SDzombieGirl Posted May 19, 2014 Share Posted May 19, 2014 May 19, 2014 Dear self, Please stop making bad life choices. I beg of you. And not just bad choices like buying a spin bike on a whim because you think you â€œmightâ€ like spinning. News flash: you will NOT like spinning. No one likes spinning. A person who loves to sit on the couch and watch TV while mindlessly stuffing her face with food will NEVER like spinning. And FYIâ€”you, my dear, are one of those face-stuffing people. And speaking of stuffing your face mindlessly with food...please stop doing that too. I know you have an eating disorder that dominates all things related to food. I know you didn't really want to eat that donut out of the trash can at work that one day. I know you are not proud of spending $20 at the break room vending machine last Wednesday...or eating the pound of See's Candy that was supposed to be a gift for a client...or standing in front of the fridge at 2am emptying an entire can of Redi-Whip into your mouth. I know it sucks to eat so much junk food that you are in physical pain yet STILL continue to eat more. I also know that making bad life choices has got to stop. The binge eating has got to stop. The self-hate has got to stop. The never ending cycle of self-destructive behavior has got to stop. You might not know how to stop these things. But you know where to start. And it starts with food. You're a smart girl. Everyone knows that. But it certainly doesn't take a PhD in quantum physics to see where you have gone completely and absolutely wrong. You reap what you sow. It is an eerily simple concept that you just can't seem to grasp. You sow a Snickers bar and a Coke Zero and want to reap a 6 pack of abs. You want a short cut. You want to place the blame somewhere else. You want the results without the hard work. You want 8 pound 6 ounce baby Jesus to reach down from heaven and fix something that you need to fix yourself. If your poor food choices wreak havoc on you physically and emotionally doesn't it stand to wager that good food choices would not wreak havoc on you? In fact, good food might actually have a positive affect on you (spoiler alert: Dallas and Melissa say it will). 30 days. That is all I ask. You really have nothing left to lose. In fact, you really have no other choice unless you think padded walls and a straight jacket sound like a promising future. Because that is exactly where you are headed with your obsessive behavior and calorie counting and binge eating and purging and restricting and more binge eating. Chocolate covered misery is still misery. And misery certainly doesn't look very good on you. Not even when you're tan. Which is when most things DO actually look good on you. So go make some good life choices and do a Whole 30. And for the love of all things holy sell that damn spin bike while you're at it. Your # 1 fan, Me Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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