Wednesday, January 25, 2012

So, I knew I've not been doing very good with the exercise and eating for the last couple of months so I shouldn't be surprised but I kind of was. I weighed myself this week and WOW emoticon is all I can say. I've put the 10 puonds that I lost back on emoticon WTH! Frustrates me to no end. I've been exercising the last few weeks so I'm sure I can get that number down but it just sucks. I slacked a little on my eating too.....and my wine intake.....I really need to slow down on that emoticon And I just found a really yummy Sangria from Oliver Winery that is amazing! I won't be purchasing any more of that except for special occasions. I need to just not let it get me down. I'm feeling uncomfortable in clothes and definitely out of clothes emoticon so I really enjoy the weekends when I can put my sweats on and that is not what I should be doing! I've also been sneaking chocolate and peanut butter again emoticon so I'm thinking about removing that stuff from the house entirely. I was doing so good for so long I thought I had that addiction beat but evidently not. I can do this damnit!

On a good note my puppy who had the surgery got her boot off yesterday and has been released to take short walks! So exciting for her!
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  • LIBRA73
    I know what you mean! I found the only thing that works...tracking and consistent exercise. It's the only way I can get the blubber to go away!! ARG!!!

    Hang in there!
    2247 days ago
    Great news on your pup!

    I also got complacent and regained most of what I lost. I recommitted at the beginning of this year, started tracking food again and doing 30 minutes of exercise a day and am already seeing results.

    I also got rid of most of the binge foods. Now it I want a treat I buy something in a small portion like a pint of ice cream (last 4 servings) rather than having a half gallon in the freezer calling out my name.

    Good luck on you continuing journey!!
    2249 days ago
    Hey, I gained 8 pounds over Christmas too, so we will just start again, and go from here!! Get the stuff out of your house that you know will trigger bad eating, and just GO FOR IT!!! We can do this!!! HUGS!!
    2249 days ago
    I justd read an article on how we should completely eliminate the fast carbs from our diets and not worry about calorie counts, protien, and fat. It said the whole problem is our insulin levels and the only way to get insulin levels down is to ditch the fast carbs. Cravings are supposed to disappear when insulin levels go down.

    I know I did really great the first two months, then it all went Ka-Ploeey! I let the fast carbs sneak back in and haven't been able to control anything since then.

    Funny thing is the one thing I don't feel guilty about is chocolate and peanut butter! I'm pretty good at keeping the peanut butter to a tablespoon on a sandwich or an apple. And while I can't control candy bars, I can use portion control on a good dark chocolate bar so that I can have a small treat each night.

    Anyway, I'm starting again. And again.

    PS. Sorry this is all about me, it was supposed to encourage you!
    2249 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/25/2012 4:44:01 PM
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