You can start from Day 1 here. I did.
Day 2: I wasn’t hungry. At all. I think my gastrointestinal system is sad.
Day 3: I drove most of the day so I could film something for “Listen to Your Mother” on SA Live, a variety show on KSAT12. I stopped and got a Topo Chico and some pistachios on the way. By the way, there’s a large recall on pistachios because of Salmonella I wasn’t aware of until this evening. “I’m one stomach flu away from my goal weight.” Who wants to watch The Devil Wears Prada?
Day 4: I almost ate a piece of a muffin. I was cleaning up LBD’s snack plate and I raised it to my mouth before I caught myself. I am positive I do this all the time. A hand full of pretzels here, a half a cookie there, a few stray socks, the remote for the big TV… I think all moms have become a “mindless grazing garbage disposal” at some point. Although it’s a good way to cut down on laundry and television, I’m thinking it is a silent weight-loss saboteur.
Day 5: I look skinnier and possibly my skin is sort of glow-ey. Not entirely sure, though, because I have a monster headache and there are four of me in the mirror. Damn you sugar headache. Maybe, I can get one of the four Liza’s to go wash the dishes for me?
(About half as much hair.)
Read Days 6-13 here.Liza Dora is an author, illustrator, teacher, mother, wife, blogger, and the owner of the eponymous Liza Dora Books. Her writing has been in publications around the world and her books have been featured in both media and print. She’s sold books in over ten different countries and her titles have been both Amazon Hot New Releases and Amazon Bestsellers in their respective categories.