|Black coffee, oatmeal with cinnamon and brown shoog, and Chobani.|
I proceeded to cutesy myself up.
I felt so vintage and was loving it, until about 11:00 when my hair thought it would be cool to let go of the hairstyle I spent 30 minutes working on. I’ve got lazy locks. Around about the time my hair stopped cooperating, I munched on a trusty Bio Chem Sports 100 Calorie Protein bar (not pictured).
My lunch was spread out between class 3, meeting, and class 4. Also a part of this lunch was Ener-G's Wylde Pretzels.
|Carrots, apple, and cottage cheese and chick peas.|
Luckily, I go to a small school where the professors are your friends and could care less if you eat during class. They do, however, reserve the right to make fun of your loud chewing. Sorry guys.
After lunch I sprinted off to Poop Town, a.k.a. Journey’s End, and spent the next hour and a half playing with dogs and doing some cleaning.
When I got home, dinner was ready, thanks to the parentals.
|Sauerkraut, sauteed veggies, steamed broccoli, and a hamburger.|
I followed it up with a fake cappuccino while catching up on my web surfing.
|Much needed cap.|
Since I haven’t been taking cream or much sugar in my coffee, this cappuccino was shockingly sweet to my taste buds. Buuutt, I got used to it. ;) Delightful.
While browsing the WWW, I came across this article about Crystal Renn. For those of you who don’t know, Ms. Renn is a “plus-sized” (not really, she’s a size 10 to 12) and the new face of Jimmy Choo. I see her as such an inspiration for girls of all sizes, not just “plus-sized” girls. She takes into account those girls who are naturally a size 0 or 2, as well as those who are naturally a size 14 or 16. It’s all about being healthy and happy.
We all know that models in magazines are airbrushed and celebs spend thousands on surgeries to make them more “beautiful”. But sometimes, it doesn’t matter how many times people tell you those things. Sometimes it’s still tough to be ok with you. Lately, people have been telling my I’ve gotten thin, and prior to that, I’ve been told I’m chunky. I have felt like I’ve been on an opinion-coaster and go back and forth between, “I want to have curves again,” and, “I like having a flat tummy.” But you know what? I’ve resolved to just do what I need to do to feel healthy. The truth is, I don’t have the perfect body, but I’m sure not too skinny, and nowhere near fat. I feel healthy and that should be all I need to feel beautiful. But I still have to remind myself. I’m taking advice from Crystal Renn: for every negative thing I think about myself (or that someone else says), I’m going to make it a point to come up with 2 things I like about myself. Will you?