15,000-19,999 SparkPoints 15,619

So Many Fails and a Kayak!

Saturday, December 22, 2012

I dont understand why i convince myself to stop once i reach a 15 pound weightloss. I tell myself "you can eat that piece of chocolate pie, you lost the weight already and it will only be an extra workout tomorrow" Plus i always tell myself TOMORROW! I have to stop this trend and start picking my self up and just get myself in gear. Now is a better time than ever though and my b/f will be joining me weather he realizes it or not. I have been cooking healthier and he has enoyed it thus far, i am cutting half the meat out of our diets because we eat to much of it as is. Back to fish, veggies and yogurt! i enjoyed it once before when i lost 80 pounds so i just have to get myself back in the old groove of things and finish losing the weight!
I started a secret kayak fund in my ceramic fish vase the other day. I cleaned all around the house and the laundry room and probably found $30 in change, still havent cleaned out the vehicles yet either! I am hoping to have enough in $1-$5 and change by June to buy the kayak :) Whatever i need left over i will do OT at work to makeup for it. I think it will be a great surprise to the b/f and it is something healthy we enjoy doing together :)

Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
  • MISTY919
    I am so glad that someone else found my idea inspiring! I thought it would be a good idea, we usually take all of our change and go out to a nice resteraunt with it every year or buy a couple new movies and a lot of snacks, this way we will have a motivator and a fun yearly activity to do instead. I think i am going to aim high every year and get a new "toy" for outdoor activitys by creating funds :)
    1734 days ago
    Love this kayak idea!!!!! You have inspired me to start my own fund!
    1735 days ago
  • ALICIA214

    Good luck with your Kayak fund. emoticon
    1735 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.