Day 2 of Thrive

So It’s the end of day 2 and I figured now was as good a time as any to jot down some thoughts.

I made a french press today around noon, and I realized as I made it that I wasn’t really paying close attention to the water volume or to the timer. This is highly unusual for me. I’m quite OCD when it comes to my french press process. 6 scoops, water at 204, 8 mins of steep time.

Today I failed to measure my water volume for a half press, and forgot to set the timer. About 5 mins in I realized I didn’t even really need the coffee, so I dumped it out before even bothering to press it.

Weird. 

So, I had a ton of energy today, felt very focused (and relaxed, which is odd for me) and I was really productive. I spoke with a few people who are already quite athletic, and I think a couple of people are as curious as I am when it comes to being even healthier, more athletic, performing at a higher level, and all of the other things that come with good supplementation.

Alright. I still feel great, and I hope it continues. Yes I still have TONS of reservations about the whole MLM world and I don’t know if I’m really going to be able to make anything substantial happen, but I am certainly enjoying the bump from the supplements, and if a few of my buddies try it and enjoy the same benefits, for the next few years or more, then at least we will all be much faster on our bikes and on our feet.

At any rate, today was another good day. My shoulder/LUQ pain is really, really minimal. My legs and shoulders are BARELY sore from yesterday and all of the awesome thrashing we did. I’m ready to ride bikes tomorrow with JAIME on his “Bicycle Built For Two Billion” nationwide RV book tour, and it will ROCK.

This weekend I will start my book report on the product ingredient list. I intend to go through every piece of each product and use proper sources to validate the safety and efficacy of each ingredient. I hope the research proves fruitful, and I hope it helps others to make an informed decision.

Goodnight virtual world.