Losing weight is not your life’s work, and counting calories is not the call of your soul. You surely are destined for something much greater, much bigger, than shedding 20 pounds or tallying calories.
What would happen if, instead of worrying about what you had for breakfast, you focused instead on becoming exquisitely comfortable with who you are as a person? Instead of scrutinizing yourself in the mirror, looking for every bump and bulge, you turned your gaze inward?
Lisa Turner (via isolatedinhungerland)
I always hate my first day back in the office after time away. I’m not a morning person. It’s takes a few hours before I want to be social. Yet people that I’d prefer to not speak with at any time of the day want to ask those stupid polite conversation questions. I hate polite conversation. It’s a waste of my time and energy. I don’t care for those at all. And I most certainly don’t want to chat about my time away when I don’t want to chat in the first place.
super ramble and I realize it’s rather bratty, but it’s honest.
is it really awful to ask not to be bothered in the morning?
or can my boss take a fucking second with her “so what else?” Well, mofo, I just told you I’m still catching up on emails from my absence, so I’m not even freaking situated. I dont have an anything else.