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Trying Again

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Well, it's been about a year and a half since I officially stopped SP. We moved from Anchorage to Wasilla and I had a baby in that time. Now that my daughter, Isabella, is year old (TODAY!!!) I have decided that enough is enough. I'm WAY off track. I do still have the old SP mentality in the back of my head, daily but it's not enough to "remember SP". I need to live it again. I did so well....

So, before I lost almost 40 pounds...it was hovering. With everything going on the past year and a half, I gained all but 5 pounds back. When I saw that scale at 260 I panicked. So I started doing what I could remember, and dropped 8 pounds. I can't continue on that path though. My days are with Isabella (I'm a stay at home mom) and she comes first no matter what. Long story short, I don't eat almost all day. Maybe a bowl of cereal here and some cheese and crackers there, but honestly...no joking...that's it until after she goes to bed and I have a bowl of soup with some crackers.

I know what I need to do, batch cook, freeze, reheat. I understand that. I am lazy again with my food, and I want to enjoy my food, not wolf it down. The only time I can enjoy my food is at night.

Alright, I'm off, time to get some stuff done before she wakes up from her nap. emoticon
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  • v AMANDAMNORRIS
    Welcome back!
    1685 days ago
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  • v JEANNINEMM68
    I am starting again also. I am lazy about my food so I understand what you mean. We can take this journey together. emoticon
    1686 days ago
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