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horn_of_plenty - Friday Oct 23, 2020
(counting calories/walking/elliptical/weights)
Weight: 113.0

8:30 Breakfast: slice of no sugar added pumpkin pie from supermarket (it's good!) 200, kombucha 50

10:30 more of the pumpkin pie (it should go fast!) 200 ;), kombucha 50 (decided not to have both pieces for breakfast but break them apart over the morning!)

12:45pm lunch: mini bagel 150, tuna with mayo and bits of celery 200, crackers 200. 550.

did stepper for 25min...glad to get off it lol...while watching Judge Mathis---good show.

3:30pm jelly beans 100 and a small apple kombucha 50

4:30pm ice cream 100

5:30 small apple while cooking dinner / meal that will last me till at least Monday..i have a lot of food now at home..and I still want to cook up some squash also - either Saturday or Sunday. and keebler club crackers 70 (supposed to be part of the meal i'm cooking, but, i ate them before the meal....

bigger dinner: salad with a little dressing 100, baked veggies with some olive oil and cheese on top 100, 1/2 chicken breast with sauce and little cheese on top 250, chips 150, pumpkin pie 200.800..full.

2220...little much but i really don't care tonight.

 

 

 

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Plans: 

Deciding to skip any more laundry until after the weekend (I'll do it Monday)...had enough to do it today, cleaned the guinea pig area, so...Laundry DONE!

as well as the bathroom floor...(the sink / toilet i do occasionally all the time) this part is lol and i did quickly clean the sink and toilet..DONE!

I want to finish the ADR work for these two weeks (due dates for these two weeks) today..DONE for now...deciding to put the rest of the work on the backburner for the next couple days.  almost everything is done and my brain doesn't want to only concentrate on this class right now, so i'm DONE

..maybe some indoor stepper for now..25 min.DONE

And i admit to sort of skipping studying for PM these two days, but i'm back to it today...using phone App...i will continue studying the "Tips" section...starting this at 3:30 after i went on the stepper for a little bit...DONE...but want to do more of PM studying tonight

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I will cook the other meal I have today so the veggie part doesn't go bad...just reminded myself to take the chicken out of the freezer!..it even look slike some of the veggies went bad - i'll check it out when i'm ready to cook, after studying some PM...meal is in oven, so it will be DONE 

Everyday lately has been very foggy/humid cool in the mornings with nicer weather in the afternoon - i think i'm staying inside much of today and maybe trying for a bike ride later??..not eager to go out...i think i'll also ride on indoor bike today, while watching TV tonight...DONE

I will clean the shower today :)....!?!?!?!?!?!? not so sure...

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I'm glad i watched the debate last night...i thought they both "picked on" each other too much, but that it was a decent debate. 

 An assignment I wrote that i'm proud of: 

The “Top 10 Tips for a Successful Employment Mediation,” is an article written by Frank Burke in October 2020.  Burke is an attorney with a vast amount of experience in employment mediation, the topic of his article.  His biography section states that Burke has “42 years of experience as a business trial lawyer in national law firms having handled a diverse range of business disputes …in 26 states, China and Canada. His website is www.burkemediation.com and he blogs on mediation strategy and advocacy topics at www.adrconflictstrategies.com . He is a 1972 graduate of Cornell University…and a 1975 graduate of Harvard Law School.”  (https://www.mediate.com/articles/burke-10-tips.cfm)

Burke is a great example of a professional who continues to transform with the times.  He uses his former education and skills but seeks to combine them with modern technology to stay current and attract a large clientele.  Although Burke graduated in the 1970’s, slightly under 50 years ago, his article is very applicable to the current, modern-day ADR and mediation approach.  Additionally, as mentioned in his biography, Burke uses the latest technology, including Zoom (an online live video conferencing platform), to stay current as a professional attorney in mediation today. He also has a website and writes informative blogs. 

            In his article, Burke mentions the top 10 tips for successful employment mediation, many of the same tips covered in our Alternative Dispute Resolution course:

1.      Create an effective and comprehensive mediation memorandum

2.      Make the most of your pre-hearing conference with the mediator

3.      Prepare yourself and your client for more effective oral presentations in mediation

4.      Deal with emotion in the mediation

5.      Explore your best, worst and most likely alternatives to a negotiated agreement

6.      Take into account non-monetary considerations: apology, reference letter, reinstatement

7.      Set the stage with your opening offer

8.      Plan your settlement moves in mediation

9.      Work with the mediator to avoid or break impasse

10.  Close the deal

(https://www.mediate.com/articles/burke-10-tips.cfm)

 

As the above 10 points are self-explanatory, I’d like to write a bit more about my main thoughts on the above 10 points of Burke’s article and how I perceive them to relate most directly to the attorney’s successful management of mediation cases.

            The reason why my main thoughts move towards a lawyer’s success in managing employment mediation is because that is actually the main duty of the attorney.  As a former assistant project manager myself, most people’s work is essentially their project.  And to be successful, a project manager needs to do certain main steps, just like a lawyer needs to do certain steps when managing a mediation, of a project which relate exactly to Burke’s 10 points and I will continue to explain why.

1.      Just as a manager needs to create an initiation (even before the project starts), certain events need to take place. Research needs to be done, for example, to see if the project is justifiable and if it makes sense at that place, community, and time.  Is there suitable funding for it?  As an attorney working in mediation, Burke’s point #1 refers to that initiation, or creating a “charter,” and it is Point #1 in the article, “Create an effective and comprehensive mediation memorandum.”  The lawyer’s Memorandum is the charter. And the lawyer also must decide if the client has appropriate funds for the mediation as well.

 

2.      The next major phase, and usually longest phase, of a project is the planning phase. In Burke’s article, several of the above points are exactly that – planning. For any job, any occupation, any project, any mitigation – including a mediation project for a lawyer – planning must take place. Without a plan, a project is destined to fail and so is a mediation.   We must plan for the risks that come up in projects as well as mediations. There are monetary risks as well as relationship risks, to mention just a couple.

