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War with my pants..

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Ok so i'm really... Well, I dunno what I am, actually. I'm not mad, not sad... But anyways, so we finally got some new uniforms ordered for work. Unfortunatly I did have to go up a size.. Which I'm not mad about, I knew I had to. I've come to the realization is I have to be comfortable no matter what size I am so I was prepared to get the bigger size. But with these pants, the waist is really weird. The size and comfort in the legs and what not is perfect.. But the waist is really tight! Unfortunatly I carry all my fat in the belly (muffintop, spare tire) area. It's really annoying! And so these pants are just good enough to be able to button and wear but they rest right on the fattest part of my stomach! So they kinda dig into my fat a little bit.. It's really uncomfortable...

But like I said, I'm not upset about the bigger size. I was prepared to have to do that. And I guess it's my way of using it as motivation. I don't want to have to go up another size and I would love to feel accomplished and get some wiggle room in these while in the process of going down a whole size.

So yea, not really mad and surprisingly not discouraged. Just uncomfortable.

Here's to beating the war with my pants...
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  • v MOMFAN
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    1555 days ago
  • v IHEARTGEE
    I found this with my uniform at my last job - I'm fairly sure they're not well-manufacture clothes, so don't feel too bad about it! Just think about how, in the future, you'll be able to step out of them without even touching the zipper...
    You go, girl :D
    1555 days ago
  • v CALILILYINC
    I hear you on this girl. I hate when I go up a size and still feel uncomfortable. Here's to only going down from here!!! emoticon
    1556 days ago
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