Saturday, January 19, 2019

January 19th, 2019 Wildlife

January 19th, 2019 Wildlife

Yesterday: I maintained the integrity of my calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I exceeded my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support. I hit 4 out of my 5-star goal for yesterday.

Coming up one star short of my 5-star goal yesterday was a choice. I could have pushed forward and hit it with a trip to the gym for a late workout, but I didn't. Part of that was knowing how early I needed to be up this morning before my scheduled location broadcast at 8am. The positive from this was the mindfulness making that decision required. With my awareness turned up in this way, I do believe it will help me make better choices over-all within my daily practice. Progress, not perfection, right?

Three big goals this weekend: Trip to the pool for a swim, add to and establish a separate page for my "star schedule," and release episode 20 of Transformation Planet.

Today's broadcast from 8-10am is from The Ultimate Eagle Watch at Kaw Lake. It's a short drive over to this scenic area where lots of people will gather for American bald eagle watching tours and educational wildlife presentations.

I'm scheduled for my long-overdue haircut and eyebrow trim this afternoon. My eyebrows, if left unchecked and untrimmed, quickly rival Sam Elliot's untamed brow. Talk about wildlife! If I didn't occasionally get 'em trimmed, this bushy eyebrow issue would aspire toward the likes of the late Andy Rooney. It's crazy. I'll find a way to add this to my gratitude list.

Tonight, it's a date night with Kristin. We haven't had one of those in a few weeks. I'll prepare the two of us a meal at my place before a trip to the Playhouse. I have complimentary tickets to Shakespear's A Midsummer Night's Dream. It'll be my first Shakespear experience.

I made a grocery store run last night before spending some time visiting with mom. She's doing fairly well, by the way--just a few minor issues of late.

Okay--I'm ready for the Eagle Watch. My morning foundational routine is complete, I'm about to prepare and enjoy breakfast, stop for a road coffee--and then drive into the great outdoors.

Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Practice, peace, and calm,
Sean

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Friday, January 18, 2019

January 18th, 2019 Stars

January 18th, 2019 Stars

Yesterday: I maintained the integrity of my calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I exceeded my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support. I met my 5 point goal for yesterday.

I think I'm going to change what I call my new daily plan assessment points to "stars." Same thing, just "stars" instead of points. Prevents confusion with another kind of points system. Also, the concept of earning stars takes me back to elementary school. My plan over the next few days is to develop a more complete list of star earning practices--make it its own page, then I'll easily link to it in each blog post.

Creating ways to maintain enthusiasm along the way is important. This isn't any kind of overhaul to what I'm doing. The daily practice is essentially the same. The idea is, this new stars system of daily assessment will help me highlight areas in need of improvement in a fun and supportive way. It's simply looking at what I'm doing or what I'm intending and willing to do from a different angle; a different perspective.

I worked extra late last night in support of a colleague and it's made for a short night of rest. While I'll earn a little bonus pay for the effort, I'm certainly not earning a star for that today. My plan practice today will require me to stay very well connected with support, prayer/meditation time, and getting a midafternoon nap will also be an important thing. I'm excited about swimming this weekend. The swim plan is most likely a Saturday thing for me.

My morning routine is complete, my breakfast food is planned and packed, and I'm ready for one more good day if I can get it!

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Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Practice, peace, and calm,
Sean

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Thursday, January 17, 2019

January 17th, 2019 Rarely Push

January 17th, 2019 Rarely Push

Yesterday: I maintained the integrity of my calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support. My aim was 5 points yesterday and I hit 6 points. (see yesterday's post for tentative points schedule)

After yesterday's post, Chris, a longtime reader, writes:  "You swim? Who knew, I don't recall ever reading that before. Great. I joined my local Y a few months ago just to swim. I look forward to hearing about it. (any more yoga classes?)"

Chris, first of all, thank you for your tremendous support over the years. I haven't been in the pool in over three years. This is why I wrote, "...and if I get back in the pool, swimming thirty-minutes earns three points." And Yoga--yeah...that...I was also doing that a few years ago! I'll add yoga to my available points list, too.