 

The following of Burke’s 10 points cover planning:

Point #2: “Make the most of your pre-hearing conference with the mediator”

Point #3: “Prepare yourself and your client for more effective oral presentations…”

Point #5: “Explore your best, worst…most likely alternatives to a negotiated agreement”

Point #6” “Take into account non-monetary considerations: apology, reference letter,

       reinstatement”

Point #8: “Plan your settlement moves in mediation”

 

All of those above points contain words and phrases that directly relate to how the client and lawyer will work together in the planning stages, outside and many times before the actual mediation takes place.

 

3.      The next phase of project management is execution.  This is when the actual mediation is taking place between the two (or more) parties. Points from Burke’s article included in the actual mediation are:

Point #4: Deal with emotion in the mediation

Point #7: Set the stage with your opening offer

 

Of course, some of the planning points will also show up during the mediation as the steps of a mediation as well as project management have a tendency to overlap. 

 

Importantly, as in project management, mediation will essentially involve some emotions and it is best to understand the motives and goals of the other side of the meditation as well as possible if the parties are intending to solve their negotiation through mediation successfully.

 

Setting the stage with an opening offer means trying to present an offer that is reasonable and justifiable to the other side.  If an offer is over the top or too difficult to be realized, it can upset the entire mediation process.  This is true for project management as well.  All sides involved in project management must be able to explain their offers and work with the stakeholders for there to be success throughout the project. Everyone must work to get on the “same page.”

 

4. The next to last step of project management is to monitor & control the project. There may be risks that have been met and need managing. Some of the project or mediation may have been successful but perhaps a conflict has now come up that is leading to an impasse. This fourth step of monitor and control relates to Burke’s Point #9: “Work with the mediator to avoid or break impasse.”  During monitoring and controlling, the mediation is in session or has been taking place and the impasse or conflict leading to an impasse must be monitored closely and controlled so that a negotiation and the final closing phase can take place successfully.

5. The last step of managing a mediation and project is the closing phase.  It’s the last stage of a project and signifies that the mediation has ended. The goal is to end it successfully and that is the point of Burke’s article.  Of course, there are also unsuccessful mediations that lead to litigations, but that is not the point of Burke’s article.

 

Progress as of today: 2 lbs lost so far, only 1 lbs to go!

grannyannie on 10/23/2020:
I saw clips of the debate this morning. It was replayed on CNN at 8am here but I wasn't ready to watch. I'm so burned out on US politics.

I use wipes on the sinks/toilets in between cleanings. The tub/shower is the worst. Hate cleaning it.

Our weather is unpredictable. Can't even believe BBC half the time.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/23/2020:
lol, so after i showered, i cleaned all of the bathroom, EXCEPT the shower! hahahaha

yeah, it seems i have run low on my wipes, but i have tons of cleaning sprays...so instead of using those wet wipes, i'm going to work on using up my liquid cleaning sprays...should take me many months!


bearcountrygg on 10/23/2020:
Pumpkin pie sounds like the perfect breakfast!

Horn_of_plenty on 10/23/2020:
yeah, this pie is good, i will prob finish it soon over the course of a few days :)


Jacky82020 on 10/23/2020:
A+ paper, HoP!

Horn_of_plenty on 10/23/2020:
haha, Thank you Jacky :)


Maria7 on 10/23/2020:
I actually bought a pumpkin pie recently..but it has sugar...question is will it await Thanksgiving next month? Smile...

Horn_of_plenty on 10/23/2020:
yes, my pie had an expiration of December i think! they last such a long time!


Donkey on 10/24/2020:
I really enjoyed reading your essay. I liked how you drew the comparison between a mediation project and other work projects from your own employment experience.

I believe you're right in that a lot of the work is actually in the preparation. This would be very true of real estate closings, too. In fact, I see closings as another type of mediation, because anything can happen at the closing. And it is true that most of the work for a "closing" happens beforehand.

We had a deal cancel at the closing yesterday. The mediation failed.

And touching on that, I would say that #4- the emotional aspect - of the mediation meeting is the MOST IMPORTANT part of handling a client. I wish (from my own psychology degree background) that you would have written more about emotions in mediation - but then, this is a paralegal paper, not a psychology 101 class.

My boss has often told clients to leave a closing and get a drink at the McDonalds for an hour or so. This helps cool off heads and can "wake up" clients (sellers or buyers) to realize, Hey this could fall apart. How badly do I want to buy/sell?

Yesterday, at another closing, one of the buyers was very upset (over-emotional) and our New Guy didn't know how to handle her. Nice Lady was with him and took over that aspect, to show him how you bring down a client who has gone off the deep end.



horn_of_plenty - Thursday Oct 22, 2020
(counting calories/walking/elliptical/weights)
Weight: 113.0

9am Breakfast: oats and raisins, almond milk, coffee 400

11:30am snack of not the healthiest but fun...finished off those starburst gummies 160, with some kombucha i picked up this AM..50 210.

1pm lunch-2pm: small bagel with butter and small amount of pastrami 200, chips 150, clementine 50, cookie 150. 550.

4pm snack: ice cream 100, pumpkin spice yogurt 160, small apple 50

7pm bagel 120, tuna fish 180, veggies 50...350

9:45pm during debate: 1 chocolate and, small slice pumpkin pie 200

2050..

 i did both legs and upper body exercises ...DONE

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I woke up and laid in bed a little before some breakfast, did an assignment quickly, and went out to help cousin again with another bike he wants to sell! yup, another! it's another bike that he's owned for around 15 years and now he has a trike because he can no longer balance well on a bike...

...so his other bike will be sold on facebook marketplace by me :) i took it home in my car (boy is it big!), he had to get his tool to unscrew the handlebars (smart guy) or it wouldn't fit into the back of my vehicle...we took photos so we can sell it on facebook. 

