Week

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This week has been a rough week for me. I was beyond busy, upset about somethings, completely sleep deprived, confused, and got into a fight with one of my best friends. For the most part most things are better now but while all of this was happening I could not find a single thing to blog about. I suppose I realized angry blogging might not be the best idea. Or perhaps it was just I was too busy and tired. I do believe it would have helped me figure out some things in my head but some of my thoughts should not have been read by people I know.

I am so confused with boys. I keep trying to distance myself from them but I’ve recently met a few who have caught my eye. It seems to me the ones who I find intriguing don’t feel the same way back but there are boys who seem to want me who I don’t want back. Oh isn’t that how it always works? It drives me insane. I get that just because I find someone attractive does not mean that they should think the same way about me, but come on. If there really is a God, he sure does like to play games with a girl’s brain.

I feel so gross about myself. Since I had such a busy and bad week, I haven’t slept, gone to the gym, or eaten healthy at all. I can definitely tell the difference in how I feel and how my body feels. I can honestly say I am absolutely loving how being healthy makes me feel and I don’t think I’ll ever go back. One week off was way more than enough.

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Homemade is the only way

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I cannot get over the homemade chicken noodle soup my mom and I made today. First of all its the most delicious soup I’ve ever tasted. More importantly, besides the debatable flour, this meal is healthy! Unlike the sodium filled ones in the grocery store. Its purely water, chicken, vegetables, spices, and noodles. The noodles are flour, egg, and milk. Seriously how can you go wrong?

After making this soup I thought of all the food we eat in our developed nation and have come to realize we are lazy people who need to learn a thing or two from our ancestors. Everything they ate was organic. Fruits, vegetables, meats, grain. We eat high frutose corn syrup and other high processed and chemical infused foods. Yuck.

I do not understand how the way they always used to eat is now the healthy, expensive, and organic ways to eat.

Sometimes I think I live in the wrong century.