I allowed the added prep time a consistent pool commitment requires to ultimately get me out of the water. Witnessing a couple of friends thoroughly enjoy their pool trips has inspired me to get past the time thing and whatever other hangups I have, and just go. My plan is to check the pool schedule today and make it happen either tomorrow or Saturday. I'm actually excited about it again.

The yoga. A friend of mine is known in this area as the yoga guru. Her and her husband practice yoga daily, host yoga retreats--and at one time, opened a yoga studio right down the street from the broadcasting studios where I work. OM Yoga is still operating with new people running the place. Occasionally, she gently reminds me about yoga. If I recall, it wasn't that I didn't enjoy the yoga classes, it was more of a scheduling thing. However, it too is worth another look.

One of the things that I've allowed myself to do is get into a routine where I hit certain minimums each day but I rarely push myself. That's honest. My poor sleep habits, time management, etc. contribute to this level of complacency. I don't write this is an attack on me--or as a club to beat myself up, it's simply what often happens. When I say I'm not perfect, you can bet I mean it! But this isn't and never has been about perfection. It is about progress. And progress in these areas is something I look forward to doing. And not just "trying," like doing, in a way that can help me establish a measure of consistency. This is what this points system is helping me create.

Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Practice, peace, and calm,
Sean

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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

January 16th, 2019 What Is A Good Day?

January 16th, 2019 What Is A Good Day?

Yesterday: I maintained the integrity of my calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

Yesterday's rest was needed and this morning, I feel much better.

One of the things I've developed for my daily practice is a points system. I've assigned a point value to different elements of my plan. Each day, I aim for a certain amount of points. Hitting five points is fairly simple, hitting six or seven is really good, and anything beyond that is extraordinary. The idea is for this points system to provide a clearer idea of what is a "good" day, what is an "acceptable" day, and what makes an "extraordinary" day.

For example, one point is earned for the following: Morning foundational routine completed. Maintaining boundaries of food plan (within budget-No refined sugar-No trigger foods). Preparing all meals (in other words: a day without a restaurant meal). Staying connected with support friends. Exceeding my minimum 64oz minimum water goal. Midmorning meditation break. In bed by 10pm. Any night with seven hours or more of sleep. 20-30 minute walk.

Two points are earned with each elliptical or other sweat-inducing cardio workout and if I get back in the pool, swimming thirty-minutes earns three points.

I'll be assigning point values to more things as I move forward.

This system or tool for accurately assessing a particular day instead of a vague, "it was a good day," comes from one of my one on one mentoring clients. In the year-plus he and I have worked together, he's developed and connected better each day with the elements of his daily practice because of his point value system.

I'm open to anything designed to create more enthusiasm for the daily practice of elements that help keep me well.

Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Practice, peace, and calm,
Sean

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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

January 15th, 2019 Slow

January 15th, 2019 Slow

Yesterday: I maintained the integrity of my calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

I met up with some people last night who share the same type of personal responsibility; living each day with a personal practice of intentional actions where food and life is concerned. Connecting with others in the same "lifeboat" always leaves me feeling hopeful and it reinforces the importance level I must apply each day to my own personal plan.

Mom made the trip to Stillwater with me--she, to visit with family while I met up with my friends. We'll not be combining these two things again. The trips to visit family must be on non-work night evenings. It was too late last night and I wasn't physically feeling too well-- and this combination, followed by a fairly rough night of sleep, contributed to my decision to take a sick day from work.

I feel much better after finally getting some decent rest. I'm still not feeling 100%, so I'll keep it slow today and take care of me.

Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Practice, peace, and calm,
Sean

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Monday, January 14, 2019

January 14th, 2019 Over Deliver

January 14th, 2019 Over Deliver

Yesterday: I maintained the integrity of my calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

I didn't get done everything I wanted to get accomplished yesterday, but I did get some things done. I have a tendency to create to-do lists, that in the moment of creation, I'm like-uh yeah, no problem! But then as the day unfolds, I realize--perhaps I'm not the best estimator of time needed for specific tasks. I need to create the list each day and immediately cross a few things off. Otherwise, it creates negative head chatter when I fail to meet my own expectations. Under promise, over deliver--much better mental effect.

