Author Archives: Sally

About Sally

It's all about me. ALL OF IT. ABOUT ME.

Here’s my hardcore, very, very science-based workout plan.

I do some stuff. When I feel good, I do some harder stuff. When I feel tired or weak, I do less stuff. When I feel really tired, I skip doing stuff. Sometimes when I go to the gym, like … Continue reading

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Shaky, with heartburn.

Oof. Every time I workout lately, I get heartburn. Today I only had time to do some pull up stuff, but it was good. I’m shaking almost as much as I did when I went through withdrawal from alcohol. I’m … Continue reading

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Fat as body armour

I’m starting a new challenge at the gym since I have eaten my way to self-hatred again. I’m using food to make my body repulsive, and therefore ignorable. Unappealing. Disgusting to old white guys. I’m going to attempt to write … Continue reading

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Problem mammograms

For the second time in about 5 years, I  have to go for a follow-up ultrasound after a mammogram. It’s unnerving, to say the least. Though I know it’s probably nothing, there was still a problem with my mammogram. There’s … Continue reading

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Ponderables

Why do people swerve left or right to turn in the opposite direction? Why does my dog still bark at stuff outside of the house when she knows she’s going to be squirted with water, pulled off the furniture, or … Continue reading

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A completely inapplicable word

I like this word, but it applies to nothing in my life. I can’t even make it apply to my dog. ob·se·qui·ous əbˈsēkwēəs/ adjective obedient or attentive to an excessive or servile degree. “they were served by obsequious waiters” synonyms: … Continue reading

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I’d like to register a complaint.

I thought I’d start blogging again because I need an outlet once more. Every time I’ve been to therapy, it’s been recommended that I journal or write. I choose to write and subject everyone else to my angst, pain, and … Continue reading

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