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Today, I'm doing what i enjoy which is finishing the work for my ADR class...lots more to do...IN PROGRESS, finished some...DONE for now...

Then I will study using my phone app for PM...?????

I have to lift weights (unless i want to get very week?) today...not sure what time, maybe after lunch?..DONE...

I want to cook, but may wait one more day...

i also just sold some candy on facebook, some sugar free stuff, to a buyer that i stay in touch with specifically for sugar free stuff! ha!...i will drop off to her...she paid me extra, so i'll include a couple apples and cake mix for her (since i am not really interested in using a certain cake mix i bought anymore)...dropped off, DONE

Will watch the debate tonight :)

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Progress as of today: 2 lbs lost so far, only 1 lbs to go!

legcramps on 10/22/2020:
Good luck selling the bike! I'm still trying to sell one of mine...which is crazy because it's a great quality bike but no one wants it!

Horn_of_plenty on 10/22/2020:
it's prob too nice for the average rider!


grannyannie on 10/22/2020:
Bikes have been easy to sell here during the pandemic. People are either stuck at home, or ride them to work, and many don't want to take a train or underground so ride bikes.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/22/2020:
yes, i agree, lots of people wanting exercise equipment and bikes!


Maria7 on 10/22/2020:
Oh, wow! A trike! That is wonderful!

Horn_of_plenty on 10/22/2020:
it's wonderful that they are more popular for adults


Jacky82020 on 10/22/2020:
Some of those trikes look really cool. Great exercise and some have big baskets to carry stuff.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/22/2020:
yes, it looks cool like what you are describing!


bearcountrygg on 10/22/2020:
He is keeping you busy isn't he? So nice that you are helping him sell them.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/22/2020:
and i like to help him when i have time :)



horn_of_plenty - Wednesday Oct 21, 2020
(counting calories/walking/elliptical/weights)
Weight: 113.0

Today is back to getting organized/planning the next few days...

9am Breakfast: oats and raisins 300, almond milk and also coffee 100. 400.

10:30 snack: gummy starbursts, 1.5 servings = 150 cal.

12:00pm lunch mini bagel, mustard, deli pastrami 200 total, chips 150. 350.

2pm lg apple 100

3:30 fiber 1 choc chip cookie 150, some ice cream..150...just tired...but continuing to read and hopefully moving onto actually doing a paralegal assignment...lots of reading, LOTS of reading!

 6pm dinner: started out healthy - a fish cake not too big 120? on a mini bagel 130, with a little slaw salad with some dressing on it 150, followed by those starburst sour gummies...over two servings, so darn good. 240...total here: 650. decent..i will be done with this semi-large bag of startbursts soon...they are too addictive!

1950

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I will prob be home most of today, aside from a walk to pick up some things...maybe another short walk in the evening too...(thinking to do 2 short walks):

Walk 1 - DONE

Walk 2 - Bike indoors while on phone DONE

Put a small load of laundry in (figuring i'm just gonna operate more like this - small loads whenever i feel like it - until i start working again...) DONE

Back to doing my assignments for the ADR (Dispute resolution) paralegal course (try to finish this week's assignments and partial for next week...) IN PROGRESS...

Need to keep using my app for the PM test......

I was going to do my leg strength, but i feel a little tension in my calf from my weaker leg...maybe just stretches and massage??......will do stretches later tonight close to bedtime i think....did some fast rolling only - DONE

Walking to pick up my boots that i dropped off to be fixed yesterday so they will last me many more years (good brand original price i paid almost 3 years ago was $170, fashionable to wear with any outift including dress clothes, soles were very worn and i don't want rain/snow to get in them...)...not impressed with the job he did to my boots...should have communicated more about it...color is not as nice as it used to be..design of the heal is different..OH WELL i will still wear them - not about to go buying anything else in the next couple years either in terms of boots...DONE

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tempted to clean the guinea pig cage but that can wait a few more days (no need to do double work when it's not necessary)

shower / bathroom needs to be cleaned very soon....been putting this off....

NOT cooking today, but maybe tomorrow? - probably - or they veggies that came with the dish might spoil...

French friend may call today, i almost forgot about it, but it will be a faster call (not two hours).???...we'll see if this happens

monthly free therapist called...short convo, was fine. DONE

Progress as of today: 2 lbs lost so far, only 1 lbs to go!

legcramps on 10/21/2020:
I went on a bike ride on the weekend with BF and same thing with my calf - except on my stronger leg! I guess maybe I was compensating with my strong leg while we were biking. He always does push me a little more than I push myself :)

Sounds like your classes are all going well and you are staying pretty organized through the day. I love what you are filling your days with!


grannyannie on 10/21/2020:
Yea, I hate bathroom cleaning!

How was your interview?

Horn_of_plenty on 10/21/2020:
the interview went well, it seems due to my relationship with the interviewer, that things can work out in 2-4 weeks, we shall see...

stupid me to didn't realize i hadn't printed my most updated resume, and with no printer in my apt, i had to bring the "older" resume from earlier in the summer. the change isn't much, but it's just a lack of preparation on my part that i didn't go and print it at my parents house....

it was mostly ignored, ,this fact, and quickly moved over in the interview....

never did i do that before!


bearcountrygg on 10/21/2020:
Bathrooms and cats litter box are my least liked chores too.


Jacky82020 on 10/21/2020:
Me too!


Donkey on 10/22/2020:
That's too bad about the boots. I'm glad to hear that the interview went well. I call that a success.

I would wait to print out resumes and do it at your parents' house. It's not like you need a bunch of copies right now.



horn_of_plenty - Tuesday Oct 20, 2020
(counting calories/walking/elliptical/weights)
Weight: 113.0

Good Morning, up around 6:30...it will be good when the clocks change and it becomes lighter in the morning, LOL!

