It's 7 p.m. in Germany and I just had supper (oatmeal with cinnamon, 2 tbs sugar, 1 Tbsp white chocolate sirup, low-fat milk).
I've set my daily calory goal on 1,200. I never achieve that goal... because the true, the real goal is 1,400 - 1,500 calories a day. But I have to aim lower or else I will eat more.
Does that make any sense? I guess it's some weird psychology thing making me work that way. Want another example?
All my clocks and watches are 2 - 4 minutes fast. That's the reason I'm never late, I'm always on time or early. If they'd show the exact time, I'd always be late. Weird, no?
I had to take Flo to the vet earlier today and I guess I was more anxious than her. She's better but the vet suggests surgery nonetheless. I'm thinking about consulting a different vet because I got the impression the only reason for him suggesting surgery is that'll bring him 1,000 Euros (1,320 US Dollars / 820 British Pounds).
Some of the running shirts I had ordered on Wednesday arrived this morning. They are really cute. The ones I ordered for D have yet to be delivered.
We've got temperatures around 0°C again and getting outside is uncomfortable as hell. I prefer taking longer walks with Flo instead of running when it gets this cold.
D is still at work and I feel lost all by myself. I'm glad Flo is around.
How is everybody else doing?
This is a post of "A Quest For Health & Fitness".