Now, I’m no nutritionist, but I like to think of myself as a fairly healthy eater. People sometimes consider me a weird eater since I don’t eat a whole lot of meat and I usually have some hodgepodge concoction put together for lunch or dinner. “Are you eating caviar??” (referring to the quinoa on my plate). Ummm, not quite haha. And while I’m not a big meat-eater unless my dad shot it himself, I still get plenty of protein and plant-based nutrients that keep me fully satisfied, my energy levels up, and my body (seemingly) thriving!
With a social media dominated society, it’s easy to start to feel down about your own life while looking through the eyes of everyone else through their posts and pictures. One friend may be running a marathon while another just got a promotion at work. And what have you gotten? A free cookie at a gas station. Wooooo. What you have to remember, however, is that most people only post the things they feel most proud of, not the things happening in their lives that make them feel lazy or embarrassed. It’s only natural! They want people to view them in a positive light. And you know what? They may be on to something. It’s been shown that people that talk about their accomplishments rather than their failures are truly happier. There’s a reason that those pessimistic Negative-Nancies are just that – negative and miserable.