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First few days of newborn life beat me up a little

Kevin Lindquist
January 7, 2022
We knew it was going to be tough having a newborn and keeping up some of our good morning routines and habits. We talked about it and prepared for it. It still beat us up. I got back to a little emotional eating. Haven’t had as many veggie heavy meals. Less consistent in my workouts and my journaling habit here. But look at me! After a week of what could’ve been a big downward spiral I have a positive attitude and acted to make things better. What happened that pushed me to break the potential downward spiral? I talked about it more, because I am starting to record some podcasts/events I’m excited to release. And I was proud of a workout I did - well really just me recording my one rep max attempts on bench, squat and deadlift. Maybe I shouldn’t be proud of some numbers - but I pushed myself a little. Pushed myself in terms of effort and in terms of being vulnerable and recording the attempts for another video I’m putting together. I just recorded a great event with a mental health pro I’m excited to announce soon. In that conversation I spent a lot of time talking about my challenges and that prevented me from wanting to use food to cope with any type of discomfort. Overall I’m just excited. Excited to launch HDD and excited to get back on the positivity horse.

Kevin Lindquist is the founder of Healthy Dad Days and just wants a place to be open and help each other.

First few days of newborn life beat me up a little

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Kevin Lindquist
January 8, 2022
We knew it was going to be tough having a newborn and keeping up some of our good morning routines and habits. We talked about it and prepared for it. It still beat us up. I got back to a little emotional eating. Haven’t had as many veggie heavy meals. Less consistent in my workouts and my journaling habit here. But look at me! After a week of what could’ve been a big downward spiral I have a positive attitude and acted to make things better. What happened that pushed me to break the potential downward spiral? I talked about it more, because I am starting to record some podcasts/events I’m excited to release. And I was proud of a workout I did - well really just me recording my one rep max attempts on bench, squat and deadlift. Maybe I shouldn’t be proud of some numbers - but I pushed myself a little. Pushed myself in terms of effort and in terms of being vulnerable and recording the attempts for another video I’m putting together. I just recorded a great event with a mental health pro I’m excited to announce soon. In that conversation I spent a lot of time talking about my challenges and that prevented me from wanting to use food to cope with any type of discomfort. Overall I’m just excited. Excited to launch HDD and excited to get back on the positivity horse.

Kevin Lindquist is the founder of Healthy Dad Days and just wants a place to be open and help each other.

First few days of newborn life beat me up a little

We knew it was going to be tough having a newborn and keeping up some of our good morning routines and habits. We talked about it and prepared for it. It still beat us up. I got back to a little emotional eating. Haven’t had as many veggie heavy meals. Less consistent in my workouts and my journaling habit here. But look at me! After a week of what could’ve been a big downward spiral I have a positive attitude and acted to make things better. What happened that pushed me to break the potential downward spiral? I talked about it more, because I am starting to record some podcasts/events I’m excited to release. And I was proud of a workout I did - well really just me recording my one rep max attempts on bench, squat and deadlift. Maybe I shouldn’t be proud of some numbers - but I pushed myself a little. Pushed myself in terms of effort and in terms of being vulnerable and recording the attempts for another video I’m putting together. I just recorded a great event with a mental health pro I’m excited to announce soon. In that conversation I spent a lot of time talking about my challenges and that prevented me from wanting to use food to cope with any type of discomfort. Overall I’m just excited. Excited to launch HDD and excited to get back on the positivity horse.

Kevin Lindquist is the founder of Healthy Dad Days and just wants a place to be open and help each other.

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We knew it was going to be tough having a newborn and keeping up some of our good morning routines and habits. We talked about it and prepared for it. It still beat us up. I got back to a little emotional eating. Haven’t had as many veggie heavy meals. Less consistent in my workouts and my journaling habit here. But look at me! After a week of what could’ve been a big downward spiral I have a positive attitude and acted to make things better. What happened that pushed me to break the potential downward spiral? I talked about it more, because I am starting to record some podcasts/events I’m excited to release. And I was proud of a workout I did - well really just me recording my one rep max attempts on bench, squat and deadlift. Maybe I shouldn’t be proud of some numbers - but I pushed myself a little. Pushed myself in terms of effort and in terms of being vulnerable and recording the attempts for another video I’m putting together. I just recorded a great event with a mental health pro I’m excited to announce soon. In that conversation I spent a lot of time talking about my challenges and that prevented me from wanting to use food to cope with any type of discomfort. Overall I’m just excited. Excited to launch HDD and excited to get back on the positivity horse.

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