Tim Hatch: Educator. Author. Tired.

Journal

Weekly Check In – 9/2/2020

Fifty nine weeks out from surgery, and here are the numbers I care about: Weight: 238 Blood Sugar: 107 Up three pounds, which…fuuuuuuuuck. Okay, honestly, I’ve already looked over the last week and the food intake was identical to previous weeks so there’s no “bad behavior” (I hate the weird morality we assign to eating)...

Weekly Check In – 8/26/2020

Fifty eight weeks out from surgery, and here are the numbers I care about: Weight: 235 Blood Sugar: 113 Maintaining and pretty happy about that given how little I’ve exercised this last week month. It’s been too hot and I’ve been a little concerned about my left foot, which is only 35% excuse. I’m honestly...

Weekly Check In – 8/19/2020

Fifty seven weeks out from surgery, and here are the numbers I care about: Weight: 235 Blood Sugar: 101 And up one pound. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Not to seem too flippant, but honestly this has happened so many times it’s hard to get too wound up about it anymore. I’m writing this on Thursday instead of Wednesday,...

Weekly Check In – 8/12/2020

Fifty six weeks out from surgery, and here are the numbers I care about: Weight: 234 Blood Sugar: 100 So. I lost three pounds. I have no idea how I lost three pounds, but again, I’ve given up on the mysteries of the human body. For all I know, tomorrow I could be 238. Here,...

Weekly Check In – 8/5/2020

Fifty five weeks out from surgery, and here are the numbers I care about: Weight: 237 Blood Sugar: 102 Back from vacation, and down a pound. Pretty damn thrilled with that, as there were a couple rich meals on our way down the Oregon coast last week, and a truly amazing dinner at Halfway Station...

Weekly Check In – 7/29/2020

Fifty four weeks out from surgery, and here are the numbers I care about: Weight: 2?? Blood Sugar: ??? Yeah, I’m still on vacation. I’m still eating responsibly, although I had my richest, carbiest meal in a year and a half last Sunday, courtesy my sister-in-law Telishia. The woman knows how to cook pasta, damn....