I'll pick up where I left off yesterday and continue on my merry way.

I've started my Monday well. My morning routine is finished, my food is packed, and I'm ready to make this a good one.

Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Practice, peace, and calm,
Sean

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Sunday, January 13, 2019

January 13th, 2019 Cues

January 13th, 2019 Cues

Yesterday: I maintained the integrity of my calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

The broadcast at the grocery store yesterday went very well. These were once single station broadcasts, now they've progressed into dual station broadcasts where I'm presenting live on one station and then immediately jumping over and repeating the on-air break on the other. It's not too difficult for me, it just means I'm talking twice as much--instead of four breaks an hour, I'm doing eight breaks. The producer back in the studio is the one running back and forth between studios. I just wait until they tell me to start talking--then I do, all about food, food, and more food.

It's an interesting dynamic for me, really, and without proper perspective in place--the issue of food "cues," the visual and auditory suggestion of trigger foods, and their effects on me, might be a problem.

For some, the mere mention of a personal trigger food is enough to set their mind in motion. Make it a suggestive and descriptive commercial--even more so, make it a TV commercial, even stronger!

Food cues are everywhere. Simply driving down the main drag of any populated area provides a constant barrage of fast-food signage, their logos might be all the "cue" our brain needs--add extra signage, like a picture, large banner, or extra words describing a special--and watch out! Turn on the radio--and now you're hearing me or some other broadcaster selling everything from fast-food to grocery store items.

How do you prepare yourself against the constant flow of cues? It isn't realistic to think that we can somehow block out every cue out there. And wouldn't that be a constant chore? Allowing these cues to be all-powerful creates days and nights where we're constantly navigating a culinary minefield--constantly assessing the danger--is it "on-plan" or is it wildly "off-plan?"

Yesterday's broadcasts included a special for my personal number one trigger food of all-time. This trigger food was one that I once used in ways that perfectly illustrate my level of food addiction. The best example was the day I sat in a back alley behind a convenience store, eating it with my fingers instead of a spoon. And here I was, selling this incredible deal to anyone listening. A deal on something that, if I started eating it again, could very well, eventually, kill me. The irony couldn't be more clear.

Every time I voice a commercial for a restaurant, bakery, or grocery store, I must remember--this is my job, this is what I do for a living. I also remember how not everyone listening is like me. For some, it's not a cue to compulsively eat into oblivion--for them, it's just a good deal; good information to have as they navigate their food options.

If we can't turn off all of the external cues surrounding us each day, then what can we do?

When I'm feeling exceptionally vulnerable, this is when I'm most at risk of being affected by food cues. When food cues start looking and sounding like a wonderful solution, I must get connected with support in whatever way necessary. Spiritually, directly with a support friend, or, if the effect is mild, simply reminding myself of why my daily practice is important. In social situations, where there are food and food "pushers," I must remember the mantra, "not my food." Having a clear understanding of what is and isn't "my food" is something important to have and evolve. 

I can't afford to hand the responsibility of my continued wellness over to the multitude of uncontrollable influences that are a part of everyday life. I spent many years using the cues as reasonable and expected "outs" for my daily practice. Shifting the perspective away from this helped take away the power I was freely handing out to every picture, sound, or suggestion of food. If I feel like these cues are starting to become bothersome or influencing my food plan decisions, I must look at my daily practice and explore ways for me to get better connected with the structure and principles my continued wellness requires.

If maintaining my daily practice requires me to live in a world completely void of food cues, I'm in big big trouble. My continued commitment to a recovery mindset instead of a diet mentality mindset, can and will continue to help in this area.

Where's my higher power? If my continued wellness is constantly in jeopardy based on my avoidance or lack of avoidance from food cues, I'm essentially making food my higher power. I literally can't live like that. If I choose to, I will die--because it will kill me. Dramatic? Yes. True? Yes.

