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Drinking the hateorade

Tuesday, July 09, 2019

Today I watched my boss scarf down a donut, potato salad, granola bar and drink a frappachino from Starbucks. Of course she is a smaller person. All within a couple of hours. I am just amazed. If I would eat/drink that I would have gained 10lbs. So I guess I am envious of her. I have struggled for so long with my weight and eating issues Why can't I be like her? I know I have to be positive and concentrate on myself and who I am. Concentrate on my own journey but sometimes that green-eyed monster just slips in and takes a hold for a moment until I regain my senses. So I am going to blog and take back the wheel. I read something yesterday about journaling and saying 5 positive things about me or my day. So here it goes: 1. Saw someone I haven't seen in awhile. They told me you look like you are losing weight! Second person in two days! 2. A big issue at work turned into a minor issue. 3. Looking forward to seeing my brother in law this week. Such a nice guy! 4. Tommorow I am off! 5. I thought I looked very nice today. I wore my favorite shirt. Stay positive! 🥰😍😘😃👌👍🌠⭐ Thought for the day: self-compassion.
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    You did good. 😋now when you see a skinny person eating like that remember there day will come that's not healthy. Just cause there small does nothing to speak to there health.
    158 days ago
  • NEPTUNE1939
    158 days ago
    I can completely understand where your coming from. Just add frustration towards people who say they hate their job and people heading back to college. Your right we have to walk in our own shoes. I'll have to try the five positive things.
    158 days ago
  • FITBY2016
    Sorry were
    158 days ago
  • FITBY2016
    They actually qere selling a drink called that at a shop today I wondered what was in it. It looked like dirty water.
    158 days ago
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