I started thinking about how I am pretty real on my blog, but there are certain things that I don't talk about. Not because I am hiding them from you, but because they haven't really come up yet. Most of these things aren't healthy living related at all.
Don't let these faces fool you, we aren't perfect!
So here they are, things that you may be shocked (or not shocked at all) to know about me (and us):
We are MESSY. It may not always be obvious in the photos that I post but we rarely have a 100% clean house. Our friend Amber would be shocked and appalled if she set foot into our house. This is part of the reason why we rarely have friends over (Bernie is the other reason, some people are afraid of him). You should see the mad dash to clean the house before our family comes over!
As soon as I get home, I put on my pajamas and take my hair down. My hair is instantly messy, and it probably doesn't help that I haven't gotten a haircut in about a year.
Speaking of hair, I sometimes like to chew on mine. Ali has witnessed this. I think I have done this since I was little and my parents tried to scare me out of it by telling me I would get a hairball in my stomach.
I will re-wear dirty running clothes. What? We only do laundry every three weeks (only semi-joking when it comes to regular clothes).
When I hit 1,000 miles this outfit was dirty
I like food, a lot, but this wasn't always the case. I have had my ups and downs with food (and eating in general), but I think I am at a good place in my life now.
Sometimes I really can't tell if people are joking. This can cause problems.
I have wanted to talk about our relationship with some people in our family, but I can't. Let me just say that the relationship is pretty strained.
I often feel like a bad sister, because I don't know much about my brother. I hope that changes some day.
Weren't we cute?
I have mini panic attacks when Mike (or anyone else but me) drives, because I am typically afraid that we will get in a car accident.
I am actually pretty anti-social, so if you are lucky enough to get to hang out with me that means I consider you one of my good friends.
I am afraid of failing, but I try to pretend like it doesn't bother me when things don't go the way I want them to.
We spend a lot of money on this triathlon life of ours, so much so that I haven't bought new regular clothes in a long time (with the exception of one pair of jeans a few weeks ago). I'm really in need of new clothes.
I'd rather buy new running clothes
Well, there you have it. I hope you still like me after reading all of that!
What are some things you have a hard time blogging about?