I PROMISE TO SLIM DOWN IN 2013December 9, 2012
It’s been four years since my last pregnancy, and the saddest story any woman who had gone pregnant can tell – ‘I hadn’t been back to my old size yet’, what is more upsetting is that I know I’m gaining weight, it’s evident with me finding clothes at the plus size section and not to mention the nature of work I’m doing right now - sedentary.
I know something has to be done but I haven’t mastered the art of working out while typing on my keyboard yet, I hope techno buffs will design gadget that’ll serve this purpose one day soon. Just recently we had our Bloggers Christmas Party, events like these stresses me out – what will I wear? I’m trying to be frugal with spending so I was thinking to wear the dress I bought last year, – sadly, I have to bring it to the seamstress to adjust the waist dart so I can wear it again.
This weight dilemma of mine has fashioned me a running joke every time I try on a new dress – “Should I lop off my body? Or this dress is just too small”? This is the reason why I’m too choosy with the dress design I’m buying – I'm now a hoardie of dress designs that’ll hide all those bulges away.
I won’t make any promises this 2013, but I'll try, I should start by taking in red cell press (http://mydietshopz.com/ceplredbispe.html) to ward these excesses off. I heard they’re effective and effortless way to shed off undesirable fats. This is a dietary supplement that provides that fullness feeling preceding a meal, it also helps suppress hunger pangs making you eat less and works as a natural filler to subdue hunger.
But in the meantime, I think I'll look good on this dress, they’re a bit pricey as they’re Tadashi Shoji, but just what I’m saying, this kind of dress design can make your bulges disappear like magic.
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She earned her Masters in Applied Social Research at Ateneo de Davao University. She's a hard-core pluralist, an eternal optimist, a 40ish realist and a frustrated florist. She’s a mother, a teacher, a dreamer and who knows one day a potter.
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