Chapati is my new friend-enemy. It's the snack that accompanies my afternoons. It's what makes this past week memorable. Detox is not something all humans can do.
It's the weekend and instead of planning to do nothing all day and partying all night, I am actually keeping busy during the day... and not so busy at night.
The week in the office has been tough, lots of fashion drama, and colleagues either worried that I was doing something so healthy, or absolutely thrilled that I was joining the skinnier side of the barracks.
I do feel less bloated, my skin is in fact more radiant, I don't look yellow anymore. I think I will use this trick before my wedding. For the rest: it's so hard. Actually hard doesn't even get close to it.
Gone are the days in which I SMILED. I have now two moods: Mellow or Angry. If you are what you eat, my outside might look as peaceful as a broccoli, but my inside is definitely SAD.
Three meals a day, two snacks (Yes Chapati), and five days (halfway) into this, I accept my sentence and hang on. Social events have been this week's hell: I felt like I was talking about my Detox Time to Detox to everyone, either because they felt bad I wasn't eating and drinking only water, or because there was nothing else we could say, really.
5 more days to go and I will spill the deal: what I ate, how many pounds I dropped, and what I am planning to do to celebrate the END of suffering.
I want also to dare anyone to tell me that they feel happy during the detox!
Lets hope I will still have friends, won't get fired, and won't lose my boyfriend because of this deprived state of being. Yes guys this can ONLY be done for ten days. I bow to those who live this healthy everyday.
Girls Gone Swide - momentarily absent.
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