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I've decided to lose weight (again) but have no idea how to do this effectively whilst hunched over a computer all day at work and then no motivation at home in the evening. Plus, I like my one-night-a-week bottle of wine therapy on a Friday. I need a kick up the arse a.s.a.p. And why, when I have made the decision to lose weight, on the first day, when I haven't even had the chance to make much of an effort, do I feel hungry by 10am?
I'm flagging with my current Open University course. I love the subject matter but when it comes to writing up the assignments, I lose enthusiasm. Maybe it's because I've been studying non-stop for almost two years now, as well as working full time and everything else that I do? I have an idea that I will finish this course and then take a break for a few months. I miss reading (and writing) for enjoyment.
I also have a 'story' that I want to write but I think I may get into all sorts of trouble for it. It's not plagiarism or anything like that - just a daft theory I have based on a true-life story... it's complicated. Maybe I should just write it and put it out there?
I think that some parents don't deserve the privilege that they are afforded. I daren't write any more on this because I will probably end up ranting, getting myself into all sorts of trouble and upsetting lots of people.
I feel very pissed off that I don't earn enough money to ever save up. We have a small amount of savings thanks to some savvy wheeling and dealing but that has just been spent on two carpets rather than a week's holiday. I feel quite bitter about that even though the rational reasoning is that the carpets will last a lot longer than two weeks!
When ladies are wearing ballet pump-style shoes, why do they walk with their toes bent upwards? Oh, and is the reason that 80's fashion is making a 'come-back' because all the moguls and gurus of today were children of the 80's and have no fresh ideas?
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