So for the last two years, I've been working at the hospital. For the last 15 years or so, I have worn scrubs as lounging-around-the-house-wear/pajamas. So if you do the math, these days I'm pretty much wearing scrubs 350 days a year. I get home from work, take off the official navy scrubs and put on the unofficial, washed-so-often-they're-satiny-soft not-navy scrubs and go about my day.
I don't have a problem with this.
When you wear scrubs all the time and 99% of your scrubs are a) way too big, b) kept on your body via drawstring or c) a combination of both, then it's easy to overlook where all that junk food and sweets have been accumulating all this time. And realizing the dire necessity to visit the gym frequently and intensely comes as somewhat of a punch in the rather soft gut.
So yeah, this summer I'm going to have to find something other than scrubs to work out in.