7am banana and pb small amout 200

10:45 back at home - pie from freezer, key lime Edwards brand, not that fresh 350, coffee 

2pm gummy starbursts, not sugar free, sour and the real deal. amazingly good. 200 with rest of coffee...i may also have a sandwich to get some protein and food in me...yeah...small sandwich 200, chips 150...i will make sure i eat some veggies later on today :)

4pm was about to reach for more gummies (i have a bag of these starburst ones), but went for a small apple. 50 TOM has me craving junk this month.

5:30 dinner: another meal i made - it was fried shrimp (good) but i put a buffalo butter sauce on them that i hated so i have the rest of the shrimp to my neighbors. 200?, salad with some olive oil 150, bacon bits 100, half an alcoholic beverage 100. 550..

..now doing upper body (pushups going poorly...maybe still recovering from farm/pantry volunteering? or losing muscle lately?)

8:30 jelly beans 100...not sure what's with my sugar cravings. my stomach is still out of whack, i think, from yesterday when i was having issues...tomorrow is a new day, but i'm looking forward to finishing a workout and going to bed sorta early tonight.

1800...

i'm a little emotionally tired / physically drained. so, i'll get some rest tonight and try to eat a little better tomorrow but i'm not craving anything healthy at the moment.

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 took a NAP back at home after the cake and coffee (yup!, even coffee wasn't gonna keep me up, it was cold/muggy/dank...and i didn't have any snacks from 7-10:45 and was getting cold)...just a 20 minute nap...

1pm-2pm picked up dad's glasses at the union hall that needed to be fixed...dropped off my nice boots that need new soles (for going back to work, hopefully), dropped off my very dirty dress pants at the dry cleaners (wore them to multiple interviews and today i knew i'd clean them after riding on the bus/subway)...this was all on foot, around 40 min walk and this morning also includes some walking (not much)...but i've done an hour's worth of walking today :)..cardio DONE

i reviewed very little on the bus/train as it was a new route and i didn't want to miss stops...but i did some PMP review. 

i'm going to start up the next bit of hw for ADR (alt dispute resolution)...in progress

i will also be cooking a meal. DONE

i will do weights later tonight DONE

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i have an interview in the city, taking publlic trans...a little nervous, but must get a move on so i'm not late..have a nice day, everyone... 

.....so interview was good....they will not hire in these couple weeks but are trying to add me after more jobs come thru which i was told could happen in 2-3 weeks...he will stay in touch with me...i know the guy (superintendent) bc i worked with him previously :)...just one thing, i don't have a printer set up, and i accidentally didn't print out my latest, updated resume that changed since summer started DUH!...but, it's ok, it is still relatively recent LOL. i'm such an idiot....LOL. I took a summer course in PM and the paralegal oops. it's ok, spoke about it...I'll print it out next time at parents' house for the future. i'm such a dimwit!  because i had interviews prior to this one, i thought the one i had was the updated one...time to fix that and throw all the old copies away...def poor preparation, i hope they forget about it! LOL, it wasn't made into a big deal at all and brushed over very quickly.

I really should take care of the printer situation, but it doesn't really make sense to get ink for printing relatively nothing...i tried the library today but forgot that this particular branch is closed. i'll have to print new resumes at my father's house sometime this week / weekend.

 

 

Progress as of today: 2 lbs lost so far, only 1 lbs to go!

grannyannie on 10/20/2020:
We set our clocks back a week ahead of you - we are doing it this coming weekend.

Good luck on your interview - you'll do great!

Horn_of_plenty on 10/20/2020:
TY TY :) it's too dark to get up so early ! haha


Jacky82020 on 10/20/2020:
You’ll do great HoP!

Horn_of_plenty on 10/20/2020:
ty, it went pretty well...i could have brought my updated resume though...lol, my resume was very recent, yes, but i didn't print out the latest one...that i just fixed like a couple weeks ago. this one was from before July (so it's not old...just missed a few updates) dumby haha

Horn_of_plenty on 10/20/2020:
i usually don't do things like this...it's bc i do not use a printer at home or i would have printed it last night...no excuse, but, there it is.


innerpeace on 10/20/2020:
Good luck at your interview! I would rather the time not change...it will get dark by 5:30 not leaving much time to do anything after work.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/20/2020:
i totally udnerstand and yes it does get too dark in general this time of year!


Donkey on 10/20/2020:
Good luck at the interview!!! Sending positive vibes your way!!!

Horn_of_plenty on 10/20/2020:
THANK YOU.



horn_of_plenty - Monday Oct 19, 2020
(counting calories/walking/elliptical/weights)
Weight: 113.0

Good Morning :)

Home Today, maybe out for a walk though ? - weather is sunny, beautiful.

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9:30AM breakfast: hot cereal 150, with water accidentally, chocolate 60, little more chocolte 120...350...

kombucha 50

1pm lunch: some lettuce, celeste white pizza of which had too much white sauce, took a lot off 400, fried eggplant frozen portion 150. 550., fiber one large choc chip cookie 150, little too full...coffee...just want carbs right now (TOM)

3:30pm-4pm gummies  small apple 50, 100

6:45: kombucha, chocolate 50

7:00-7:30 dinner: mini bagel 130 with small amount of pastrami 70, chips 150. 350, seltzer mixed with a higher alcholic beverage 100.

1750..

oh man - i just can't buy this specific brand of gummies again....it produces too much indigestion / gas / diarrhea... ah well. i had bought two different new brands and this specific brand gives me too many troubles. the brand is called: SMASHGUMMY...i may just throw the last packages out. 

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Doing my ADR assignments online for the class that starts today...i HAVE TO REMEMBER THAT IT IS NOT IMPORTANT TO DO THIS COURSE FASTER THAN IT IS SUPPOSED TO GO! and that i should still be studying for the PM Test :) that is why I will not be rushing this ADR course...I have more than one subject to concentrate on...

I am going to skip weights today - a little sore..i may change my mind later, not sure...

I will do leg strength exercises later...maybe during judge judy?

i will use my phone app to review for PMP exam 

I should cook the broccoli soon....

