Grab a cup of tea this is a long one. I feel like I've been picked up by a few people, pulled in conflicting directions causing me to break. I've been temporarily sellotaped back together only to be dropped again. But this time I've broken into smaller pieces, pieces that right now seem a little … Continue reading Admitting to myself that I am not ok.
The following post contains bad language. I'm also hoping it makes you laugh rather than offends! Weigh day has arrived, please please please let me poo before it's time to face the scales. Me: How much have you lost this week?", Janet: "10lbs", Me: "Wow well done, i'm chuffed for you." Screams internally FUUUUUCK YOU! … Continue reading 20 thoughts of a Slimming Worlder.
Almost a year without you and yet it feels like yesterday we lost you. As I sit here typing this with your snoozing grandson next to me, I am overcome with sadness. You knew he was coming and yet you never got to meet him. He will never hear you laugh, see you smile, feel … Continue reading A letter to my mother in heaven.
The Birth: Part One touched on the lead up to labour and why we opted for an induction. This post goes into all the brutal and bloody details, you've been warned. If you are pregnant and approaching your own labour then my advise would be to stop reading now and come back after the birth, … Continue reading The Birth: Part Two
by Natasha Anne Chaudhary Hi There. My name is Tasha and I am the creator and writer of the blog Slimming it My Way. I started my blog at a time when I wanted to feel more accountable for my weight loss journey, as I heard that this helps keeps you on track. If you … Continue reading Be Body Positive
After speaking to a range of people, it's clear that a lot of us struggle with ideas of what to eat. I know from personal experience that I am more likely to 'give-up' on my diet lifestyle change when I get bored of eating the same thing. It is nice to have some variety and … Continue reading My go to food:Ideas for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Taking the scenic route. by Gem Zammit I have never been skinny. Growing up looking different and getting bullied for it, was just something else to contend with and my self confidence always took the brunt of it. In July 1998, I met Ray at work. He was unbelievably shy so I had to do … Continue reading Taking the scenic route.