I have a very negative body image. I'm sure that by all rights I have a fairly average build, but all I see is imperfections. I spend a lot of time weighing and logging the food that I eat, designing meals that fit into my day without going over numbers while still trying to enjoy… Continue reading Body image
It seems like every day that goes by my mood gets a little better. I'm 100% more committed to my goals, and am actually working toward achieving them, not just writing them down and saying that I'm going to do them. I reworked some of the space in my office - wall stuff, not furniture.… Continue reading Each day gets a little easier
Everyone has pet peeves. It's just a fact of life. Everyone has things that annoy them. The sound of people chewing, being micromanaged, when people are late, whatever. But you know what my biggest one is? People that won't do anything to help themselves. These are the people that whine, moan, and cry about their… Continue reading Pet peeve
January was rough for me. Between the middling depression at the beginning-middle of the month, to switching stores, to Watson passing, it just wasn't a good month. So I'm starting over on my goals. February is a new month, and I'm treating it as if it were a new year. It's time to knuckle down… Continue reading I’m starting over
I feel like for the first time, in a long time, I'm in a good place. Mentally, financially, spatially. Our roommate moving out made me realize that I live in this house, but I don't live in this house. Sure, I chose the furniture and the stuff on the walls, but there were things that… Continue reading Can you buy happiness?
So we ended 2020 talking about my goals for 2021. But they aren't going to magically make themselves happen. Behind the achievable goals is a well laid plan. And we all know how much I love plans. So here we go. I'm going to cherry-pick some points rather than going through the whole list again.… Continue reading Now that you know my goals, let’s talk about how I’m going to accomplish them