Before I was married, I spent my free time eating when my anxiety went out the roof and stress continued to build. Not very conducive for weight loss goals. Now that I have kids, I'm confused by the term "free-time." Pretty sure it only exists in the fantasy novels I enjoy.
A month ago, with school starting soon, I decided that my wardrobe (maternity jeans and a bleach stained pair of pants) was in desperate need of updating. So I went pants shopping. Being in between sizes, I chose a couple pairs of each size and figured my body would figure out which direction it wanted to go over the next few months.
That was before I started the Stress Diet. Before I knew it, I had dropped 2 pants sizes in 3 weeks.
In adulthood, one must always expect the unexpected or you'll find yourself in the really awkward situations. Like walking home from a park with 3 screaming children and no stroller (because the park is only a block away from your house!), alternating between picking up your toddler, walking 5 feet, putting him down to pull up your pants, picking him up again and repeating the process until you get home, covered in sweat and cursing your now defunct pants.
I think I need a belt.
Any belt buying tips? (Seriously. I've never bought a belt before.)