LYNNABEL's CalorieKing Blog

In childhood and high school I was always a healthy weight. After graduating from college, my weight fluctuated (mostly in the up-direction). I got to an all time high of 158 in 2000, and joined weight watchers (the in-home version - I've always been private about my weight) and lost about 28 pounds. I was able to maintain that loss through several major live challenges, but at the 28th major issue to hit me in the space of 1 year (a slight exaggeration), the pounds came back along with loneline... Read more

Wednesday, January 7th 2015

Hi Friends!!!

I read blogs almost every day, but never make time to write my own. I'll get overwhelmed if I try to write too much, so I'll just say that I'm glad its 2015. I turned 40 a few months ago and have mixed feelings about that. Some health/body related, others more emotional/spiritual. I probably wouldn't be thinking about it much at all without the mile-marker that 40 is. I think I may be in perimenopause (hormone fluctuations that can occur 10-15 years before actual menopause). I...

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Monday, October 13th 2014

I know you all have been waiting - Eyeliner dream last night! :eyebrows: Except, wasn't an eyeliner. It was a very small-screened phone that required a very small pen to tap in my 4 digit passcode.

Saturday, December 14th 2013

One exam away from being 37.5% done with law school!

Wednesday, November 20th 2013

"Lynn, your staff just look so much happier than they did before you came."

So, I asked one of them, "Is it better now? Are you doing okay?"

The answer I got was, "OMG, yes. Even my husband says I'm so much nicer now."

I'll take it. It may be hard, but I'm having a positive effect in at least one area.

Friday, November 15th 2013

Oh, friends. Life is crazy. I've been staring at and revising my 150+ pages of notes on Constitutional Law for almost 8 hours today. The extra crazy part? There are TWO semesters this - we only cover judicial power, congressional power, presidential power, and a little bit of individual rights this semester. The funny thing is that I feel like I know, personally, our Supreme Court justices from reading SO MANY of their opinions. I distrust Scalia and Thomas. Thomas because of his sexual harassme...

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