Nothing like a TMI post to really draw in readers, amiright? All kidding aside, I think these kinds of posts are always fun to read and I wanted to get a little more personal with everyone but in a more lighthearted way.
Growing Up With Big Boobs: When I saw this article on Huffington Post, I was intrigued as a lifetime member of the A Cup Club (not a thing, but I wish it was!) It’s interesting seeing the other side of the story, and it makes me sympathize with the larger-chested ladies a little more. The thing is, I’ve kinda grown to love my 32A’s. I feel like they fit my frame, and I love being able to wear strapless tops and low cut bikinis without worrying about spilling out. I’m not gonna lie, I would like to have B cups and a little cleavage, but I can’t complain too much…especially because I don’t have to wear a sports bra while working out! Side note: after reading that article, I found one for all my fellow small-chested ladies out there…check that one out here.
Having a Sore Throat for 12+ Days: Remember when I tweeted about this, on oh, October 13? Yeah, I actually started feeling sick around the 6th, and my sore throat didn’t completely go away until the 18th. I’ve been getting sore throats more frequently than any other kind of illness, but I’ve never had one that lasted almost 2 weeks and was severe the entire time. The pain got to be almost unbearable at night, and I was finally considering going to the health center on campus to get it checked out but luckily I didn’t have to because it resolved itself. I still don’t know what caused it, but I had no other symptoms of a cold, so it was really bizarre.
10 Things You Probably Don’t Want to Share: This makes me even more OCD about my personal items. I rarely share personal hygiene things anyway, except with my sister or mom, but now I’m really grossed out.
6 Gross Things People Do for Their Health: Even though a lot of these things sound questionable, they may be cultural traditions and hey, if it works, more power to ya if you wanna try it!
CrossFit’s Dirty Little Secret: I’m not a Crossfitter, but I know a lot of people both outside and inside the blog world that are, and this article points out a scary issue that can happen with intense training, as in CrossFit. The ironic part is that rhabdomyolysis usually happens to the very fit–which just goes to show that rest days are extremely important (something I’m continually reminding myself!)
What’s your TMI to share this Tuesday?