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Meh.

Clocks are real, time is a man-made construct.

Why wait for a specific day & not make changes whenever you need to or should?

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Going to try some portion control this year.  Then work my way into eating healthier.   I know, username checks out, but actually not too far overweight, just need to get back to feeling a bit better (physically, not emotionally lulz)

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I'm lucky enough to be fairly healthy for a guy who guzzles box wine like a Blue Whale slurping up ocean.

Yesterday I mostly switched to water, but in a wine glass so I wouldn't start screaming at the lizards on the floor.

Figure I'll do this for a few weeks and let the old liver heal up some.

Or, fuck it, maybe just drink twice as much box wine. Shit's cheap.

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Pay off my remaining non-mortgage debt (student loan and car.)  And then start attacking the mortgage aggressively but that will most likely be late 2020 if not '21.

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5 hours ago, Nice Guy Eddie said:

Pay off my remaining non-mortgage debt (student loan and car.)  And then start attacking the mortgage aggressively but that will most likely be late 2020 if not '21.

refinance through CommonBond   (your student loan).  I was wowed by them today.  then again, I was still mocking Mormons.  

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14 hours ago, Lobo said:

refinance through CommonBond   (your student loan).  I was wowed by them today.  then again, I was still mocking Mormons.  

appreciate the advice. I'm just going to knock it out over the next 6 months and the current rate isn't that bad anyway.

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On 1/2/2020 at 4:45 PM, markstanco said:

I'm going to start smoking.

You could start smoking AND lose weight.

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Personal;ly, I am going to kick my butt back into shape.  Lost almost 30 lbs a couple of years ago, but have been steadily putting it back on.  I need to get my beach bod back by summer.  It all starts with smart choices and portion control.  And realizing you're not as hungry as your mind is telling you.

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