I struggle with body image. If you’ve read past blogs, this is no surprise. Call it a side effect of my anxiety medication. Call it lifestyle changes. Call it whatever you want. But every day when I look in the mirror, a part of me is uncomfortable with the reflection I see.
I have come a long way in the last few years. I have become more secure in my own skin. I feel more comfortable when I look in the mirror than I did two years ago.
If you have read some of my other posts, or my other blog (which I haven’t written anything for in a while…sorry), you would know that something I personally struggle with is my weight gain. Since starting Zoloft over a year ago, my metabolism has been demolished, and to me… that’s putting it lightly. I have gained weight as a result and it has been something I have been depressed over for months now.
If you haven’t been keeping up, I have since stopped the medication (YAY!) after a long hand-holding year. As well, I have signed up to have a personal trainer. I am three weeks in and I have lost a steady 3-5lbs (it fluctuates).
Now that you know the backstory, let’s get to the real juice of the story of How the Waiter Made Me Feel After Ordering a Drink.
If I tally the amount of sleep I have gotten in the past two days, it would amount to 20 hours and that’s purely napping.
If I correlate this with the weather and temperature change, we’d see a 1.00 correlation. Seriously, my allergies are nuts right now.
Problem: I should be studying. I need to be studying.
Too bad there are literally hundreds of other things I would rather be doing than studying infants and how they develop. Here are some examples: Read the rest of this entry
This blog post will be short and sweet BUT big news! I have a new blog for my weight loss journey. You don’t have to follow it. It’s more for me to get motivated and see changes. As my dosage for PD is back down to 25 mg, now is the time to do this.
Here’s the link to my new blog: http://bebraveandchange.wordpress.com/