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13 November 2011 @ 11:45 am
NaBloPoMo entry #13  
I hit the halfway point at NaNoWriMo. Halfway plus 44 words to be exact! I'm glad because I am behind in other stuff. I'm beta-ing 2 things right now and I haven't gotten very deep into them yet (although I will today because I promised their owners i'd return them today!), plus I'm behind at one of my RPGs. I only got the other one caught up last night. I am also getting concerned about my goal of reading 100 books this year. I don't think it's going to happen. I might be able to shoot for 80 but for 2012, it's definitely going to be 100.

My eating habits are heading down the road known as nerve-wracking again. They did this last year & I lost 40 lbs in about 3 months, which was super fab except that I gained about half of my total weight loss back. The upside to this now is that I'm actually exercising (bike riding, walking places, snowboarding, etc. I don't do gym time) so maybe it will stay off but I'd love to have a healthy relationship with food. However, unless you're a person who naturally likes to eat veggies & lean meats and you love to exercise (and there are like 4 of those people in the world) i'm coming to the conclusion that in this day and age, healthy food relationships don't exist. I think people who say they have a healthy food relationship are lying. Last night I found myself reading all these website i've had bookmarked from last year about "tips" to help you with cravings, over-eating & losing weight. While they all seem to start off with good intent, they slide downhill after a while & offer tips like "cut an apple into 4. if you have 1 piece for breakfast, 1 for lunch and 1 for dinner, you'll still have a piece left over for a snack."



that's not helpful in the least.

then there are words like "thinspiration". google that & you'll find a few reasonable things but mostly you'll find pictures of girls and guys in their knickers who look like walking skeletons. Like they're going to drop dead any second. that's just nasty. i want a person with a similar body type to me who is fit to call thinspiration. not someone who thinks bones are sexy. i don't have boobs like Kate Winslet or Sofia Vergara but those are purchase-able, right?

but i'm just rambling now, so i'm gonna wrap this up and drink more coffee and take more vitamins.


i was just kidding!
Feeling: indifferentindifferent
Emmiecrazy_lil_loud1 on November 14th, 2011 06:50 am (UTC)
Way to go with writing!


I was fretting about my weight before, and my boyfriend sent this link to me. I hope it shows up for you.

Being fit is much better than being thin. Always remember that. :)
Jessica K Malfoyjessicakmalfoy on November 24th, 2011 05:36 pm (UTC)
thank you for the link *hugs*

sometimes it's hard not to want to just be flat out skinny since clothes are generally made to look good on people who are. but i will never be skinny. i have hips and a butt and i'm pretty sure that's how us ladies are supposed to look!!!!!!!!