Wednesday, June 25, 2008

The End of NaComLeavMo

I made it! I did it! Boy, was that a lot of work. But I loved reading lots of new blogs, and hopefully you tolerated mine well enough.

I'm going to be making some changes around here in coming weeks. My blog is going to have some new hours. Specifically, I will only be posting on weekends, unless I really need to vent during the week. I promise to stop by your places once in a while, mostly on the weekends, but I sadly won't be around the blogohood much at all. The Big Project is in full swing, and things are gonna by wild for me over the next few months.

As for TTC, I'm feeling kind of zen about it, and what will be will be. The fertility/nutrition book came, and I'm hoping to find time to pick up a new supplement regimen tomorrow, and we'll see what happens with that. It's funny, my doctors haven't even mentioned my weight, but the book recommends gaining as little as 5-7 pounds to even out a long cycle. Thinking back, my cycle has been lengthening since I lost about 5 lbs, so I'm going to work really hard on that, too. I'm not sure cheese sticks and a reuben with fries, washed down with a coke, count as "nutrition," but that's what I went with tonight. And now, I NEED lemonade.

Happy End of NaComLeavMo to you, too!

3 comments:

Io said...

Mmmm...reuben. Yum.
I am so happy that NCLM is over - it was fun, but man, I didn't realize how exhausting it would be!
I hope the Big Project goes well - we'll see you on the weekends!

Heather said...

I need to clean up my diet. I was doing so well with a macrobiotic diet for infertility until my daughter went to her grandparents for a few weeks. I think diet definitely makes a difference in fertility. I know if I stay off dairy foods, I don't seem to have as many endometriosis symptoms.

JamieD said...

Congratulations on finishing NCLM!! That is a major feat - I made it for two weeks and it was TOUGH.

I completely understand about the hours. There are some days when I feel really needy and am blogging and reading all the time and other days I don't even log on. But when I do get back on, I am anxious to catch up with everyone. Speaking of, I need to get back to Google Reader . . .