Day 3488: Taking up too much space

I don’t want to be taking up too much space here explaining that I — and many other women I know — sometimes worry about taking up too much space.

In order to let go of that worry, I’ve practiced taking up too much space at concerts, for example, momentarily stretching out like a cat or using my elbows to establish territory.

So I don’t mind if I’m taking up too much space sharing my images for today.

Because I’m using the Noom app to change my eating habits, cheesecake is not taking up too much space here these days. Narcissists, however, are always taking up too much space, no matter where they are.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “taking up too much space.”

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I also find this:

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Please don’t worry about taking up too much space in the comments section, below.

I don’t mind if I’m taking up too much space thanking all those who visit this blogspace, including YOU!

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10 thoughts on “Day 3488: Taking up too much space

  1. It’s taking up far too much space in my head right now that the same people who lost the fight to prevent same-sex couples from marrying in 2015 want to have that same fight all over again. I wonder what it is about me that I’m always surprised by how small-minded and shortsighted some people can be.
    I could go on about that but I don’t want to take up too much space.

  2. I’m arriving quite late in the day to your post but I’m glad that I didn’t miss it.

    Just out of curiosity, how is Noom working for you?

    • Noom is helping me change some habits — specifically my emotional eating. I always appreciate how you take up space here, Maureen.

      • If you have a tendency to eat emotionally, then it is all the better that Michael prepares food for you with love.

      • Thanks for taking up space with another lovely comment, Maureen.

  3. i like to take up headspace to encourage people to open their heart space to other people in the world and not keep it closed and tight, not letting in the iight.

  4. I wish more people would feel the kindness and consideration coming from your space, Ann.

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