I feel bad for people who pressure themselves with crazy diets. From what I’ve seen, drastic diets don’t work. After a while you just end up binge eating on the things you’ve cut out. I hate seeing people starve themselves -there’s no need.’The Soup diet’ - are you freaking kidding me?? Have a god damn sandwich.
Making small changes makes a huge difference.
You want a slice of cake? Have one, just in moderation. And even better, bake one yourself; at least then you can control what ingredients go in. Craving for carbs? Eat some, just use double the amount of veggies. Want a beer? Go for it.
I could never diet and I also hate exercise. Instead, I don’t take the short cut home, I don’t use elevators, and I walk most places. I’m one of those people who loves snacking, especially at night time which I know is a huge no-no because trying to digest late night snacks fucks with your sleep, but I nibble at things anyway. I just make sure they’re healthier options. Beside my bed I keep a stash of 80% chocolate, a bag of mixed nuts and a big bottle of water.
Allow yourself some of what you love, because at the end of the day; if you can’t have a few cookies or dessert after a great dinner - what’s life all about?
YOU OTHER READERS CAN’T DENY
WHEN A BOOK WALKS IN WITH A GOOD PLOT BASE
AND A BIG SPINE IN YOUR FACE YOU GET SPRUNG
WANNA PULL OUT YOUR PENS
‘CAUSE YOU NOTICED THAT BOOK WAS DENSE
READING, HALF-RIMS I’M WEARING
I’M HOOKED AND I AIN’T CARING
OH BABY I WANT AN E-READER
AND A MEANINGFUL METER
MY TEACHERS TRIED TO TRAIN ME
THAT BOOK YOU GOT MAKES ME SO BRAINY
OH MY GOD.