I have 3 weeks to get back on track, officially starting Friday. Need my fruits, veggies, and, dare I say, exercise.
I guess it was because I had kind of given up. I stopped weighing myself and started eating, I’ve been eating junk and I’m starting to feel the effects. What was most upsetting was that I weighed myself today and I was 178lbs. That’s 6 or 7 lbs higher than my highest weight…
The thing is, I’m kind of stuck. I’m at a top notch university, so literally all I do it go to class, do work, and sleep if there is time left. I don’t have time to eat healthy because all “healthy” food on campus makes me sick from the lack of hygiene at on campus vendors. That grilled chicken doesn’t seem as appetizing when I know it’s made me sick 2 or 3 times from being raw and slimy in the center. The salad doesn’t look so yummy when I know they don’t wash the lettuce.
I’m not exactly sure what to do, because I can’t find enough time to finish my work and study for exams, let alone, dare I say it, EXERCISE. People say oh, take the stairs, do things the “harder” way, but I don’t have time for that. I’m surprised I have time to write this, OH RIGHT, that’s because I’m going late to a meeting with a teaching assistant to be here. I can’t give up on school to exercise, so where is the balance?
So, anyone at a top 20 school want to tell me how you deal? I’m not trying to say that in a pretentious way, these schools are just inhumane in the excess amount of work they give. Feel free to message me.