Time for a new norm.
Date: 3/11/2016 2:37:02 PM ( 5 y ) ... viewed 418 times
Starting now, I resolve to not eat for three days.
It's hard. I just tried fasting lunch today, but my tongue got the better of me. I ate til I was 100% full. Well, at least it wasn't overeating. My tongue drives me crazy. I could get a craving for the entire day and night and not be able to concentrate.
Well, I just gotta ride the waves. It's a wild ride I am going on. I wonder when the time comes, how will I comfort myself? I am going to smile when the time comes. What else? Not reacting to the urges is hard. If I can resist the cravings, it will be the same urge a man needs to resist when a woman is lying next to him. If I can avoid sugar and potato chips that easily, no soda, cookies, or cakes, then I can do this too. I don't see how hard resisting manly urges is, but I am not a man. I don't see how hard not eating processed sugar or junk food is, but I am just used to it. I am also used to eating. Time to change my life. Time for a new norm. It's new, I know, I might not be used to it at first, but it's like moving to a new place and attending a new school. You eventually get nostalgic and want the old ways and old people back. But it's grand, and it's worth it. Time for a change up, tune up. You have no idea how many great song lyrics I saw out of what I just wrote. I like the motto: Time for a new norm. It will be my motto throughout the rest of my life. I will meditate around this mantra throughout this fast.
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