Yesterday's broadcast inspired this post in-part. The other part was reading a negative review of my book from audible. I normally stay away from reading reviews. But I received an update from Audible concerning my book--and that took me to their website---and that led me down the rabbit hole of reading these things. I shouldn't have. There were some good ones and Amazon has a bunch of good ones--but this...oh my, it was not a good review!! I'll save you the search. This is what I read:

"Surreptitious advertising for the food industry"-- This is just another diet book that cannot go three pages without naming a brand of pizza, soda pop, cake etc... If you were writing a book to help alcoholics overcome an addiction, would you write Jack Daniels, Budweiser, Vodka, Spiced Rum, Coors, Jim Beam on every third page? In a movie, this is called product placement, and companies pay to have thier products included. In a diet and weight loss book, it is even more insidious advertising, because it goes directly into the mind of the most vulnerable audience, and most likely to go buy whatever product you planted in their minds within a day or so. Which will hopefully, ignite or reignite the addiction. This particular book, cannot get 5 pages in before naming a pizza brand and talk about cake, biscuits and sausage gravy, and eating and food food food. As I listen to chapter one of the audiobook version, the author literally, cannot go 3 minutes without putting junk food and eating into the mind of the reader/listener. NOTHING else this author says matters as far as I am concerned. That is ALL you are meant to get out of a book like this. It is advertising junk food to the weak and vulnerable. Plain and simple. I cannot recommend anything written to promote junk food to those suffering from obesity. Crybaby fat guy selling pizza and other junk food.

Well, okay then. Not everybody's cup of tea, apparently. LOL

Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Practice, peace, and calm,
Sean

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Saturday, January 12, 2019

January 12th, 2019 Without Knowing

January 12th, 2019 Without Knowing

Yesterday: I maintained the integrity of my calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I exceeded my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

Yesterday wasn't quite as difficult as I expected. I think writing about it, keeping my awareness level high, and expressing the vulnerability to my support friends are all things that helped navigate the day. I was super tired when I went down for a nap at 4:30pm. I set the alarm for 5:45pm--slept right past it and woke at 8pm. It felt like ten minutes. It certainly tilted my schedule last night, but it was needed. I made a grocery store trip, enjoyed some baked cod with grilled asparagus for dinner, and visited mom for a little while before calling it a night. Surprisingly, once in bed for the night, I was able to go to sleep fairly quickly.

Today's schedule includes radio things. I have a big two-station broadcast from the final hours of a grocery store's giant 2-day sale followed by production work this afternoon at the studio. I'm planning a late afternoon trip to the gym as well.

My morning routine is complete and I'm about to enjoy breakfast before heading to the location broadcast.

If I have gratitude for the blessings and an action plan for the challenges, I'm okay. The gratitude part has certainly evolved over the last ten years. There was a time when I'd rarely visit a place of gratitude in my heart and mind. It was a time when I was too focused on the challenges, and that focus without a plan, or even the willingness to create one, kept me in a constant state of hopelessness. The declarations of "I know what to do" really translated to, "I have an idea of what I want but honestly, I have no idea how to get there or even how to create a plan, because if I did know what to do, I'd have done it already."

I believe we must start without knowing what to do. I didn't know what I was doing on Day 1, September 15th, 2008. In fact, even if we think we know what to do or what we're doing, I believe we should suspend that process as quickly as possible and simply start from scratch in the most simplistic ways possible. Can we do that? Can we get out of our own way? If suddenly the boulders of pride and ego were set aside, how might it clear the way? If we can get out of our own way, then we can proceed in ways unencumbered by our past experience, expectations, and old trials. If we can, perhaps we're putting ourselves on a new path of discovery where new perspectives are embraced and a simplistic plan evolves naturally into the plan uniquely fit for our needs.

If we can start from the humble place of not knowing, we dramatically improve our chances of accomplishing what once felt impossible and hopeless.

It's possible. There's hope.

Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Practice, peace, and calm,
Sean

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Friday, January 11, 2019

January 11th, 2019 Extra Laps

January 11th, 2019 Extra Laps

Yesterday: I maintained the integrity of my calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

I didn't sleep well last night. The schedule today demands I be present, so here I go. One thing is for sure, today, not unlike a lot of days, but especially on a day like today, I must make certain elements of my plan even more important. My defense will be fortified by staying closely connected with support, having a good midmorning reset meditation break, and making a late afternoon nap a goal for today. I've completed my morning routine, planned, and packed my food bag.

I like analogies. I use 'em a lot.

I look at my daily plan like it's a fortress. The boundaries of my plan are the walls. My job each day is to defend the fort. I have help--I'll call them allies, whose support helps keep my defense strong.

A football team can have the best offense in the history of the game, but if the defense isn't strong, stress is created on offense and games are lost. The fundamental elements of my plan--the food, the physical activity, the logging, tracking--all of these are part of the offense. The defense is where I find my personal accountability and support measures, my daily positive visualizations, spiritual time, and making myself available in support of others. I've put together powerful offenses in the past that were completely void of a good defense. And those times didn't work well.

But life happens, right? And I'm historically an emotional/stress eater. One thing I had to accept: Life wasn't going to stop long enough for me to "get it together."  I had to find a way to maintain consistency come what may. Because life keeps coming. And my time keeps going. So the time is now, regardless of circumstance. 

For me, it takes compartmentalizing.

The Streams Must Not Cross!

The "Life Stream" is everything happening in our day to day lives. The Life Stream includes the ups and downs, the challenges, the victories, the disappointments, The hectic schedules, the family dynamics, the workplace dynamics, the bills, the stress, the joys, the blessings, the expected and the unexpected, the good, the bad...It's life.

The "Fundamental Elements Stream" contain the daily actions of my personal plan. I say "my" because our plans might be very different. Mine is customized to fit my personality, likes, dislikes, strengths, weaknesses, and sensitivities.

The fundamental elements stream runs parallel, just below the lifestream. The lifestream is running in the foreground and the fundamental elements stream is running in the background--like a computer's anti-virus program. 

If we allow life and all of the energy it takes to maneuver, to negatively affect our ability to maintain consistency in the daily elements of our extraordinary care, then it always will. The frustration of inconsistency will be a common theme if the lifestream is allowed to dip down into the fundamental elements stream on a regular basis.

And if we get too carried away, making the fundamental elements all-consuming, then we run the risk of it crossing up into our lifestream. And that's when it isn't any fun and we dread what we're doing every day.

I do what I do because I know I'm never immune from relapse/regain. It's a daily practice that keeps me well. And taking care of this practice while living and enjoying life, is the goal.

Today, my defense will be running extra laps during practice.

Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Practice, peace, and calm,
Sean

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Thursday, January 10, 2019

January 10th, 2019 You Okay?

January 10th, 2019 You Okay?

Yesterday: I maintained the integrity of my calorie budget, I remained refined sugar-free, I met my daily water goal, and I stayed well connected with exceptional support.

Three different people asked if I was okay yesterday. By the third time, I was starting to ask myself the same thing! I think I'm okay. I did maneuver an altered schedule yesterday and that meant on a Wednesday, typically my busiest day of the week, I felt a little bit out of my normal rhythm. Perhaps a touch tired--and at work, staying focused easily translates to "what's wrong with Sean?" 

When I'm focused on a task or several, I can easily get a zoned look that seems intense and very different from the smiling, joking, talkative, normal nature of me. Once things are done, I feel the sense of relief and accomplishment, then I tend to loosen up some.

I kept my commitment to a midmorning meditation break. I really like what that does for me. Usually, once my morning foundational routine of prayer, meditation, and visualizations are done, I don't revisit until the next morning. I can see how making the time--even five to ten minutes, for that peaceful pause, helps at other times outside of the routine.

My morning routine is complete and I'm ready to jump into this Thursday. An afternoon dentist appointment is on the schedule--just a checkup, shouldn't be anything major, then a grocery trip before I return home this afternoon. My food is packed, planned, and ready, too. Here we go! 

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Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Practice, peace, and calm,
Sean

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