This is my favorite shirt! It is not terribly fashionable but I always feel comfortable and together in it. I bought it years ago at Fred Meyers (grocery/superstore) in the Jr. Plus section and it is starting to show my love. I believe there are a couple curry stains and few rips but I still love it and wore it yesterday.
jeggings : fashion bug
top : fred meyers
cardigan : torrid
I titled this post "No Diet Talk" because I am declaring my blog diet-talk free! Not that it has been a problem but I see my blog as my little home online and my house = my rules. Natalie from Definatalie created a wonderful badge for everyone to add to their blogs. I believe with all my heart that dieting is not a healthy choice. This may not be the popular opinion but studies show that it is true. I have made the choice to accept my size and appreciate it rather than changing it. So I have added the "No Diet Talk" badge to my sidebar.
I could use the badge at all times. The workplace is especially a haven for such talk. One day, a coworker complimented me on losing weight and asked how I did it. Then the discussion of my vegetarianism came up. I, in fact, hadn't lost a significant amount of weight nor was I trying. I told her this but graciously accepted her compliment and just said I think my shape has changed since I have become vegetarian. But before I could explain that I wasn't dieting, not depriving myself of anything and practicing intuitive eating, the conversation began at the breakroom table about the newest fad diet and how much they all hated their bodies. In a world obsessed with making their women smaller, I am confidently 5'9" and 300 pounds!