Ok sorry couldn’t think of a proper headline, haha. But I do think bell bottom jeans should be back in fashion yo!
So recent events have made me decide to lose some weight. This time I intend to take it VERY seriously [two weeks ago I lost 2 kgs and quickly put it back on – basket Murphy]
Well nothing tragic really (no one called me fat, but whether they say it silently behind my ample bum, ahem, is a different issue), I just looked into my cupboard, saw most of my clothes that at this point, look ill-fitting on me coz my fats are just piling and spilling everywhere hence have taken the initiative to say goodbye to it.
BIG boyfriend shirts right now are my best friends :D But I don’t intend for them to be that way for too long.
Plus I have 3 major events coming up later this year , one of them – moi turning the BIG 3-0 (no pun intended damn you).
My first course of order – to eat healthily. The problem with eating at the office cafeteria is that there is absolutely no healthy food available. It’s mostly rice this, rice that……..a mecca for a true Malaysian and those who can pile on the food and not put on weight (yes I Ioathe you a lot) but a nightmare for anyone trying to cut down the carbs.
So I’ve resorted to bringing food from home, like this:
It’s a bitch cleaning up (I’m lazy, don’t judge) and much more expensive than buying food at the cafeteria but yea……..no pain no gain.
Then at night, the one MAJOR problem about dining at my parents’ is actually my mom – she tends to cook A LOT and would force us to eat so that’s MORE rice to deal with – the major culprit of my weight gain. Right now I’m just sticking to fried eggs cooked in little oil (LOVEEE eggs), soup and this supplement that I’ve bought recently for dinner. Shall only reveal it if it works and if I don’t die from kidney failure or something.
My vice as the moment is probably my love for teh tarik. I will absolutely NOT give that up no matter what. Without it, I feel so lost and in a twisted way, I love teh tarik more than my husband – after all I have been loving it for years now :D It’s good to me, and it doesn’t talk back. Let’s no forget how addictive it is too.
As I inch slowly towards becoming 30, my discipline has been shitty. I LACK DISCPLINE! Back in the day I would be able to go on without food, eat everything in half, (I even adopted the sleep-through the noon method in order to avoid eating, those were the crazy days I know. In return I had a 24″ waist :P I still have that bell-bottom jeans to prove it), I could easily stare at a tempting dish (a feat I suck at right now) and say NUH UH biatch, I aint eating you, but then again back then food just never did interest me that much.
I wonder what has happened since, could it be we have various tempting choices now or have I suppressed myself so much then that I’m just making up for lost time? My mom thinks it’s the latter. I say it’s the result of child-birth and still eating like I”m pregnant, haha. *looks at Sairah and says it’s allll worth it*
*photos taken over the weekend @ Ikea – our first 6 hour outing with her, lol*
Since she’s been saying DADDIEE alot (and even to strangers) I forced the husband to get her a toy
LOL anak siapa la ni!
Oops I digressed….
My only advice to my soon to be 30 year old body: moderation is key. And do you really want to look FAT in the dress you’re eyeing to get for your birthday? That dress shall be my muse! Yes it shall be for everyone needs a muse damnit.
With that, I’m actually drinking HALF cup of tea at work, which also means I’m half sleepy at work But who’s noticing anyway, it gets the work err half done, haha.
What’s your craziest diet story? Who knows, it might work out well for me
P.s: Exercise for me is NOT an option.