I’ve been feeling a little weak these last few … well, weeks. at first, I wrote it off to being on my period. but my increased dizziness and appendage instability has persisted. I’m left wondering just what it is. hopefully it’ll pass soon, as I’m scheduled to donate blood on Saturday. so we’ll see.
I’m eating well enough, I believe. some days I could stand to have a little more meat or protein, but that shall always be the case for people with anemia. I have at least two meals every day, usually three. and it’s healthy meals, often paleo-influenced if not strict. I’m not a sodas or sweets person.
maybe it’s the sunflower seeds. due to the amount of fat and calories in them, and to just how many I’d consume in a single sitting, I’ve stopped purchasing them. I think that’s from where I would get most of my protein, lol. so perhaps that’s where a deficit has been created.
my ED is still ever-present. by eating lower calorie foods — again, such as the salads –, my ED is noisy, but not pushy. it understands that we have to find a balance of eating healthy and eating poorly (or not eating at all, as the case may be).
I haven’t had any alcohol for almost two weeks now. I’m noticing that that, combined with limiting what I eat, is resulting is very minor weight loss. #NoShitSherlock though I’m not sure how long we’ll keep this up, it’s very nice while it lasts.
I haven’t been working out. at all. that’s been really sucky. I’ve just been so tired or exhausted each morning. and then most days, I get home from work too late. but there’s this really awesome 5k that takes place in October that I want to do. and another in July. last time I had something for which I was specially training, I was so fucking committed. this loose-ended “eventual” stuff doesn’t work for me. even picking arbitrary goal dates doesn’t work. an event forces my hand. so maybe I’ll sign up to one (or both), and go from there.