My latest experiment. Starting next month, when I’ll hopefully have my bike put together, I’m going to see if I can go for an entire month with limited use of my car. This isn’t exactly an experiment in being “green”, so much as it’s the fact that I put a ton of miles on my car getting to and from my training center. So, I figure Fri-Sun I won’t really need my car, and Tues-Thurs I can possibly use my car very little, by dropping it off at a Marta Station and hopping a bus or the train into Buckhead, since it’s more than likely that I’ll be driving back out to Holly Springs after work to train. Plus, once it starts cooling down again, I’ll be able to bike more. The only thing I’m going to have to work out, is my sheets. I figure a small basket on my bike will allow a few sheets here and there, and the days I take the bus I can take my full basket home with me. My goal in all of this, is to save milage and stress, plus, it’s a good workout that I need outside of training.

I’m seriously feeling really good about the changes that I’m making, and tomorrow, I go check at my Yoga center to see how much teacher training will be. I was given an offer to teach, what I call, Warrior Yoga at my Academy. While I’m definitely qualified for it, I want the certificate that says I am. And I’ll need to start putting together a curriculum for it when I get home. I’ll probably talk about it here, a good bit, or maybe on my religion blog, since it’s an aspect of that realm. Oh hell, I’ll just cross-post.

With all that said….anyone know of a good nutritionist? I need to have my diet analyzed.


  1. Nutritionist

    I can if you would like.

    I gave a basic overhaul last year, (which I really hope was comprehensive, BTW if you are reading this Kitten..)

    e-mail me at my regular address.

    Also, there are a lot of great biking trails in NC, so be sure to bring your bike with you when you visit (if you can!)


    1. Re: Nutritionist

      I’m trying to figure out what I’m not getting enough of, or what’s too much. Right now, having issues with low blood sugar, but I’m eating plenty of carbs. haven’t done my food journal, but I’m starting that when I get back from tournament.


      1. Re: Nutritionist

        hypoglycemic. up to this last year, i’ve had no problems in managing it, i’ve adjusted my diet about 6 times to balance it, but it seems no matter how much i eat, or how much natural sugars i take in, i still have the same issues.


      2. Re: Nutritionist

        Bread. Good old bread. Baguette with dipping oil does the trick every time for me. Extra virgin olive oil instead of butter is easier on the stomach.

        Avoid fatty cheeses for a while (you have probably heard this all before), and believe it or not, avoid processed/white sugar.

        If you have to sweeten tea or coffee, use honey or the sugar in the raw stuff.

        Also, stay away from any sugar substitute endning in “ol” or “ose” (ex – sorbitol, sucralose, etc..) That stuff will destroy your insides and make the problems worse.

        I can give a more in depth plan (short term, long term is up to you) if you want.

        I just need to ask a few questions but not here (for privacy issues, of course)


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