As I Approach My Hump Weight Loss...
Thursday, January 03, 2013
As I approach my hump weight loss to date (if it ever gets here) I am thankful that the holidays are officially over with and I am back to work trying to get where I need to be. I didn't realize how much I enjoyed the gym until I took nearly a week and half off from it. While I was able to get in a few runs here and there, it just didn't feel the same. With dinners, cakes, and candies being shoved down my throat I fell into temptation but thankfully I made it back to civilization.
Now that I am back though I am not wanting to go workout. I know this is typical after not having to for a long time but I definitely need someone to slap me in the face to get my butt back in gear. The week of Christmas I was 3 lbs from my hump weight loss. I had made it to 67 lbs lost in 4.5 months and have been scared to get back on the scale. I will get back on this weekend to see how it looks. I still plan on doing everything back to my old routine. Even made my way back to the nasty ole tuna fish.
Looking back on it though if I did gain some weight, who cares. I am still better off than I was 4.5 months ago and I am hoping that since these past 4 weeks I maintained a 2 lb loss per week that once I get over the hump I can start to lose more. I am still praying hard about where God wants me to be, whether it be at home or to pursue my dream of the military but only time will tell and a lot of praying. Such a huge decision is going to require some time and as the weight comes off and time flies by it puts a lot of pressure on me to make the best decision for my family, not just me.
It is glad to be back to that normalcy thought. I felt lazy all throughout the holiday and am excited to be back. So I am down to lose 75 more lbs by August. Is it going to happen? Who knows. Is it obtainable? Yes! Am I determined? Most Definitely. These next 8 months are going to be exciting. So if you are reading this, keep coming back for more because I am about to blow your mind?
God Bless You Everyone.