I WILL cook a shrimp meal tonight (OR TOMORROW) delivery came with two more meals - i will now end the service today ...these meals were really, really good from Home Chef but they are out of budget and too "rich" to eat every week.

Progress as of today: 2 lbs lost so far, only 1 lbs to go!

bearcountrygg on 10/19/2020:
I usually make my hot cereal with water...and like it.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/19/2020:
i usually need something more in it....but i may do Annie's thing below and add milk after it's cooked!


grannyannie on 10/19/2020:
I make my porridge (oatmeal) with water and cinnamon and put berries, stevia and oat milk on top.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/19/2020:
yes, i've started to see people adding milk afterwards, after it's cooked...i may start with that too!


Jacky82020 on 10/19/2020:
I add water, cinnamon and stevia to my Fiber One and cook in microwave for a minute. Not bad. Preferred brown sugar like the husband puts on his oatmeal, but 45 Cals in a big spoonful,

Horn_of_plenty on 10/19/2020:
You microwave the cold original fiber one cereal? I used to absolutely LOVE the original fiber one...but then the recipe changed drastically. It used to taste very sweet to me. And now it tastes like cardboard. I don't know why. Maybe i need to add stevia to it? I don't think i used to?


Jacky82020 on 10/19/2020:
Love Judge Judy. Record her and watch after dinner. Like Hot Bench too.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/19/2020:
I also like the People's Court :)


Jacky82020 on 10/19/2020:
Yes, I add water to the cold Fiber One, cinnamon and stevia & microwave So it’s like a hot cereal. Would hate the taste of it dry or with milk. It’s the best low Calorie source of fiber I know of. Only eat dry cereals as desserts.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/19/2020:
i like that...i'd even have any cereal with milk and call it a dessert also!


Jacky82020 on 10/19/2020:
Did you ever try that Judge Kevin? This black dude? After ten minutes of it I was like give me a break! It was so fake! Turns out the judge & the litigants were actors. Whole thing a total fake. Not sure if he’s still on.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/19/2020:
NO...i never got a chance to watch that one. what kinda channel was it on?


Jacky82020 on 10/19/2020:
Been so long I don’t remember

Horn_of_plenty on 10/19/2020:
ok, well, i guess it's not important since you said it wasn't too good! haha!


Jacky82020 on 10/19/2020:
Lol! Got that right! Did you know the Judge Judy audience is all paid extras? Makes it easier and they don’t want a sea of old people



horn_of_plenty - Sunday Oct 18, 2020
(counting calories/walking/elliptical/weights)
Weight: 113.0

good thing about this TOM cycle...no pre-TOM issues, just TOM today. LOL....this is a good thing as many months i suffered during Covid with bad pains leading up to TOM, but this time it just came on the day...pain and all. so, i think my body is doing better from staying busier lately....

 

9am Breakfast:leftover small amount of pasta (lol) 150 - not much, and coffee 50. 200...

11am going to read, one coconut chocolate...bad cramps, will need a pain reliever today...100

12:45 since TOM is here, i am craving just carbs...had a nice, big plain bagel filled with cream cheese, fresh and warm, from bagel store on the way to the farm 700

while/after farming: chocolates 150

5:30pm dinner: there wasn't much bread at store, bought thomas' mini bagels. good change of pace, too...so a mini bagel 120 with a little bit of patrami 80i bought. i have given into temptations today at the supermarket...lots of cakes, cookies, chips...i think it was TOM speaking to me ha!...slice key lime pie 350

Apple small 50, chocolates 60

1810... really tired from the physical activity I did this weekend which made me really happy but I'm just pretty tired now lol  

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I work up a little sore, but nothing serious, just my upper body/back was sore, but not lower body! that's a first! because yesterday, although i was on my feet for 4 hours, it wasn't continual walking, so i'm only sore from all the lifting/sorting/bending/pulling! so nice from this volunteering experience. I also woke up with slight PMS feeling of cramps...hopefully that comes soon.

Today is also the farm, 1-4...i should be ok. no weights today and i may skip them come monday also???, just doing some leg strength exercises.

I have been relaxing when not volunteering, trying to read ADR/mediation book and trying to study pmp test. the reading is going better than test studying...reading i have done well.

i look forwarrd to Monday, i will do homework for the new ADR class and hopefully finish a good majority of lessons 1-2.

i got a lot of veggies from volunteering at the pantry...the were offered...and i took them. uh, why not!? why would i go to supermarket and pay money when i can take some veggies free after working for them? they are fresh and good. so another week goes by for me not purchasing any veggies at the supermarket. i may get a few more at the farm today, as well! :)

 

Progress as of today: 2 lbs lost so far, only 1 lbs to go!

Donkey on 10/18/2020:
Isn't that a great feeling in your upper body? So not only did you do good deeds, but you did good work too!

As long as free vegetables are offered at the farm, I would gladly accept. As you asked yourself, Why not? Is someone giving you a hard time about that? or are you feeling guilty about accepting this gift? You should not feel guilty AT ALL. This is the "fruit of your labor", literally and figuratively. If the farm wants to share their bounty with the volunteers, then go for it.

Look at it this way, If you DIDN'T accept the free vegetables, there is a chance that they would spoil, and that truly would be a shame, wouldn't it?

