I haven't had a cycle since July 27th.
My breast started to hurt at the touch the other day. I guess she shall be around soon. I feel like I have gained some weight, but I am honestly affraid to check because I know I won't change the way I eat. I was supose to get my levels rechecked last month, but I've been putting that off to, scared of the results.
I don't have it in me to change my eating habits or diet. I don't think I eat particularly unhealthy, but I guess it could be better. I think if I added regular exercise to my weekly schedule, it would help. However, until I get to feeling better, the docs want me resting, not playing tennis or working out. I did buy a tennis racket and play about a week ago, but it did make it hard to breathe after a few minutes. I did enjoy playing tennis, though. I have never played tennis from what I can remember. It was so much fun and my BFF Mel has agreed we should do it 3-5 days a week once I get to feeling better.
Prior to us moving, I rarely cooked because thugboy was over so much. Now that we have a place of our own (and a working oven!) I have been trying to cook a lot more. Instead of running through the drive-thru every morning and evening, I've been cooking.
For breakfast I would run through and get a chicken biscuit or sausage burrito or even a crossonwich, and a large sweet tea. The tea lasted me until lunch time at work, usually. Now I am cooking my own breakfast burrito with 2 pieces of bacon, 1 egg, and a tortillia. If I'm not in the mood for eggs, I will make 2 pieces of bacon and toast. Or even a bowl of cereal.
As for lunch, we get it catered. It's way to hard to say no to free food. What can I say? I've tried bringing my lunch, but it only last maybe a week. Plus, did I mention the food is free? Okay. End of point.
For dinners I would run and grab me something cheap (not heatlhy, cheap) because I didn't like cooking at the house with thugboy around, plus M changed his eating habits to lose all that weight, so it was just meal for one. How can I justify spending $10-15 on ingrediants for just me, when I can run some where and pick up something for $2-5? Now I try to cook at least five nights a week. Although I am not one for canned, boxed, or frozen crap, I also don't eat whole-grain organtic crap either. I cook what we are in the mood for-- soft tacos, baked chicken, steaks, soups, chilli, and such. I do make sure we have at least one or two veggies and only one maybe two starches. So it's not fast food calories but it's also not top notch healthy, either.
I don't eat salads or drink plain water. I know that's bad, but I can't help it.
I guess the only other solution is to exercise more often, hopefully I will be rid of this cold soon enough so my lungs can handle a bit of extra movement.