All about that food

For those of you who’ve done Michelle Bridges 12 Week Body Transformation and liked the food and the ease of meal planning but went off the exercise plans (or have your own to follow), try Voome!

It’s all the 12WBT recipes, meal plans, shopping lists, along with quite a few set workouts that you can choose from but not the planned 12 weeks worth of activities. Voome has also dropped the community forums – I must say I’ll probably miss those a tiny bit, because there’s something meanly entertaining about people discovering for the first time since they stopped paying attention in health and nutrition class at school that they should probably eat a bloody non-deep fried vegetable once in a while.

Instead of paying $200 per 12 week round, it’s less than one dollar a day – $6.99 a week, so $363.48c a year.

Ever since I started my first 12WBT round back in November 2012, Jeremy and I have appreciated the meal plans and shopping lists taking us away from eating the same meals over and over again, and getting us to cram more vegetables in our diets. I highly recommend it, and with Voome it got a whole lot cheaper and easier to do.

#notsponsored #youdneverguessthough



Turns out if you reformat your phone and only re-add apps as you need them, you forget to re-add the WordPress app and thus forget to blog the tail end of the year.

Turns out that if you have a trying work year your running life suffers.

Turns out if you don’t (hindsight and mathematics) train sufficiently for Six Inch it sucks the life out of you by Aid 1 and you withdraw.

Very happy I did.

Turns out that if things don’t go to plan there are often some positives to be found, one being that because I didn’t continue on and run until it became a death march on course close to cut-off time I haven’t developed any injuries from the race and am in good shape to enter Lark Hill 25k.