I kind of figured that reading was going easier for you than studying. Just seemed that way from what you write.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/18/2020:
...i was offered free produce to take at the end of my volunteering yesterday at the PANTRY for the needy :) ... i took that yesterday!!!! it was GOOD FOOD. i could have even probably taken everything they were giving out, but, i took some nice produce and a meal for lunch...and went on my merry may home. I figure i'm not rich, i did good work, let me enjoy the produce....there DID seem to be enough for staff to enjoy in addition to the community...they were seriously unloading trucks for HOURS.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/18/2020:
in the past, i would probably not take it, but the food was tempting, healthy, good condition, and i tried to work my hardest there. so i took it!


grannyannie on 10/18/2020:
Hope your back pain eases soon. I love the feeling of muscle soreness which means I've built some muscle or done hard work.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/18/2020:
yes, no straining or injury...so i will be back soon...just cramps that are annoying me now!


bearcountrygg on 10/18/2020:
Good idea to get the studying in now before you get back to working.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/18/2020:
yes :)


Maria7 on 10/18/2020:
That is so wonderful that you can get your fresh veggies from working on the farm. That is good exercise, too. I got '3' ears of corn at the grocery store today for $3...yes, $1 each and their produce is quite high but I also got 3 yellow summer squashes that were about $3...I think they were $2.49 a lb. or so and got '1' green bell pepper for about a dollar...So, that is a blessing that you can get your fresh veggies working on the farm. Saves a lot. Have a blessed day.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/18/2020:
yes, i am saving a LOT on veggies right now....a ton. today i splurged at the supermarket on a bit of splurge items (not veggies/fruits), but i was thankful that i have had a LOT of cost savings over the past 1.5 months on vegetables.

I am SURE i have saved well over $50 on veggies since I started at the farm...maybe more.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/18/2020:
and then the good produce yesterday from the pantry that i was offered, so i took some, i have a good deal going on!

Horn_of_plenty on 10/18/2020:
and today...i got FREE Delicata squash, more eggplant, 4 ears of corn, and a small zucchini, all from the farm free...so let's add that up using your prices:

$4 for the corn, at least, small amount of squash, so, $3...and eggplant $2...

so right here, it's almost $10 :)

Horn_of_plenty on 10/18/2020:
and yesterday from pantry, the food prob cost $15.


Donkey on 10/18/2020:
Apologies for misunderstanding your post. I still say it's a good thing to accept the produce from the food pantry (not the farm). Produce can turn (go bad) so quickly. My reasons remain the same. :-)

Horn_of_plenty on 10/19/2020:
thanks, JD :)



horn_of_plenty - Saturday Oct 17, 2020
(counting calories/walking/elliptical/weights)
Weight: 113.0

breakfast: oats and raisins 300, almond ,milk 50...350

snacks: coconut candies....mounds 150

8am-12pm...Volunteering....went well...actually somehow got there on time, even though i waited quite a while for the bus in the morning...it all worked out. lots of bending/lifting/packing/cleaning/cutting down boxes...GREAT exercise, 4 hours, i'm beat!, LOL...this volunteering was great, i took the lead at times, showing the delivery guys where to put the produce, organizing, helping...was good.

12:15 lunch, served by chef at volunteer place cooking for us (i said to myself, let me eat this and then i'll just go home and relax!): rice 200, fried fish 200, salad 100...500...some biscuit 100

1pm-2pm coffee/apple 50, gummies 100, ice cream 100

 5:30pm grapes 100

7:30 dinner fish cake, very good, 200?? not that big..crackers 250/, small cup of some sangria from fridge 100

2050..

"no cardio"

tons of volunteering, sweat a lot, burned a lot of cals :)

 

Progress as of today: 2 lbs lost so far, only 1 lbs to go!

Jacky82020 on 10/17/2020:
How do you keep your weight so constant? I’ve never been able to do that and really don’t care. Used to be 100-104, then 105-108, then 108-112 and so forth and so on up to 140 or maybe worse. Bad memories! Those days are gone forever.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/17/2020:
good question! it took me several years to get it back down to this number, which i've maintained for 4 1/2 years.

the more i can be moderate, eating moderate calories everyday and feeling satisfied so i don't binge, the easier it is for me to keep my weight in check.

sometimes it starts to shift above 115lbs and closer to the upper teens...i try to take a step back when that happens...usually through watching what i eat more closely (not really by adding in more exercise)..

Horn_of_plenty on 10/17/2020:
growing up, i was always on the lighter side but got into bad eating habits around 18-22 and lost a lot of weight around 20-22 but couldn't maintain it because of job/life changes...after things settled down, i started to work on it again, and over many years i learned how to be able to eat all types of food (but i do reach towards veggies if i want to overeat still...) and be satisified...and i learned how to be more moderate with some food...and still feel satisfied. i rely also on seltzers, lighter drinks, and other stuff to indulge on...

Horn_of_plenty on 10/17/2020:
some days, i think to myself i should write a food autobiography.


bearcountrygg on 10/17/2020:
Oatmeal with fruit is the best.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/17/2020:
i think so too...just realized i'm out of raisins! ahhhhh!


Jacky82020 on 10/17/2020:
HoP, You are my new role model! I want to be as thin and fit as you are!

Horn_of_plenty on 10/17/2020:
i may be lean...but i could really stand to up my cardio / up my strength...too much time on the couch these past few months...i've gotten a LOT of rest :) haha, thanks for your support!


Jacky82020 on 10/17/2020:
You’ve done great, kid. And maintained. Quite the accomplishment.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/17/2020:
thank you. i cannot do a lot of yo-yoing...it stresses me out too much!


Jacky82020 on 10/17/2020:
The way you do it is the best. Yo yo bad !


grannyannie on 10/18/2020:
Great job on maintaining for 4 years!

Agree that oatmeal (porridge) with fruit is best for breakfast.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/18/2020:
thanks...i'm not sure i want such carb-loaded breakfasts once i return to work tho...i think i'm going ot need more protein to keep me going for days that are longer, less sleep, more hours awake...


grannyannie on 10/18/2020:
I have read that those who maintain for 5 years are more have this in common: consistent with workout out, eat healthy but allow themselves occasional treats.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/18/2020:
THANK YOU for sharing. i had not remembered / read this exact statement and it makes me very excited to challenge myself / hold myself accountable to that standard!!!! :)

I will reach Five years once April rolls around. I had reached 115lbs for my sister's wedding in 2016, April. It's easy for me to remember dates. and that is when my weight really turned stable as well. the year leading up to her wedding was my final 10lbs loss :)!!!!---i think around 125 down to 115. :) happy moments that year in weight but also really upsetting emotional times when i was a little too exhausted with work...


