Little FAT Me

I work full time and I barely have time to breathe. In 2005 hurricane Katrina rearranged my life, since then I have gained roughly 80-90 pounds. I believe that it started in depression and became an addiction. I have started and failed many diets and then decided that MAYBE if I combine diet and exercise with blogging and shopping I might be able to find success. This is the story of 2010 and my struggle to rise above addiction, pain, depression and fat.
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30. Mother. Wife. Artist. Psychic (sensitive.) Writer. Singer. Rain dancer. Lover. Daughter. Sister. Child of God.

The road to MY PERSONAL goal BMI/weight!

Thursday, March 31

Hungry For More - 31 Mar 11

Hey guys. Sorry it's been a minute. Sometimes in life, especially when dealing with an addiction, you have to realize your limits and be careful of getting too close to empty. When people or projects take more energy than they return or than you are able to replace it can lead to a dangerous imbalance. That coupled with my recent illness had caused me to go to a dark-ish place, and those are the places where addiction is the strongest. I am much better now. I took some me time, I re-focused on videos (a serious tool for me) and I slowed down a bit. All of that was actually a good thing because it lead me to this. I always say that this is war. It is. In war there is a place for fierce, in your place, air strikes and forcefull tactics. There is also a place for thoughtful and patient planning. Wars are long periods of time. They are a collection of many battles and squirmishes. I get so "Go! Go! Go!" in my thought pattern and I constantly pump myself with fast music and hard hitting bass, but there must be some understanding of the longevity of this plight. We must also allow ourselves to breathe and rest - all the while being vigilant. Today I am listening to Tibetan Singing bowls and allowing the stores of negativity to leave my mind and body. I am embracing the air and filling myself in preparation of the continued fight. Take time, be brave and steadfast. Remember that you are the sum of all your parts, not the equivalent of only this aspect. I forgot that somewhere and am learning to live it again. Sonya (Tricie) From iPhone!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks, I've been needing to re-charge myself and this post has given me a lot of encouragement to get it done.


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