I am Feeling Good but Also Challenged Full time Work is HardDay 150

Max Ignatius Atlas Year Of Change Day 150

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I just have to take a moment to appreciate that I’m now on day 150 of this journey–it’s really remarkable how far I’ve come! It honestly feels hard to believe that I’ve been growing into this lifestyle for so long, and even though it seems like ages since I first decided to make a change in my life, I’m only just getting started. I’ve got more milestones to reach, much more work to do, so I’m going to stay motivated as I continue down this path to fitness. If I keep at it (which I’m sure I will), there’s no reason why I won’t be able to commemorate years or even decades worth of this journey!

Lately, I’ve been having a bit of extra energy in the afternoon, so I’ve started going on walks during my lunch break. If I had a shower available, I might have even felt inclined to get some brisk exercise in, but me going back to work all sweaty wouldn’t be fun for anybody! For now, walking has seemed to be enough to help me keep a balance, so I’m going to keep at it for as long as it’s convenient. But who knows–maybe I’ll try some afternoon workouts on my days off.

Daily Image Year of Change Day 150#YOC

Comparing this photo with day 120, you can see how much I’m improving.

Max Ignatius Atlas Year Of Change Day 150
Daily Image Year of Change Day 150#YOC

Tonight’s meal was pretty involved, and I think I spent about two hours in total throughout the prep and cooking. One of the upsides to preparing difficult meals is that it makes the process of actually eating it a lot more rewarding, even when you aren’t too fond of the taste (as was, unfortunately, the case this time). Still, I can’t imagine that I would have even had the motivation to put this much effort into cooking in the past. I’ve by no means become an expert chef, but this journey has definitely led me to better appreciate the process of preparing meals, along with the thought and care that goes into it.

Body transformation in 12 months from fat to fit  day124

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Geo Life Meal Plan for Day 150

One of the best parts about keeping a meal plan is learning to respect what you put into your body.

Geo Diet Day 150 Plan
BreakfastGaining Protein Shake (280 cal)
LunchChicken Breast
Mixed Salad
Peanut Butter
Cherry Tomatoes
Snow Peas
Almond Milk
SupperLove Potion
SnackCinnamon Apple Pie Chia Smoothie
Daily Meal Plan Geo Lifestyle Day 150

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Daily Geo Lifestyle Planner Day 150

I was pretty proud of myself today, which definitely motivated me to get a lot done!

Accountability CalendarHourly Update
.30 –
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.30 –
05:00Woke to alarm
Ready for jog 05:15
06:00Jog + Meditate
.30 Car park Routine
.30 –
.30 –
.30 –
.30 –
.30 Break + 10 min walk
.30 –
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18:00Work – Start Commute Home 17:45
House Hold Chores
19:00Activities with Kids
20:00Eat evening meal
.30Played family game
.30 Supper
Worked on my book/blog
.30Final blog checks and
house check + Packed lunch
Geo Life Accountability Daily Planner – Day 134 Year of Change

Daily Exercise Planner Day 150 Geo Life Year of Change

Had some great rounds of HIIT training today.

Wednesday Exercise Routine  Notes  
  Running / Jogging   85 Minutes
 Boxing Workout Plan Level 2 
 Wednesday Routine 
Wednesday Year of Change Routine

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Quote of the Day

“Quality is not an act, it is a habit.” – Aristotle


Reaching big milestone days is always a great feeling. Just being able to say that I’ve been living a better life for X amount of time makes me feel very accomplished. I’m more motivated than ever to reach that next milestone!

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Max Ignatius Atlas

I am Max I Atlas, founder and a primary contributor to GeoDiet.com. Welcome to my journey towards both physical and mental well-being, where we will explore staying in shape while rapidly approaching forty.

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