FOR 10 DAYS. 10 WHOLE DAYS.
I failed. Miserably. On the 8th day, I gave up, I couldn't do it anymore.
Partially because I was losing an extreme amount of weight. Mostly because I was tired, hungry, unsatisfied, and wanted to feel like a human again.
I ate all of the chocolate when it was over.
I'm going to be honest, it would be effective if you needed to lose weight–I can't deny that. But I wanted food, and it didn't work for me.
I can seriously say it was the most pointless pain I had ever put myself through.
You say you like chocolate?
NO. YOU CAN'T.
You want a bagel for breakfast?
HAHA NOPE YOU CAN'T HAVE IT.
You want to have ice cream for Mother's Day?
NOPE. YOU DON'T FRICKIN DESERVE IT.
Do have any idea how difficult it was? Do you? DO YOU REALLY?
I'm sorry, it's something I feel very passionately about, I like food. And eating. Well, eating mostly. It's one of my passions.
So yeah, if you're looking to lose weight, go for it. If not, I don't recommend this challenge unless you feel like being overly exhausted, aggravated, and craving only the things you are told you can't have.
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I want to finish by thanking anyone who is reading this blog or has read this blog at some point this year. Although my blog isn't popular like this amazing one, or this one, I found out that I genuinely like writing every week. It was homework that wasn't tedious, it was more of a way to express my feelings about things I liked or hated (like this one).
So. Yep. Hope you enjoyed all of my rants and sob stories and lists, because I know I enjoyed yours.