Lindsie Chrisley took a break from social media in October. She told her fans she needed a “spiritual” break for self-maintenance. Prior to that, she went off on a trip without her son or husband. And afterward, she felt guilty. Well, it looks like her “spiritual maintenance” worked as she just binged on pizza and TV shows without guilt.
Lindsie Chrisley seems totally guilt-free as she binges
Oh, to binge on our favorite food and lie around like couch potatoes and just enjoy our favorite shows! Well, Lindsie did just that. It sounds like heaven. But, too often the family, or our friends or studies or work get in the way of that. And when we self-indulge, way too many of us feel guilty. Well, Lindsie previously told her fans that sometimes, she just “unplugs” from everything around her. And, it looks like she really learned that lesson well.
Taking to Instagram on Monday, the Coffee Convos Podcast star shared a photo of herself lying in her bed and snacking on a huge pizza. She wrote a long caption and some of it contained useful tips. Lindsie Chrisley started off by saying, “I’ve been binging The Undoing, The Flight Attendant &…Teacher.” Then, she asked if any of her fans already watched them. Next, she commented on the shows. She noted, “wouldn’t it [feel so] strange if you woke up one day, your whole world was turned upside down?”
More shows and no guilt
Not done with binging, she told her fans that she brought them something to remember every week. Actually, one important thing she mentioned included “Stop waiting for Friday.” Plus, she reminded her followers that “striving for progress” beats out striving for “perfection.” Furthermore, Lindsie talked about self-worth and the opinion of others. And really, what does it matter if all you do today is “just breathe?” Finally, she reminded people that it’s “okay not to be okay.”
The Amy Rees Anderson Blog talks about not “waiting for Friday.” Just like Lindsie Chrisley, fans might take something from the saying. Actually, if we wait for Friday for the good times, how much good stuff might we miss on other days? So, Amy Rees Anderson suggests people find something they look forward to every day. Like watching TV or grabbing takeout on a Tuesday. Notably, a lot of people waste their lives away hoping for Friday and dreading Monday.
Stay sane, binge on a Tuesday
Perhaps, like Lindsie Chrisley, occasionally breaking the mold and just enjoying some guilt-free binging is one way to stay sane. Sometimes, retreating from the real world for a bit and taking some alone-time, just sounds like heaven, Do you agree? Sound off your thoughts in the comments below.
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