A tribute to Seinfeld: The post about nothing.
The one where I announce that I am headed back to Fat Camp.
We all need a little cleansing every now and again. Especially us dirty ones.
Author and blogger, Beth Teliho, on coming through the other end of body image issues and learning to love and accept herself.
The one where I rip into an incompetent receptionist. AKA: More medical drama.
The one where I finally land the man of my dreams, a doctor.
The one where I realized that the universe hated me.
The one where my gallbladder AND the entire medical system decided to make me suffer.
Since my last post opened the door for some excuse-making, I’m counter-balancing it with a Throwback Thursday post from August 2013. Stop making excuses and start taking control of your choices. One of my biggest rants in the history of this blog. Enjoy.
I hate excuses, especially when it comes to exercise, weight loss, etc. So now I find myself debating whether I should share a little tidbit that could validate many of those excuses. This new-found (and disturbing) knowledge has been tormenting me for a couple of weeks now. Misery loves company, so – screw it – I’m…
I love exercise [most of the time], but it wasn’t always that way. Social psychologist, Emily Balcetis, wondered why some people found it harder to exercise than others. Her research looked at how things like perception, motivation, goal-setting and decision-making might impact the way we experience exercise and weight loss. Since I’m quite familiar with the effect perception can have…