Advertisements about Weight Loss programs and Alcoholic drinks are misleading and trick us into thinking things that aren’t true.
Finding a way out of my head long enough to take action.
Time to become who I really am.
Connecting to others is essential to helping us connect with who we are.
Transformation happens whether we are involved in it or not.
Day after Christmas. My first sober Christmas in YEARS. My first Christmas without being able to celebrate with Family due to Covid. This year has been a crazy one for sure. I have to admit, I’m feeling a little down. It’s a very unusual feeling for me this time of year since I LOVE theContinue reading “Happy(?) Holidays”
During a recent Sober Women’s group call, I was reminded of the fact that I often play-down my success. I was telling the story of getting through my first Thanksgiving without any issues staying sober. I explained that, due to Covid, my Thanksgiving wasn’t really a normal celebration. In fact, it was just another day.Continue reading “Taking Credit for Sobriety”
One of the biggest differences between being fat and being a drunk is that one of them is impossible to hide! I can’t pretend I’m not fat. On the other hand, it was easy to pretend I wasn’t a drunkard! The fat is obvious, the drinking – not so much. Anyone that looks at meContinue reading “To Be or Not To Be…”
I have been overweight all of my adult life. I have tried to lose weight MANY times. Some of it was successful, some of it, not so much. None of it lasted…which is why I keep trying. Of the many weight loss plans out there, Weight Watchers or WW, is the best. I am aContinue reading “Moderation/”schmoderation””
If you don’t have an Amazon Alexa device, let me tell you, they can be very helpful. I mean, I set timers and alarms just by asking. Since we are doing school and work fulltime from home, Alexa gets a work out for alarms and timers! “Alexa, set an alarm for 8:50am” – to remindContinue reading ““Shut up, Alexa!””