I had my annual MOT at the hospital earlier this month. In other words, it was my annual review where they go over my health over the past 12 months and carry out every single test they can possibly think of on me.



Anyway, at the review, I got weighed, as I do at every appointment I have at the hospital. I got told by my dietitian whilst putting my shoes and socks back on that I had lost weight. Now, to normal, healthy people, this would be seen as a triumphant moment. In my case, a little panic set in. I kind of knew the reason why I had lost weight, purely because I wasn't eating enough. I haven't been dieting or anything. If only I could. A lot of things have been happening in my life lately and it's meant that I haven't felt like eating much. I've made a little promise to myself that I'll put a pound or two back on before Easter.

I Stopped Giving A Sh*t About My Body Flaws And I'm Happier Now

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I bet there were a few laughs and scoffs when you read the title. How can somebody like me, someone with a life threatening illness possibly maintain a healthy lifestyle?! But hear me out.





Maintaining a healthy and fun lifestyle doesn't have to be a chore. I know some people (including myself) have given up the goal of changing one aspect of our lifestyle a day or two after New Year. Lifestyle changes don't have to happen on January 1st. You, yes you, can make those changes at any point in the year, Maybe on your birthday, on Valentines or even on 6th August (just a random date) . They don't have to be drastic changes either. Just take a small step at a time, usually doing it that way helps you make the change more easily and you're more likely to make the change permanently.


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