Donkey on 10/18/2020:
No need for cardio with all that activity!

Your ability to maintain is amazing to me. I'm more like Jacky where I have a weight "range" - and this drives me nuts. Your weight numbers seem to be very stable.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/18/2020:
no, no...i do have a range, around a 5lb range on both ends, but usually staying in the smaller 5 lb range of just +2/3lbs up and do...but sometimes it can go higher (not lower usually). if that makes sense.

i do have the range, i do not weigh or report my numbers here often.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/18/2020:
i don't report often bc it is stable enough that i do not feel a need...fingers crossed, knock on wood!

Horn_of_plenty on 10/18/2020:
also, being SINGLE, being fully in control of what i buy and what i eat...nobody to have to worry about or eat the same food as, it is EASIER to maintain than for people living with a family / loved ones...more food scenarios. i think my situation is easier than for many. i don't have to eat at certain times, certain meals. it's all on my own ;)



horn_of_plenty - Friday Oct 16, 2020
(counting calories/walking/elliptical/weights)
Weight: 113.0

up around 8:45...had a nice chat with French friend, Joyce :) videochat..couple hours.

breakfast: oats, raisins 300, almond milk and coffee 100

snacks 2 chocolates 100

rainy day - took a nap from 1:30pm-2:30pm...

2:30 pita chips 300

5pm early healthy dinner: fish cake over slaw salad, one of the meals i ordered to cook at home :) was very good. the cucumbers spoiled bc i waited too long, so i replaced the cucumbers with small green peppers and radishes from the farm from when i was volunteering a week ago! :) 600  (healthy protein, some olive oil, healthy veggies...felt good to eat this because i haven't been eating very healthy food the past couple weeks).  i have a lot of leftovers, too :) 3 more fish cakes!  dessert is small ice cream 100

snack 7:45pm-8:45 before weights ice cream x2 120, 120, apple 100

1850...

 I may skip weight lifting until Tomorrow ...we'll see....but that's not smart, because i will be TIRED after volunteering for four hours straight, on my feet....

8pm weights - so will try to get it done, tonight...but later..:)

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I will cook a tillapia fish cake meal :) DONE...tasty.

I have put laundry away and cleaned up a bit...DONE

i'm reading my ADR book...DONE for today

and need to study more for the PMP...starting now at approx 6pm...DONE for now

starting to crave cookies....will have to purchase something at supermarket soon, along with more seltzer....and hopefully i get some veggies from the farm on Sunday when i volunteer again - may need to supplement and actually buy some at the supermarket, we'll see based on what happens with the farm on Sunday when i go back :)

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Tomorrow I volunteer for 4 hours at local food pantry prep / food prep...and now i have good food at home to come home to :)

Sunday I'm going to Farm...hopefully get some free veggies out of it....finally using up all my farm veggies in the next few days ;)

Monday is quiet...my new ADR (paralegal) class starts on Monday though! i have finished almost 2 of the 7 chapters of reading - i will be starting (and possibly finishing) at least one week of the 7 week course on Monday!

I have an interview (connections) Tuesday for a possiblle real job... i'm really thankful for it, i'm thinking it's going to work out, based on the conversation on i had with someone...but, you never know. i'm not sure exactly who will be at the interview, but, i'll  come prepared and dressed appropriately. will take public transportation there and get back into commuting....

Progress as of today: 2 lbs lost so far, only 1 lbs to go!

grannyannie on 10/16/2020:
Good luck on your interivew. Feels good to volunteer, doesn't it?

Tilapia was a very common fish to eat in Uganda. I never tried it though, but should have.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/16/2020:
yes - i could have possibly volunteered a bit earlier like in the summer, instead of only working at the farm...but, now i know there's a lot of possibilities for volunteering and close to me. ...

I'm not needy like the people we are packing food for...and for that i am glad i can do something to help, so yes volunteering is soooo wonderful like you say!

Tilapia is very healthy, light, white fish. healthy. i'm so glad i have some extra patties to eat the next couple days. need more health in my diet. too much junk lately !


bearcountrygg on 10/16/2020:
Good luck with the new job possibility.....hope it is something that you would enjoy!

Horn_of_plenty on 10/16/2020:
i'm extremely thankful for the opportunity and it looks like it may work out. for that, i can only be extremely thankful.


Donkey on 10/17/2020:
Did you get to your weights last night? Sadly, I looked at mine, thought of you, and silently apologized to you for not joining you. I was just done with the day.

I'm so glad that you have found another volunteering opportunity, and how impactful your contribution is. Not that the farm isn't meaningful or impactful - because I wholeheartedly believe that it is (I'm beginning to love your farm) - but working at a food pantry really makes an immediate impact to those who are suffering.

Good luck with your interview! Connections or not, every job interview is totally worth the experience.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/17/2020:
i actually did do weights, knowing it wouldn't be good to do it today after volunteering (so glad they are done!)...

Food pantry i hope to do, when i have time (when i go back to work, i will not be wanting to do it often)...so maybe it will happen when i am more free, certain times of the year only...we'll see.

the food pantry was AMAZING. the workers were HARD CORE. i was the weak one! ha! GREAT EXPERIENCE.



horn_of_plenty - Thursday Oct 15, 2020
(counting calories/walking/elliptical/weights)
Weight: 113.0

breakfast: oats and raisins, almond milk 350

snack: reece's small pieces 150

lunch: mc donalds fries 300, chicken nuggets 200, iced coffee 0, apple 100...600

5pm-5:30pm snacks gummies 100, pb 100, pita crackers 150.

dinner leftover pasta, spiked seltzer 600

2050 approx

(Tomorrow i do weights)

today i'll do leg exercises, maybe a bike ride on stationary, indoors (not wanting to go back outside, really, even though the weather is good)...

and now i'm back to reading for the Alt Dispute Resolution ADR class....

