My diabetes avoidance blog – on Morals – weekend – part two – Be Kind

I’ve made some adjustments to this week’s blog. I hope you enjoy reading it. Thank you for taking the time out of your busy day. Hermione. #amwritingblog

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I’d stopped doing handstands and sit ups. Usually I do several a day to keep the flab at bay.

As I told you, I put on a great deal of weight in 2017. Since that terrible year, I pay more attention than I ever did to my daily rituals. I lost the weight by paying attention to everything I ate, increasing my exercise and changing my life-style from sedentary (supporting teaching in colleges), to its opposite, unpacking goods and standing/walking about in a shop. My partner also helped me by sharing one evening meal a day with me whilst on holiday and taking me on a couple of very long walks, I Never believed I was capable of.

A Twitter user asked the question recently, what would you recommend to do with children? I recommended rituals. I learnt to build in something to do with my children over the years…

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Currently, whist working on long fiction, I write short stories, poetry, essays and blog weekly. I appeared on Blog Talk Radio, 2016, interview across continents with Susan Wingate. See my twitter account: herziloph, pinned tweet; Award nominee, Jointly-published and Indie writer. Nominated for the Avon and Authonomy First Lines prize, 2014 and the H. G. Wells Grand Prize for Fiction, 2013. My flash fiction is published with Open: Journal of Arts and Letters.

2 thoughts on “My diabetes avoidance blog – on Morals – weekend – part two – Be Kind

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