On my way... Still

Friday, October 14, 2011

Well it's veen a long while since I've written anything. I'd been busy with 2 part time jobs back then. Now thankfully I've got one job, & a pretty good schedule. Exercise is great, & has never been a problem. Exercise is a priority, & I do it no matter what!!! I do hogh intensity classes like " ripped", boxing, & intense training, & running. However, eating is my downfall. I love to eat. I love carbs, especially chocolate! I always want to eat at night. I really struggle & have gained nearly 10 pounds In the last few months. I have hypothyroidism, which makes losing weight especially difficult. I had been on a good roll for a while, eating lots of fruit & limiting sweets. But I find now I feel like I have little to no wilpower at night & try to rationalize my late evening snacking. Even exercising 6-7 days a week often I can't overcome bad eating habits. I really do want to get back on track & back to my good weight. I just need to really do it & start tracking my food. I haven't been faithfully which makes it all to easy to overindulge. No more excises it's time for a change. I need to stop buying it too. Best of luck to you wherever you are on your journey. It's never to late for a change!
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  • TAMI1233
    Sometimes you just need to watch what you eat, no amount of exercise wil help. But that doesn't mean you have to eliminate sweets, just get the low calorie ones...They have tons of options 100 calorie fudgesicles, 15 calorie popsicles, skinny cow just came out with some low cal. candy, they have tons of 100 calorie pack cookies and chocolate covered pretzels...the point is you have options you just have to look for them. In theory you could have a chocolatey snack everyday! But good job with the exercise sounds like your really on top of it! emoticon
    2345 days ago
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