I have been unexpectedly afforded
You see, when my sweet boy decided to stay behind, my anxiety slowly began to build, until it spiked yesterday evening. As I
As I walked I reflected on the night before, the panic that I felt rise in my throat as Darius' bedtime neared, and the numbness
Well, I worked through my anxiety, and then decided 'enough is enough' with my relationship with sugar. We've had a long run sugar and I, and simply this relationship is not giving me what I have been trying to get from it. I wanted comfort, pleasure, or a sweet treat [depending on the moment] - and it gave me stomach aches, sugar crashes, and excess calories. Sugar, you really are a horrible companion. [There are so many more reasons, from a health perspective, to give up my sugar habit that I will delve into in another post.]
And so, in the classic line that many teenage girls have heard at one time or another,
"Sugar, it's not me, it's you. This is just not working. I'm sorry, [not really] but we're through."
Do you have a bad habit you're ready to break?