Wednesday, July 18, 2012

This week has started out one way, and now...I'm just plowing through each day. In the past, I would use this chaos as an excuse: See? I can't take time to exercise. Too much going on! No time to cook healthy delivery it is!

And, to be honest, last night WAS in fact a pizza delivery night. But I also opened a bag of salad and kept all my portions reasonable. My diet yesterday wasn't very balanced, but I did stay in my calorie range.

Which is no small thing.

I'm taking a few minutes today to review my plan, for food and exercise, and I'm going to keep putting one foot in front of the other.

The time goes by whether I'm taking care of myself or letting myself go. I choose to take care of myself, no matter what.

Bring it on, Wednesday! I'm ready!
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    1915 days ago
    Remember, every battle that was ever fought, and every mountain that was ever climbed all began the same way. By just deciding to start, and by putting one foot in front of the other, and just continuing along the path, until the battle was won. Be strong! emoticon
    1917 days ago
    you GO girl! you're doing awesome... sometimes it's all we can do just to stay on or near the calorie range.. pizza nights are a life saver long as we're being mindful. exactly like you were :)
    1917 days ago
  • LAZAR2
    I think you are doing great! If you can stay within your calorie range that is a HUGE achievement and is half the battle right there! Keep doing what you're doing! Left, right, left, right...
    1917 days ago
    My eating has also been a bit out of control these past couple days. Nothing outrageous, but not what it should be, either.
    It's because I was extra-tired and when my body is worn out, my brain doesn't have the energy to fight temptations. I'm not trying to make excuses - I'm just using these past few days as a learning experience.

    I like your comment about the time going by. I often remind myself: These next 6 months will go by one way or another. Wouldn't it be great to have a stronger, leaner, healthier body (and lifestyle) to show for it?

    We'll tackle this day. And we'll come out victorious! emoticon
    1917 days ago
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