Monday, May 6, 2013

International No Diet Day

What better way to return from my blogging hiatus than to remind my readers that May 6th is International No Diet Day!

I've been frantically busy with work, in addition to experiencing a (hopefully) minor medical emergency (more on that perhaps a bit later--when I have time!).

In the meantime, I hope you're all passing a peaceful day and not obsessing about every morsel of food that passes your lips. And if you enjoy moving your body, do so! I hope that we can all--for at least one day--be at peace with our bodies, no matter what shape or size, we are!

(I had a terrific image to add to this post, but the good folks at Blogger, like all IT types, have "improved" Blogspot to the point where I couldn't add the image. Thanks (major sarcasm), Blogger!) 

3 comments:

  1. Glad to see a new post from ya - but I can certainly relate to the "frantically busy" aspect!
    Amen to the "No Diet" mentality; however I've been participating in a little experiment these past couple of weeks - posting photographs of my intake. I don't have time to keep up w/it for much longer, but it has provided a surprising amount of insight... Amazing that it has taken me almost 50 yrs to recognize that I can have my "cake" (or popcorn as the case may be here lately ;-) and eat it too!

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  2. I hope your medical crisis has passed and that you're doing well these days. Sending you warm thoughts and big hugs!

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