis would be my discovery of the wonders of a bidet?
Remember how there was a wild run on toilet paper early in the pre-lockdown phase? My solution was to buy a 48-roll box from Who Gives A Crap. It’s bamboo TP — better for the environment, as bamboo is an eminently renewable resource — and not expensive. Great find, I thought, because I hadn’t been able to source inexpensive bamboo TP locally. Thanks, Facebook ad!
But then one day, when I was out, my partner — you can find her at Falcon & Acorn — installed a new Tushy Classic Bidet. Continue reading “The wonders of a simple bidet”
I see so many people and memes commenting on social media about how they are not exercising and eating poorly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I understand. It’s tough.
The gyms are either closed or we think they’re too dangerous to visit.
If we are working from home, the little exercise we used to get going to the office, heading to meetings, walking to the coffee machine — that is gone.
It’s hard to scrape together the motivation to go for a walk through the neighborhood alone. Oh, sure, once, maybe twice a week, but… Continue reading “Gaining weight during the pandemic?”
Like many other people, I am living life in virtual quarantine because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This has been going on for about 1.5 months officially.
I am in San Antonio, and we are pretty much opening back up tomorrow, but I’ll continue to live more safely, and that will involve staying home, not exercising as much as I used to, and doing a lot more cooking.
Oddly, during this period of inactivity and eating of what seems to be everything, I have continued to lose weight on Noom.
I used to play disc golf almost daily, easily getting in 10k-20k (sometimes more) steps daily. Now on a good day I get in maybe 8k steps.
I used to eat very little ice cream and sweets. Now I am eating a lot more of that stuff.
However, I used to dine out frequently. I thought that before the COVID rules I was eating informedly and carefully most of the time, but maybe I am remembering incorrectly, because I am a little confounded by my continued weight loss.
Has Noom taken over my mind? Continue reading “My life during quarantine and still losing weight with Noom … sort of”