Happy 2017 everyone! Here's a piece of advice for the new year, don't wear a relatively tight sweater dress directly after eating season. Here I was trying to get all cozy, imagine my surprise when I finally realized the effects of my holiday binge eating habit had on my body. Oh well. I guess I'm going to have to invest in that Flat Tummy Tea business, that daughters of The Real Housewives cast and Instagram "celebrities" have been shoving down my throat for years. No matter. This time of year is about spending time with your loved ones, and enjoying those special family moments that don't come around all that often. I don't know about you, but for us, many of those moments occur around a table with food on it, so you can't blame me for sacrificing my physique in the name of some quality family time. Also...who cares? I don't want to go on some kind of long speil about how, it's what inside that counts, that perfection doesn't exist, and that photoshop and unrealistic beauty standards portrayed in the media are destroying the self esteem of an entire generation...but I guess I just did didn't I?
I'm no life coach but, all I'm trying to convey is don't spend your time sweating the small stuff, like numbers on a scale or the size tag in your jeans. I don't know if anyone has ever told you this, but life is short, so instead of worrying about some calorie count, just make sure sure you live a happy and healthy life surrounded by people you love and you'll be certain to make the most of it. Whoopsy...I ended up spieling didn't I? Let's spend 2017 being kind to one another alright kids, and we're all going to be just fine.
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