Monday, March 8, 2010

a new week

hey friends
so it is monday yet again, and a new week begins...

i am hoping to stick to the same plan i did last week (~200 cal breakfast, water water water, skip dinner if possible). i think i did okay with it, but i know i can do better!

i have about a month of school left, and i CANNOT WAIT for it to be over. not going to lie, i am pretty disappointed with my first year of university so far. i know it is what you make of it, but im just not enjoying it at all. im taking a variety of courses, none of which are sparking my interest, and half the time i just find myself falling asleep in class, bored to tears. oh well.

i need to buy a proper scale ASAP. i have an ominous feeling that the one i have now i pretty far off the accurate mark, and its probably telling me im a whole lot lighter than i actually am. cause no fucking way do i feel like im 110 lbs. i just feel so damn heavy and flabby and huge =(

anyway girls hope you all have a nice day.
s. xo


  1. I hope your new plan works out for you, you can do it :)

  2. I hate unaccurate scales...they are so freaking scary! Digital ones are thee best :) xoxo

  3. Mine has a lifetime battery. I don't know if it is perfectly accurate, but atleast it will never die from overuse. lol.

    xoxo zen

  4. I think my scales are wrong too - I hate it! I know exactly how you feel about being flabby and fat at the moment.
    I haven't been on here in ages, and I feel like I have sort of abandoned you guys, but if you are down to 110 I'm so proud of how amazing you're doing! Keep it up :)

  5. My first year in college wasn't all that spectacular, either. It got better, once I got into higher level classes that actually interested me. The low level ones are just the weed-out classes sometimes. Also, I think I went into college thinking that it was going to really mean something, and I would come out with all this knowledge and be totally different. And while I did grow up in college, it wasn't really the life-changing event I was making it to be. So for me at least, my expectations were just so high for that first year. Once I looked at it as another marker to pass, I began to like it a lot more. Take it for what it's worth. It just sucks that I feel like, now I am in vet school, I could have totally skipped the four years of undergrad and gone directly to vet school out of high school lol. Oh well, gotta do things the way they tell me to do them!

    Good luck on getting a better scale! I always feel like scales are inaccurate after only a little while using them; then I want to go out and buy a new one haha!