30,000-39,999 SparkPoints 34,006

Let's recap shall we??

Friday, January 25, 2013

I weighed in on Friday with a huge 4lb gain!! I decided I didn't care and ate like poo for the rest of the weekend.

Sunday I went to Zumba and realized how worn out I was from eating like crap.

Monday I cut down to one can of diet soda a day (down from the 3-5 I was having)

Tuesday I got, what I thought was, a bonus Zumba class in.

Wednesday I tweeked my knee at Zumba for me.

Thursday I got to work and got a call with a screaming 5 year old in the background. Ears suck! Left work for drs visits. He was so good and requested chili for supper so I looked up a more kid friendly recipe then my new found favorite one. Bought some fresh veggies (that doesn't happen often) and took them home to cut them and saute them with minced garlic and throw chili in the crock pot. He wanted to try Dorito's (because Daddy likes them) so I got him a small bag (because we don't keep big bags of regular chips in the house) and I grabbed a 190 calorie bag of cheetos that I have been craving. Cheetos and chili (not together) were amazing. Fought a HUGE urge to drink a second soda by staying up in my room after I put our son to bed. Little man slept all night! YAY!!

Friday...weigh in day again. I had been getting on the scale so I knew I was down, just didn't know what to expect...I had dropped all 4lbs (probably more than that given the way I ate over the weekend!)! YAYAYAYAAY!!! Hubby and I may get to eat lunch together today-if so, already have it in the Nutrition tracker! :) Hope to get some gym time in before taking our middle son to basketball practice tonight and really looking forward to Zumba tomorrow!

I'd say, all in all, as far as my health goes, a pretty good week!! Now, let's hope little man's ear doesn't act up today!

Make it a great one all!
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post

    Be the First to 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.