Some Days are Better than Others That’s the Way it is – Day 138

Max Ignatius Atlas Year Of Change Day 138

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I spent this morning appreciating what I was able to accomplish yesterday. I know I always harp on staying grounded in the present, but I couldn’t help but feel proud of myself and excited for what I’ll be able to do next. Besides, as long as it doesn’t interfere with your everyday duties, I don’t think it’s wrong to enjoy that rush of endorphins for as long as possible. What’s the point of going through all this effort if you aren’t going to enjoy yourself?

I had a pretty light schedule for the majority of my day, so I was able to get deep into some reading. I keep trying to discover more and more about dieting in hopes that I’ll be able to improve my health even further, as well as sustain my fitness once I reach a desirable level. On this occasion, I learned that I’m not alone in feelings towards vegetables–it turns out that many people don’t like them simply because they’re used to them being poorly seasoned. It always helps to know that many of the issues that come from trying to get healthy are common among the general population, as it reassures you that you aren’t abnormal.

Daily Image Year of Change Day 138 #YOC

I’m starting to look pretty fit with a shirt on, so hopefully it won’t be long before I look chiseled without one!

Max Ignatius Atlas Year Of Change Day 138
Daily Image Year of Change Day 138#YOC

For tonight’s dinner I had to limit myself to just a single helping, as I’m trying to adjust my overall caloric intake. My main objective is to build as much muscle as possible, but I don’t want to gain too much additional weight on top of that. If there’s a caloric surplus, then I’m going to continue to gain weight no matter the food I’m eating, so I need to take measures to prevent this from happening. If I’m going to reach my goals, I’ll need to be almost perfect with everything I do.

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Geo Life Meal Plan for Day 138

A lot of protein and carbs in today’s meals.

Geo Diet Day 138 Plan
BreakfastCitrus Protein Shake (214 cal)
Mixed Salad
DinnerCottage Cheese
SupperApple, Pear, and Spinach Juice
SnackGreen Detox Flax Seed Smoothie
Daily Meal Plan Geo Lifestyle Day 138

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I had a nice time playing with my kids this evening.

Accountability CalendarHourly Update
.30 –
.30 –
.30 –
.30 –
.30 –
08:00Woke to alarm
Ready for jog
.30Light outdoor exercise
.30 –
11:00Worked on blog articles
.30 –
12:00Kids sports
.30Worked on book
.30Time with kids
.30workout +
20:00Evening meal
.30 –
.30 Supper
23:00Updated Blog
Rest and reflection
Geo Life Accountability Daily Planner – Day 138 Year of Change

Also See: Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Adults– Day 82

Daily Exercise Planner Day 138 Geo Life Year of Change

Great HIIT session, really felt the burn with this one.

Friday Exercise Routine  Notes  
Running / Jogging  90 Minutes
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Friday Year of Change Routine

Quote of the Day

“You cannot find peace by avoiding life.” – Virginia Woolf


Trying to learn something new every day seems a bit daunting at first, but now that I’m getting used to it, it feels hard to stop. It’s such a remarkable feeling to know that you’re steadily building a better you, brick by brick.

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I am Max I Atlas, founder and a primary contributor to 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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