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Keto Wagon and Other Thoughts

Thursday, June 06, 2019

I'm back on the Keto Wagon. Sometime later on this year, I will be having a breast reduction. I want to build up my immune system as much as possible before that and I'd like to lose at least 50 lbs. The smaller I am, the smaller I can go with the reduction and the better my breasts will look after and I know I'll feel better. I started yesterday with whey protein smoothies for breakfast and dinner. Late last night, I was having a sweet craving and thought about getting one of my daughter's Drumsticks out of the freezer and then I went to the bathroom and caught a reflection of myself in the mirror and thought better of it. I really hate that I hate myself more than anyone else possibly could. I wish I could change it like a magic spell, but I can't. I'm hoping that through this journey, I might develop a better self image. As of right now, though, it's pretty much in the toilet.
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