I have been very outspoken when it comes to the fact that Healthy does not mean stick skinny.
Then I read THIS!
I feel a little sense of relief.
Hopefully this is a trend that will continue to pass on.
It is not right for the fashion industry to market STICK THIN as the norm.
And adjust their clothes sizing to that.
I am convinced that a US size 4 five years ago is different than a US size 4 today.
I actually have the proof.
I HAVE A PAIR OF PANTS FROM BEFORE I HAD EMRY.
I measured them, and then compared them to a Arizona brand size 4 (all American brand, right?)
I gave 2 inches from the old pair, since they were stretched out by wear.
AND IT WAS STILL 3 INCHES BIGGER THAN TODAY'S SIZE 4.
Coincidence? I think not.
And then there is the bullshit about size 6.
SIZE 6 IS NOT A PLUS SIZE.
Israel, you passed a good law.
Props to you.
I had a Cinnamon bun for a snack today.
It was so tasty.
I immediately took a 15 minute break and walked from the top parking garage to the bottom parking garage.
Probably burned nowhere near the same amount of calories in the Cinnamon bun... but hey, AT LEAST I WALKED.
I have been active every day this week at work, I just need to follow suit when I am at home.
I am doing better though.