It's been said about me in the past and, shhhh, don't tell anyone that I agree, but I am vain. Not vain in a Cassiopeia kind of cataclysmic way, but a "I like the way I look and I want to stare at myself way..." Crap, I just described what killed Narcissus! (Unintentionally.) But when you gain weight, obviously, your confidence suffers and you stop wanting to see yourself, or don't see yourself in the same way that you used to. It's just a thing that happens, and it happened
Most of you know that February 13, 2014 was my one month anniversary for my surgery. Up until this past week I was discouraged that the weight hadn't been coming off as fast as I had hoped, yet I remained cautiously optimistic. Well... I have made changes and I'm going to share them. The first thing that I did was undress myself verbally, which is my way of saying that I verbally berated myself and rebuked myself for not doing everything in my power to help progress my weight
I have reached a point with my weight loss where progress is stagnant. So I’m going to talk about it because this is where I fully acknowledge all of the mistakes I have and am making.
I really and truly have not been following a low-calorie diet and that has played a major role in why I have not lost as much weight as one would hope. True enough, I am definitely eating less calories than I ever did before because I have no choice but to eat less food, I have not shied away f
This is not a child’s book, but I am having childish problems. I am exhausted; I’m tired all of the time which I attribute to being Bi-polar and to a vitamin or nutrient deficiency somewhere. I am not getting enough of something. I went out to my car for my usual nap on my lunch break and ended up practically comatose. I came back into work to make myself a protein shake and it’s turning into an epic fail mission because I’m now experiencing turbulent tummy. Yall, I just want
It is time for a huge update! Huge! This weekend, I was, as my mother called it, beating myself up for not experiencing the massive weight loss that I had expected at almost a month out. I can’t believe that it has been a month (February 13th is the date,) and I’m really excited. You can expect time to fly by like that, barring any complications, because you’re just trying to live your life and get back to “normal” within the constraints of your bariatric limitations. So that