So, today is World Mental Health Awareness Day, and as you know, I do have a history with my head. And for this post, I want to talk about how I manage myself now, and compare and contrast with how I was.
This evening; the 27th of August, has certainly been an eventful one, as tonight the family and myself managed to save a rabbit from being killed and ripped apart. That rabbit is alive and well right now, and I am going to tell you the story of how my family (with minor assistance from me) saved this animal.
This post is a short one. I have begun The Great Summer Challenge, a personal quest for healthier living, rigorous exercise, and a year-long journey to fit into some of my older shirts (because they’re just hanging out under my bed).
So, I am fat. I am very, very fat. All by my own accord, admittedly. I have been comfort eating for a long time now, and it has really caused by to balloon to a silly weight, which needs to be addressed. I decided over the weekend, I am going to do something about it.
I started University over one year ago now, and I have to say that my life has changed in a lot of areas. The Ben Attwood of now is not the same Ben Attwood from this time last year. The Ben Attwood from that point in time was nervous, anxious, pretty lonely, and getting used to a new normal. The Ben Attwood of today is very different, and I will tell you why.