Learning English on a diet:
|I hate diets
|I have always hated diets
|I will always hate diets
|You hate diets
|You have always hated diets
|You will always hate diets
|She hates diets
|She has always hated diets
|She will always hate diets
|We hate diets
|We have always hated diets
|We will always hate diets
|They hate diets
|They have always hated diets
|They will always hate diets
Why do we do it to ourselves?! I mean, sure, we just had Christmas. And I ate food—sue me.
Okay, I ate a lot of food. FINE, I ate enough for a family of ten, but I LOVE Christmas food! (Remember the mince pies…I think I still have some mincemeat in the fridge…)
And why should I feel guilty or ashamed?
We should love our bodies exactly as they are. With all the lumps and bumps and flab and wobble and… okay, I remember why we go on diets.
It’s true, “moderation” has never really been my strong point. Once I start, I can’t stop. So that means I can’t even LOOK at the cukrovi cookies without putting on weight.
And it’s not like I’m a couch potato! I’m actually quite an active person! I do yoga and dance every week, and I usually choose to walk rather than catch the tram.
But I do have a sweet tooth. Especially for chocolate cakes. Good quality chocolate cakes. I mean my tooth may be sweet, but it’s also discerning. Just show me a delicious triple chocolate cheesecake covered in raspberries and I’m in heaven…
… till I get home and see myself in the bathroom mirror. (Who knew hell was in the bathroom mirror?) So I have come to the reluctant conclusion that something has to change.
Therefore, as 2018 is a year for adventure, I’ve decided to do something dramatic.
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