Missing some bloggers at the moment - Andrea, Cat, Rachel, Sarah, JRD - thinking of you all - don't know if you're reading, but hope all's well. LOVE!
It felt really good to get that last post out. It was good and felt really positive compared to a lot of the negativity of late. I haven't bought binge foods for the last four days now. That's not to say I have eaten all that well, still had some things like ice cream and kitkats at home, but the I haven't spent the last 4 evenings surrounded by my chocolate and my sweets in binge quantities like I usually do. This is a huge achievement. The evenings need to change from binge fests, to relaxation without food. I am full after dinner, I don't need to eat. So the habit needs to change. And so far I'm doing that.
I've got a cold (though it's getting better) so haven't run for 6 days, but hopefully will get back to it tomorrow.
I'm on my eighth hour of learning to drive, it's going well but is stressful and scary (it's all manual/stick shift over here don't forget!) I'm having about 4 lessons a week.
I realised that in my last post I mentioned that one of the things I like doing is researching and watching programs on hoarding but didn't explain this. Once my degree is over (less than a month, people!) I plan to set up my own business as a professional organiser/declutterer with a focus on hoarding and life/home organisation. I am very organised, love cleaning and organising, creating functional systems for the smooth running of home and life. It's all very exciting. It's the first time I've really felt motivated and excited about a potential career that is at the same time realistic (compared to previous plans of being a rockstar or A-list actress). Just thought I'd clear that up in case you thought I was a hoarder (I'm the opposite, in fact).
Must dash. Love xxx