I watched the documentary Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead on Netflix tonight. It is quite inspiring if the stuff that Joe Cross presents in the film actually works. His site, Reboot with Joe, is packed with a lot of great information as well.
I've been doing some research all over the place, other than Google and/or Wikipedia, for the last few hours and I came across some really good information regarding weight loss by "juicing." I even found a few podcasts like JuicingRadio and a couple of others that I bookmarked.
Now... I wonder if my brother would be willing to work with me and come up with some sort of plan to help me lose a few of these bowling balls I'm carrying around all of the time. Hey bro, do you have a juicer? If not, wanna go half and half on a good one? Then we'll just need to find some farmer's markets to hit up. I won't pay the insane prices at Whole Foods Market or Uwajimaya.
It's a New Year, but I've yet to turn the page to create a new me. I think it's about time to turn the page and head down the road of making a new me. The new page hasn't been written yet, and I want page 2014 to have a great story to tell.
Do I sound like one of those "me to" people that hears or sees something good and wants to jump on the bandwagon? That's not my intentions here. I really do need to lose a lot of weight and become active again. All I do is work, then come home and sit in front of the computer until I get bored, then I go to sleep. Lather, wash, rinse, repeat...day in and day out. Now I just need the motivation and people around me to cheer me on to get going with the process.