Shameless Couch Potato


Hi all, how cute is this kitty!? I’m currently watching old Are You Afraid of the Dark episodes with my son. I’m not exactly sure what it was that made me think of this subject, but if you had to pick one of the “Seven Deadly Sins,” that you are most guilty of, which would it be? Here’s a list for those of you who don’t know them off hand: lust, gluttonygreedsloth, wrathenvy and pride.
I chose sloth as mine, not because I resemble them on the mornings when I forget to take my makeup off the night before, but because I spend 90% of my free time on my couch or in my bed! Whether it’s working on my computer, studying, Netflix & snacks, blogging or cuddling with my little boy, I am the number one most awesome couch potato {someone get me trophy}. Truthfully, I am a super introverted person and can only handle so many social interactions with people in a week. I tend to lock myself in my bedroom and lay around, which is arguably quite needed for my soul, but not the best exercise plan. Don’t get me wrong, I’m busy as heck and practically lose my marbles several times a week, which is exactly why I need those good old couch potato days. I suffer from extremely bad anxiety and panic disorder {pouty bat face} and without those release + relax moments I don’t think I would be able to survive some of the more stressful days I have in a year.

So what about you guys? Which of the Seven Deadly Sins are you most guilty of? Comment below!


2 thoughts on “Shameless Couch Potato

  1. Sloth: I can relate, girl. haha
    Love me my couch & laptop :)
    You defo need to relax nicely to be able to cope with stress and enjoy life more.
    I think pride would be the most terrible one, it was also the original sin as in very first one, if I’m not mistaken.
    Great post, girlie. Thought-provoking and fun to read.
    xox Nadia

    1. I’m glad I could inspire you, Nadia. I went back and forth between sloth and gluttony, because laziness and endless snacks go hand in hand! I think greed might be the most common overall, which can often lead to pride and envy as well. It’s definitely something to think about that’s for sure.

      xo Nicole

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