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This Is The Part Where I Run Away

Tuesday, January 09, 2018

It is that time again. The time where things start getting difficult. Where stress starts building. This is the time where I usually cave and stuff my face with food to ease the stress. It is easy to make plans when your on break. Even the past week was pretty easy since I did not have early meetings at work and I did not have graduate school to worry about. Today it all changes. My new semester starts tonight.

Stress eating has been a big issue for me the past year. I get busy and stressed then I make bad choices. There were many days when I would eat fast food three times a day. Although I spent a lot of time planning and preparing to get busy again, this is the time when I usually walk away. It's too hard. I'm too busy. I will worry about myself later. This is the part of my plan where I usually run away, straight into the arms of french fries and milk shakes. Not this time. I am going to pack my food for the day and stick to it. I am going to resist the call of greasy fried foods and eat healthy foods that will fuel my body and keep my stomach full. I can't give up. Not this time.
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  • TRENTDREAMER
    "Not this time. I am going to pack my food for the day and stick to it. I am going to resist the call of greasy fried foods and eat healthy foods that will fuel my body and keep my stomach full. I can't give up. Not this time. "
    * omg, yasssss gurrrrrrl!!! Keep up the fight! You can totally do this.

    This is usually the time where I taper off too. Not this time.
    1111 days ago
  • MALINDA78
    You can do this. I know how you feel. Mine isn't from stress or rushing it's when that scale stops going ⬇ or even worse dispite my efforts ⬆. But don't give up or give in just keep going.
    1111 days ago
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