I know it's full of sugar and bad stuff but I can drink a whole litre before you can say apple juice addict. At least it's not soda.... right?
Hot chocolate, milkshakes and whipped cream.
Because... hot chocolate, milkshakes and all the whip.
Well, I'm trying to curb this addiction but I'll never 100% give it up. I love it too much. I've been doing ridiculously well since I gave it up for April, only bought a few things in May and most of them were things for Europe.
Being in the sun.
I love the sun. It's in my blood. Being Australian means you love the sun. It also means that you have a hole in the ozone layer and you're 100 times more likely to get skin cancer than your American friend but.. hey sun. I love you. I don't lay out for 8 hours anymore, I lather on sunscreen like it's my job (sometimes I forget, but hey jobs have weekends) and the biggest thing - I don't live in Oz anymore. But I still love the feeling of the sun beating down on me.
Gluten / beer.
You'd think being diagnosed with a disease would make you stop eating the stuff that makes you sick. 90% of the time I am very well behaved and other times give me the damn cake and my bud light please.
I take lazy days to a whole different level. If you think you can rock a lazy day, you've not seen me during one of mine. Which is how it's gonna stay because that would be weird.
I'm so bad with the pill, I have a reminder in my phone but I'm still all over the place. It's a wonder we don't have a mini-porridge yet.
Creamy dressings and pasta sauces.
I know other ones are better for you, but.... creamy. Yum.
Weighing myself everyday.
Sometimes I skip a day, most of the time not. I think for some people it can really mess them up, and it's definitely been me in the past, but most of the time it's a good way for me to keep tabs on small changes before they become big changes.
I know, I know, I know. Gross. But I just.can't.help.it.
Grinding my teeth in my sleep.
I've tried to wear mouth guards and all sorts of other gems, but they don't work, I can't sleep, or they make me grind my teeth more. I don't do it nearly as much as I used to, probably only a handful of times a year now compared to every night when I was younger.
Sometimes procrastination can be good - taking a break can give you the energy to finish the project. For me, I'm a good ol' 'I'll do it later, later, later oh bugger it was due an hour ago' procrastinator.
Eating lunch at my desk.
This isn't good for many reasons, but it allows me to blog and stuff, so I'm down with it. Sometimes I go out, but that normally makes me spend money so I don't dig it. Sometimes I go for a walk, but it makes me sleepy and not want to go back to work, so this works for me.
Yeah I know it's annoying. It's really annoying when KC does it, but just call me the kettle.
Well that sounds horrible, doesn't it? What I mean is that I am not a glass of wine or 1 beer a couple times of week kinda girl. I'm just not, never have been, never will be. I've done it like 5 times my entire life. What I am is someone who'll party like she's 21 about 10 times a year, regretting it about 10 times a year but there you go. This includes double fisting a bud light and a glass of bubbles.
Ok, help me feel better - any 'bad' habits you'll never break?