Thoughts for this wonderful Thursday…
The article in the new Slimming World magazine – ‘The upside of Envy’ – made me wonder whether any good really could come out of my envious feelings. I won’t go into the detail of the article – you can buy the magazine! – but I thought I would look at some of the things
Tuesday rolls around so quickly at times. It feels as if I had only just left group, and I was back there this morning…it’s lucky that I love it! Although I have probably could have won the award for ‘Most Irritating Slimming Worlder’ today…
Imagine heading to McDonalds and ordering a Big Mac meal. The nutritional information is printed on the side of the box – whether you check this or not is down to you, but they provide it for us in order that we can make an informed choice…to eat, or not to eat! I would question
Gosh – I am so stuffed! We had a wonderful BBQ this afternoon but I feel really bloated, despite not going as overboard as I used to. It was a lovely afternoon. My friend came, my Mum was there, my Dad and his partner, my sister and her hubby and the kids…complete with their water
Time has flown by today! It’s already 9.37pm as I write this, and I have only just started cooking dinner…which is not good! I haven’t really done much of anything either really – apart from getting held hostage by my niece and nephew who wouldn’t let me leave until they had gone to bed. I
Please, please, please just live for the moment. Tell all of your loved ones how much they mean to you and put petty squabbles and arguments to one side. I got the news today that a lady I know had passed away this morning.
That saying annoys me – “Everything in moderation”…said the doctor, said the personal trainer, said the magazines…but moderation was not a word in my vocabulary. The definition of moderation is: the avoidance of excess or extremes; and it is synonymous with temperance and restraint…I am chuckling as I write this, knowing that I rarely show
My other half and I were chatting about my blog last night, and he said something along the lines of, “You need to write a post about how much you struggle – something for a bit of sympathy – as you’re too positive.”. His idea was instantly dismissed after I had explained to him that
…just can’t help themselves can they?! I posted the results of today’s weigh in on my Facebook page and, as usual, got lots of lovely and positive comments. One lady however thought that it was a good opportunity to say, ‘Still along way before they catch up with you Clare Pawley.x’.