And we have a blizzard warning for tomorrow. Lovely March we’re having.
I can’t figure out if I should try to sleep or not. On the couch in a hotel room. Have work in 6 hours. will have to get up in 3 hours because have to get drunk friend up. Can’t decide if sleep is worth it at this point.
Btw my boyfriend had to pretty much play real life mapcrunch and made it to the airport so I basically have a boyfriend who won tumblr.
Holy bachelorette party. This night was madness.
WHY DO ENGLAND PEOPLE PUT THE WASHING MACHINE IN THE KITCHEN?!?!?!! WhY
what i’m so confused where else would it go
I’m American and that’s what we do….
WHY WHAT IS THE POINT OF THAT??? DO YOU DO YOUR WASHING WHILE YOU CLEAN YOUR KITCHEN?????? HEre in AUStraLIA WE HAVE A LAUNDRY IN OUR HOUSES
I’m American and we have a laundry room. i’ve seen them in kitchens on TV but I’ve never been to someone’s house that doesn’t have a separate laundry room. Some people just have them in a closet. Oh and most people I know only take out their ironing board when they need it and use it in their bedroom, not set up with the washer and dryer.
They literally did this on the news in Buffalo they talked about WNYers who were in Sochi to watch the Olympics, it was a news story.
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macgyvergirl asked: To back up that lest person's message, I was putting on a few extra pounds I didn't want and had low energy. I walk around campus (20-30 minutes a day total) and didn't really want to exercise. I started eating just a little diary and breads/pasta but eating more veggies and fruits. I also cut out pop and drink milk, water, and ice tea. Pretty quickly my energy came back. I usually struggle getting up stairs but it feels easier now. & I make sure to eat one thing sweet a day to satisfy cravings.
My diet is usually fruit-free so I was proud of myself for having that fruit drink today. I’m definitely gonna try to get those so that I drink less pop. I’m a total pepsi/caffeine addict so that’s gonna be the worst. Pasta, bread, fried chicken, and pizza are basically all my mom makes and I could tell it’s not gonna be easy to deal with because I was getting yelled at for not eating enough stuff because I only had a tiny piece of chicken and salad tonight, and I skipped the stew and butter-drenched potatoes. And I’ll definitely still have my sweet thing. I’ve decided I’m gonna have one of those chocolate covered granola bars for breakfast each morning, because that’s actually probably the healthiest thing we have. Also I made sure to eat all of my candy last night so I can’t binge on it while watching tv shows at night anymore. Well except my mom bought those stupid peanut butter eggs which are my favorite :/ Thanks for the advice!
rossisaurus asked: Instead of just starving yourself a good idea is just eating less sugars and less pop (up your water intake) less dairy type foods and less bread (whole wheat will be better for you than white) and you will see a huge difference. Also smaller meals more often will keep your hunger at a minimum and boost your metabolism. (Not saying you're starving yourself but the whole 2:5 doesn't was suggested and is so not good for you and causes food to turn to fat cause your body goes into starvation mode)
Thanks for the advice! And yeah, I could never do that not eating thing xP My biggest problem is that I automatically eat when I’m bored. Like I just got up and walked around the kitchen for a minute and had to remind myself I’m not supposed to be doing that. Also that healthy food isn’t really a thing in my house. So I can’t just eat a whole bunch of healthy food instead. I think the only things we currently have that aren’t like 90% sugar or fat is some bagged salad and a few baby carrots.
I unfollowed about 70 blogs last night and already my dash is happier and less whiny.
Also if I happened to unfollow you, sorry. I was following around 440 blogs and my dash had very little things that I actually cared about and far too much political nonsense. So I unfollowed people I noticed either posted mainly things I don’t care about or posted too much political negativity.