Self-Sabotage. We've all been there. And it's been happening to me. It started with my birthday. Why just have one birthday cake? I totally deserve two (to be fair they were small, like 4 servings max, but nevertheless, two). And then came the Halo Top reviews. What first started out as an innocent curiosity turned into a risky attempt at being entertaining and compromising my progress in the process. And don't get me started on the most recent offense: the discounted Easter . . .
When it comes to dining out on Weight Watchers, I'm a bit of a rebel. Sometimes, I don't feel like tracking. And you know, that's okay. Hear me out. Since embarking on this health journey, I have found eating in restaurants to be complicated. On the one hand, of course I want to stay on track. But guess what? I don't want to be THAT girl who takes an hour to order. We're often told in our meetings that dining out can be easy if you plan your trip, research the menu, figure out . . .
Follow my blog with Bloglovin It begins like this: You wake up feeling like roadkill. You've tried to escape this fate. Flu shot? Check. Frequent hand washing? Obvi. Hand sanitizer? Attached to key chain. In spite of all of the preventative measures, sometimes you just get sick. And so, as I wait for my antibiotics to kick in, allow me to share with you some of the things that keep me sane when I'm feeling under the weather: 1. Chicken soup (not . . .
Sometime life gets pretty complicated. You might find yourself in unexpected places dealing with things beyond your control. Bitterness. Anger. Frustration. It's okay to have feelings. Right? I certainly went through all these and then some over the last 24 hours when our home was pretty much turned upside down. At the end of the day, it's just stuff. I still believe you need to advocate for yourself and others when their are clear signs of wrong doing. But then after the dust settles . . .