I hate to be judgmental, but I think people who look only for shortcuts in life really annoy me.
For instance I watched two co-workers excitedly mix together a concoction (the concoction included, cayenne pepper, apple cider vinegar and honey) that they believe will help them lose weight, and all I could think was “why not just change your eating habits and be more active”. Like is it really that hard to put down foods that aren’t good for you anyway and take a walk at lunch or when you get home from work instead of sitting down in front of the television? You didn’t gain the weight over night what makes you think you’re going to lose it over night? The shit takes time, discipline and dedication, lifestyle changes aren’t suppose to be easy or something you can do quickly, they take time. And the more time you waste looking for that quick fix the more time you could have putting into helping yourself transition into the lifestyle change.
I’ve realized not only are people super lazy when it comes to making changes that will benefit their bodies in the long run, they are super lazy with making changes that benefit their minds and spirits.
I’ve found that most people will choose to be emotionally scarred rather than seek professional help. Why suffer? Because it’s hard work and most of us are lazy as shit. Thinking that you can suppress/repress the issues you’ve been carrying with you for a lifetime and hoping they will just go away if you don’t think about it, is just plan old laziness. You can’t fix things by ignoring them, losing weight or dealing with emotional baggage.
I’m super tired of the media trying to beat me in the head with what’s beautiful and trendy, and why what I currently look like isn’t good enough.
I don’t wear skirts because I don’t like feeling like a piece of meat, I could wear pants to work and no one pays me any mind. But I want to wear a skirt/dress just because I’m in the mood to wear one I have to deal with catcalling and stares. I enjoy a compliment just as much as the next woman, but some men don’t have home training.
Evidently talking about work is a mood killer (if you know what I mean) I honestly didn’t think that was possible (TMI moment) when you’re laying in bed naked next to your husband, but what do I know.
Work weeks should be changed to a mandatory four day week instead of five…