Just a girl with a blog.
Not so much a weight loss blog (and definitely not a fitblr) as an all around self-improvement blog. I do focus on a lot of physical health (probably about 90% of my content), but I'm also trying to be a happy, positive person.
Feel free to ask questions or talk to me. I only ask that people are kind.
I typically follow people back who are into self-love, weight loss, fitness, etc, but I don't follow blogs that mainly consist of pictures of thin girls. Don't get me wrong, thin girls are beautiful, but looking at reblog after reblog of tiny beautiful girls makes me feel bad about myself. I like to avoid it.
I’m making colcannon for a St. Patrick’s Day themed potluck at work tomorrow.
Colcannon basically being mashed potatoes with lots of dairy and kale.
I’m making mine vegan, though, because I have a lot of friends with food allergies. Also there are some vegan people at work.
Vegan cream cheese is expensive.
I bought some pre-sliced apples and I’ve been throwing them in my lunch with a dab of peanut butter to snack on.
I forgot how amazing apples and pb are.
Also burritos. I kinda fell in love with Chipotle, but they’re a caloric nightmare obviously.
I mixed up a big batch of brown rice, corn, black beans, and onions with cumin, garlic, and chili powder. I can scoop some out and throw it in a tortilla with salsa and magically: delicious food.
It’s hard to motivate myself to cook, but I’ll get better. I’ve been going to bed at 10 and waking up at 6:15 so I can be at work by 7:30, it’s kinda nice being on a regular schedule. I have way less trouble getting up in the morning.
Now, if only I could solve the problem of not living with John. I’m not really interested in sacrificing a 6 year relationship to keep my job, but at the same time I’m not really interested in sacrificing a career for a relationship.
Obviously, that’s a problem.
Hence the depression.
Why would people still eat there?
That’s it. No more McDonald’s for me, ever. D=
^ It’s not McDonald’s. It’s the act of browning a potato. You’ll encounter the same problem eating potatoes anywhere else, whether it’s fast food french fries or a side of hash browns with your breakfast at a local diner or roasted vegetables at home. Kudos for McDonald’s for at least being upfront about this. I’ve never seen this warning anywhere else.
This warning is on pretty much every building in California where you can order food or drinks.
And some where you can’t.
I was really confused the first time I walked into Starbucks and saw a little plaque on the wall with this info.
Ordered a bunch of groceries so I can cook like a normal person. Which means taking my lunch and breakfast to work again, which means sticking to a sleep schedule, which means no more rolling out of bed at 7:10 and dragging my feet on my walk to work.
I need a motivation buddy.
A real-life one, that’s like “hey we’re going to the gym, get your clothes.”
And doesn’t mind that I’m partially relying on them for things I should rely on myself for, if only I wasn’t so fucking depressed all the time.
Hi, my name is “Has No Motivation” and I’m here to talk about wanting to find motivation.
Been pretty depressed since Christmas. Depressed like pretty much only get out of bed for work depressed.
I wish I knew what inspired me way back when to care about myself, because I really don’t anymore.