Category Archives: Anecdotes and Observations

There’s trouble in backsville.

I recently saw a new back doctor because the previous two tries had been somewhat disastrous. (I only got an MRI after almost shouting down the last guy.) Some new symptoms had been happening and I thought I’d try again … Continue reading

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“Taking it easy”

I’m taking a week off from pull up training because I feel like I need a break. I worked out on Tuesday intending on doing a light workout, and now I’m so sore I feel like I can’t walk properly. … Continue reading

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Sleep, the other white meat.

Sometimes I wonder if my body is trying to make up for all the years I didn’t sleep. I once went through a 4 month period with 2-4 hours of sleep every night. I wasn’t diagnosed with insomnia until my … Continue reading

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Food is giving me a hard time

Exercise, generally, is not my problem. It’s eating. I had a tough week-started out pretty well, then had a terrible migraine for a few days, and still have stomach issues. It makes it hard to do the work I need … Continue reading

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Shaky, with heartburn.

Oof. Every time I workout lately, I get heartburn. Today I only had time to do some pull up stuff, but it was good. I’m shaking almost as much as I did when I went through withdrawal from alcohol. I’m … Continue reading

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Problem mammograms

For the second time in about 5 years, I  have to go for a follow-up ultrasound after a mammogram. It’s unnerving, to say the least. Though I know it’s probably nothing, there was still a problem with my mammogram. There’s … Continue reading

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Ponderables

Why do people swerve left or right to turn in the opposite direction? Why does my dog still bark at stuff outside of the house when she knows she’s going to be squirted with water, pulled off the furniture, or … Continue reading

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