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Bad past few days...pms

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

I get bad pms sometimes and this has been the WORST. I've either been exhausted or starving. So no exercise and I over ate for the first time since I restarted with spark. It's been two days of this and the fog is finally lifting.

I woke up this morning after sleeping for about 12 hrs and I didn't feel the need to eat three bowls of oatmeal and I drank water. I'm seriously dehydrated. I just didn't feel like drinking water or doing anything healthy.

Why is it so easy to be unhealthy? Since being healthy is goof for you, you would think our bodies would want to do that naturally...What am I saying. I know the answer. Evolution. The body likes to store fat in case it has to starve. When are we going to evolve past this?

Well, the day is still young, but I feel like I'm back on track. It usually takes me a few days to get in the swing of things, but I'm feeling better. Still exhausted but not starving.
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    Like MorgansMom52 said most of the time we have a diet of convenience and anything that has more than 3 ingredients and takes more than 10 minutes prep time chases off a lot of people. I've fallen off but I'm not giving up. Just keep going in manageable steps. I used to have the worst of PMS and whenever I went through it I realized that I had to be gentle and considerate towards myself even if it meant crying in frustration, I just gave myself the space. Just be good to yourself because you're the only one you've got! emoticon
    2264 days ago
    "Why is it so easy to be unhealthy?" Because our way of life has encouraged us to buy things that come out of boxes and bags and and 99% of those have ingredients that are NOT good for us. If you only ate the things you could make from scratch or grow yourself, it would be much easier to eat healthy. This is very hard to do..... sigh
    All we can do is be honest with ourselves and plug on. You can do it. I just takes persistance.
    2264 days ago
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