Whew! It's been a while, hasn't it? I've been really busy with work and very sick, but now that things have calmed down and I'm on the mend, I finally made a video on a topic I've been wanting to address for a long, long time.
Ever catch yourself saying, "I feel FAT"? I do. I've also noticed that many of my friends and social colleagues have been saying it more lately, too. I've even noticed people saying it when I'm in public, like in the dressing rooms at Ross or on the sidewalks of my neighborhood during Sunday brunch hours.
But I try to never let that statement go by without probing a little deeper. Here's why:
And another thing I've noticed: nobody ever says "I feel fat" in a positive way. Which makes me really concerned about the message we're sending our kids about the "f-word". Remember back in the 90s when we spelled it with a "ph" and it meant something that was sooooo cool? I vote we bring that back.
So what do YOU actually mean when you say "I feel fat"?
Wishing you love (and a beautiful Memorial Day!) with extra cheese-