ordering pizza

So, since I’ve left college, i’ve gained something like 20 pounds. For an once-incredibly fit person, that’s pretty sad.

So I’ve been working at fixing that. I use Jilian Michaels’ 30-day shred. (Click on the image below to buy the DVD and feed me.)


It’s a really good DVD, but I’m not talking about products here.

I’m more thinking about where I went wrong. I love food. My mom is a chef. We are a foodie family. And my parents, growing up in a war-torn country, did not waste. I was one of those kids that sat at the dinner table until 9 pm because I couldn’t finish my dinner.

That’s translated into overeating and emotional eating as an adult. At the moment, I’m waiting on a pizza.

However, I’m learning to make better choices. Instead of a sausage and onion pizza, I got grilled chicken and jalepenos on a thin crust.


I promise this won’t turn into a diet blog. Promise.

1 Thought.

  1. Small changes, that’s the way to go. If you try and change everything all at once, you’re more likely to have problems. I was surprised to learn a couple weeks ago that I had lost 6 pounds over the last 2 months. I take walks almost every day, and I’m cooking at home a lot more than I used to, using fresh ingredients from the Traders Joe. I’ve been surprised to discover how tasty food like this can be. But you’ve gotta have pizza. It’s essential to life.

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