...and reviewing my phone app for the PM test....

i also want to prepare a slaw-salad that i have in the fridge that came with one of my meals, before it goes bad...maybe wait to cook tomorrow?

also, i did my laundry for the week today instead of waiting until tomorrow.

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former coworker called late in the morning - there's a position open in a queens contracting company (electric) in union...excellent opportunity for me to apply...i did...we shall see...this would be good...

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The best thing I could have done is to have signed up to be part of this wonderful organization of volunteers: New York Cares. Today I worked with another group of amazing folks from all places (mostly Queens/Manhattan) /ages/ethnicities (just wonderful) to pack up food for the needy / homebound.  It was in an area called Long Island City which is in Queens (not Long Island haha) and very close to NYC. The traffic was HORENDOUS...and took an hour to get there (no traffic takes 15-20min) and parking was terrble...but the experience was GREAT!   

so, i'll try to see about volunteering in other closer areas to me / use public transportation / get back into the swing of being a public transportation commuter...all good things to do  before I probably go back to work (November?).  No, i don't have a job lined up - but, i am thinking something is going to work out before I lose my health insurance / unemployment. It's going to work out, i'm actually not too worried at this moment in time.

It was packing food / measuring into smaller bagged servings...standing up for around 3 hours...which is better than me sitting on a couch all morning. much better.

I signed up to volunteer again, Saturday morning, closer to my neighborhood (much closer).

Progress as of today: 2 lbs lost so far, only 1 lbs to go!

grannyannie on 10/15/2020:
Bravo for volunteering!

OMG do you actually drive in NYC?

Horn_of_plenty on 10/15/2020:
SHOOT...I just deleted my comment to you! LOL first time doing that in AWHILE!

grrrr....

volunteering was good, lost some energy once i got home, but, this is good i'm getting up and being more active! :) thank you.

where i was today was not in NYC - Manhattan. It was in Long Island City which is still Queens, one of the boroughs of NYC but not Manhattan. LIC is still slightly less crazy / crowded than NYC. but the parking - blows!

I really should not have driven today bc the traffic at the time i went was just terrible. On Saturday, I will prob take a local bus to another closer area in queens with bad parking as well...no need to get frustated finding a spot when i can take a bus (Saturday!)

but driving into the city, especially now with covid and more traffic, is not usually worth it...unless you want to blow your money on a parking spot....driving into the city should be done sparsly! :)

Horn_of_plenty on 10/15/2020:
i have driven into the city / bronx....but it's not great when it comes to looking for a spot...LOL

today i got lucky: found a metered spot after prob searching for 15 minutes...it only cost $5 to park instead of $15-$20 in a garage, thank gosh


grannyannie on 10/15/2020:
I would be a total wreck driving in a city now. I haven't done it for so long. When I go into the city - Glasgow - I park in town at the ferry, take ferry, then train right into the centre of the city. No stress. Costs a fortune to park there, plus taking your car on the ferry.

OMG I'd give anything to be able to do a day trip to Glasgow...but, Covid.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/16/2020:
maybe you can go soon?



horn_of_plenty - Wednesday Oct 14, 2020
(counting calories/walking/elliptical/weights)
Weight: 113.0

Good Morning.

I've been productive with phone calls / finishing up some organizing. slept in till 9am but overall feeling good today.

I will call a lawyer who interviewed me a week ago...see where he is at in terms of hiring...DONE...he said he's call me, LOL.

Weather is great, I would like to head outside for a walk to pick up a battery for the smoke detector at dollar store. DONE

applied to a few jobs...DONE

6-7:30pm later (late afternoon?) is also weights for upper body. DONE!

I am reading my book for ADR (paralegal) DONE for today

studying on my app for the PM (project manager) test...tonight DONE!

I was going to cook another meal, but i see that as possibly happening tomorrow instead of today :)

well, another exciting, good thing i'll be doing is bagging food to be delivered to the needy by volunteering at a food pantry site tomorrow morning until noon :) ...feels good to do good!

plan to volunteer at least 1x a week with the food pantry / NY Cares foundation because there's tons of volunteer opportunities they have lined up online! :)

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breakfast: change of pace - the noodle dish i made last night with some walnuts / cheese in it - small amount 400, coffee 50. 

candy 150, kombucha 50

Lunch: more of the pasta 400, sauteed broccoli 100?, small ice cream bar 100. 600

4:30-5pm gummies, seltzer before lifting weights 100, ice cream 100

7:20 apple 100

160 in coconut chocolate mounds...and will have a greek yogurt with cocoa mixed in also and stevia 200.

1900..

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6 Advanced Topics - in the process of registering / choosing classes and making sure i get refunded for dropping the course i was going to take in January and instead taking it with these courses for a combined Advanced Certificiate (i admit it's not going to help much as jobs require EXPERIENCE, but, it can help if i am able to get myself into either NYC or NYS Law for future.

below is not the exact order i'm choosing to take them, except for ADR, which i will take starting in 5 days...

1- Alternative Dispute Resolution (Amicable Dispute Resolution) - my interest, related to how my union resolves a lot of conflicts for it's workers so i feel it's sort of related to my job now...and i already had the book because i prepurchased it thinking i'd only take a course on Alternative Dispute resolution, but I realize that combining studies here with the topics below is more helpful to me....taking this one NOW

2- Business Law

3- Bankruptcy Law - job market is good - i see lots

4- Real Property Law

5- Estate Planning - job market is good - i see some

6- Family Law - job market 

Progress as of today: 2 lbs lost so far, only 1 lbs to go!

grannyannie on 10/14/2020:
Sounds like a good day and optimistic.

Horn_of_plenty on 10/14/2020:
i'm trying to be! i signed up to volunteer at a food pantry (just bagging food to be delivered) tomorrow morning.


grannyannie on 10/14/2020:
Good for you to volunteer!

Horn_of_plenty on 10/14/2020:
yes, it makes a person feel good.


bearcountrygg on 10/14/2020:
Sounds like a good day!

Horn_of_plenty on 10/14/2020:
it was ;)



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