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Day 2 of #80dayobsession is complete and I am relaxing on the couch.
Things I learned today:
1- it is not possible to have your green and blue container food for meal 2 if you don’t actually bring it to work 🤦🏻♀️
2- I was not hungry today and I forgot those containers so not sure how I am going to add those today.
3- Booty day is no joke
4- even though I am super hungry and it is late when I am done my workout, wait a little to eat (feeling a little nauseous from eating so quickly)
That moment when you look at your son and you’re just in awe of how healthy he looks.
As someone who has always looked (what some may call) “sickly” as a result of IBD, I was apprehensive of my ability to nourish our little one. It’s never been easy for me to gain weight, but apparently I have no issues chunking up a baby! I will probably continue to resent my body as long as I live, but seeing what it’s been able to do in growing and nourishing this beautiful human is truly a miracle and my biggest blessing.
Times might be tough but you can still find something to be grateful for.
Show yourself some love, be grateful for something positive you do have going on and have the most wonderful day. Tag someone who might find this useful.