Since online dating, I have ghosted people. I should probably do a longer post on this because I never thought I would ever ghost someone. It seemed mean and cold hearted and I would never want to be ghosted and so we should treat others the way we want to be treated, right? Well, like my pops says: firm in principle, flexible in practice. Online dating ia a new frontier for me. I’m not going to lie about it. And for the most part, it has been great because I have learned so much about myself, how I view the world and relationships, even God. But there were a handful of occasions where ghosting was necessary. Let me just say: it was not because it was the easy way out. It was the only way out. Again, I should probably do a post about this.
I sometimes have insomnia. I am pretty sure that isn’t news. Ask me anything about Brexit because when that was happening I was not sleeping at all and just followed British news all night, erry night. This past weekend though? I could not sleep enough. I am still feeling a little more tired than normal but a lot better because, this weekend, I was pretty sure I was becoming a zombie.
I having been doing the sugar-free, gluten-free Candida diet since late July/early August. It isn’t about losing weight. It helps with chronic pain by killing or decreasing the amount of yeast we all have in our bodies (from antibiotics and other things). I did it before when I was first diagnosed with my chronic condition and it made a world of difference. I am in a different place healthwise starting out this time but again, I am so thankful that I can treat food as medicine. I really am determined that this be a true lifestyle change for me this time!
I am looking forward to Fall BUT I am not looking forward to a lack of sunlight. When it gets dark at 4 o’clock in the afternoon, I slowly lose to will to go on. But like, I am going to focus on my very basic pumpkin spice greek yogurt (since I can’t have the lattè…See number three).
Got a confession for me?