we're off to buy a car today!
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Geez, that's what I've lost during the application process/LSAT prep. No way is it going back on.
Yeah. After my failure with ADD meds, I saw a specialist and went on a strict no gluten, no refined sugar diet. And started walking/running 5 miles a day. I had never taken off four kids worth of baby weight, and so am now back to where I should be. And it's not going back on. My school better have a 24 hour gym.
i didn't realize it was cumulative.
Yeah, only if you have them pretty close together, like I did. And if you're nursing, you can never get the last 10 off until your kid weans. Usually, I had two nurslings at a time, so it definitely became cumulative. Plus, for a couple of years, when my autistic sons were young, I became a lot more sedentary. And stress doesn't help. Anyway, since my mom and grandfather both died of diabetes (like many Indians do,) I knew I had to do something, and dealing with the ADD gave me an incentive.
Is anyone worried about the freshman 15 striking back in law school? I tend to eat unhealthy foods when I'm stressed, and I don't expect to find much time for exercise.
Stotan: I doubt it.