You've probably read quite a few times about my, um, challenges with being healthy and maintaining a decent weight....or rather a weight that makes me feel skinny and okay with wearing tight-ish clothes.
It's been an up and down thing - and probably always will be...I guess that's what will probably happen for the rest of my life. Poor Tony - he deals with my crazy...almost every day. For example, I put on a Target dress yesterday, and well, if I wanted to emphasize my curves, well this dress would be the key. Except for the fact it emphasized my stomach pooch, my saddlebags and ba-donk-a-donk (and not a good donk way).
So I complained, huffed and puffed, and put on a new dress.
Then I promptly asked to drown my sorrows in Orange Leaf. The man obliged. See? Deals with crazy well.
But you may be wondering why all of this has come up....again. Well if I had any thought that maybe I had been putting on a little weight, I got the direct sign before work one day. With the assistance of my pants...specifically my skinny jeans.
Those skinny jeans ripped right as I pulled them on. If skinny jeans could laugh at every girl who "thought" they could fit into them, it would be the sound of those jeans ripping. Awesome.
My name is Caitlin and I am a sugar addict. I'm also apparently a sad person who wore those ripped jeans to dinner....with the rip because all other jeans were dirty.
Apparently with my sugar addiction I also have a problem with laundry and not being able to throw things away. And knowing what really fits me and what doesn't.
So for every time I've said I'm starting over and I'm going to eat healthy again and really take my work out seriously (well, I do take those seriously, I still can't sit down from Sunday's class) - it's going to be tonight. And tomorrow and the rest of the week - I don't need any other pants ripping for a while.
Of course, it will start right after I eat these almonds. What can I say, I eat my feelings....and my feelings are saying those chocolate almonds are 50% healthy because their almonds.