We’ve been talking quite a bit lately about weight and food here on the blog. I’ll admit that from the time I wake up in the morning to the time I fall asleep at night, my weight and my struggle with food is always on my mind. You see, I have a sugar addiction. I
Nothing about my life has turned out the way that I had planned. Not my marriage. Or motherhood. Or me. I am learning that this is actually the best part.
First confession: I went back to eating sugar (you’ll see why at the end of this post). Second confession: I have a legitimate sugar addiction. Food is a notoriously tough topic for me to talk about openly. I feel a lot of shame around my overeating. A lot. I had a moment recently that’s
I’ve been trying to analyze my internet addiction and I have come to realize that I am always shopping. What’s wrong with that, you may ask. Nothing, if you a) need stuff or b) have extra money to burn. Neither of these are true for me. I am not shopping for clothes or shoes because