Being fat gave me a convenient excuse when I was losing my shirt as a retail salesman over 20 years ago. I would come home after not making any money on commissions and tell Kathy, "Nobody would buy from me because I was fat and ugly." Met a new friend back then too. His name was Prozac.
In the past year, I have lost over 30 pounds. I feel better and clothes fit better as well. I'm still overweight, and I need to get off my fat posterior and do some more about it. Truth is, I have been fighting a battle with my weight since I was 11 years old. As an adult, I have seen a high of 305 pounds and a low of 186. So I know what to do to lose. Just isn't as easy as some like to think.
A video which has gone viral in the past few days is from news reporter, Jennifer Livingston. If was in response to a comment made by someone who wasn't even a regular viewer.
I would guess Jennifer Livingston has to work harder at her craft because she's not blonde and a size zero. I'm sure the station recognizes her hard work. Most of us who don't fit the typical Hollywood stereotype have to work harder to accomplish anything.
I was in an exchange with "the trolls." One had run out of ammo to shoot at me, so this person referred to a photo I posted of myself in an earlier blog post and told me that I should spend time on a treadmill. Yep, when all else fails, play the "you're fat" card.
Walk a mile in my shoes. Just make sure you are wearing diabetic socks and support hose. Also check out the latest stats on obesity in America. Also don't be so quick to judge.