Lately I have not quite been feeling myself. I feel tired a lot of the time, and I just don't feel like doing a whole lot. Very blah you could say. I'll admit, I am probably burnt out. I have traveled 5/7 past weekends, and none of these little trips I would classify as the relaxing kind. And while I need to come to terms with that fact that I'm not exactly a spring chicken anymore, I can't help but wonder if this is largely due to my diet. When I say diet I don't mean the counting calories, watermelon soup kind - just my everyday intake of food. While I wouldn't consider myself an unhealthy eater (the pack of starbursts and brownie I've had since lunch may beg to differ...) I don't exactly consider myself the healthiest. I know I am lucky that I've never had to really watch what I eat due to weight (thank god, because we all know I loove my Big Macs), but I think it's time I started to due to overall health and energy. I've read so many articles saying what you put into your body largely affects how you look and feel - which makes sense to me. It's just time for me to implement that. Harder said than done. I love my junk food, and I mean LOVE. Maybe since I've wrote it down and got it on paper (the internet) it'll be easier to motivate myself - keep myself accountable. So here goes nothing... Healthy Kay is on her way! Hopefully with more energy and glowing skin!
I am a bit reluctant to admit how into The Hills I still am. I know I should have moved on by now, but something keeps me coming back. Whatever your thoughts are on the show, one thing you can't deny is that Lauren Conrad has style.
Knowing myself, I'm sure I'll cave and end up buying her style book that comes out this fall. I am not opposed to getting some tips and tricks from someones whose style is always spot on. I don't love the cover though. The smirk she has going on just isn't doing it for me.