i am totally a cereal addict! it is, hands down, my favorite food in the world. loved this video~ aside from the crunching (im crazy when it comes to crunching!) and cereal out of pyrex? wouldn’t have it any other way! thanks emily!
emily hit so many issues on the head!! i identify so much with her and the concept of always wanting to be “tinier”- not necessarily thinking you’re fat, just wanting to be littler. way to go emily– you are so brave for putting that out there
Emily, I loved this video. Cereal is so addicting. I specifically related to when you talked about getting older and your body not bouncing back as quickly. It’s depressing. And I don’t know what to do about it.
Emily, you are adorable, and I totally feel you on emotional eating…and not just the bad emotions, the good ones too! I don’t really know how to celebrate otherwise! I mean, there’s alcohol, and just a party, but alcohol is kinda lame and parties…without food?!
Hooray for curves! Embrace them. You’re beautiful and feminine.
Hey love. I can relate with the “getting old” fear and feeling of not bouncing back as quickly. At a dinner for someone’s birthday a few weeks ago, I was introduced as “and that’s Anna, she’s the oldest at the table.” Starting to feel it. You are wonderful, my beautiful sister in California. Let’s “grow old” together. haha.
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