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Friday, February 01, 2013

January Reflection - The good news is that I lost all of the weight that I gained over Christmas. Yeah, all of those Christmas cookies with all of my no-no foods. I also started to become aware of how powerful my self-talk as been and I'm doing my best to turn that around for the good instead of emoticon. I'm also more aware of how difficult losing these last 5-6lbs will be.

February Goals - As for weight loss, I will be thrilled to lose 2lbs. Yes, just 2lbs. It might sound like a small feat but trust me it isn't. I'm also going to continue to work on the mindless eating. I'm finding that I can self-talk myself out of it and I have been winning the battle more now. Still not enough but at least I can see that trusting the process works.

I'm totally looking forward to Spring and Summer so I can shed these layers of clothes and really show off all of my hard work. There are a few ex's I wouldn't mind running into emoticon
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    emoticon Leah! emoticon emoticon !!
    1353 days ago
    You are so focused, Leah, that I have no doubt that you will meet whatever goals you set!
    1356 days ago
  • BLH507
    I think that's a great goal for where you are! Can't wait to be there too!

    1357 days ago
    Great blog! You are so focused, I know you will lose those last few (but maybe hardest!) pounds. LOL...I hope you run into all those exs and let them drool!
    1357 days ago
    Your blogs always make me smile. Thanks for a great read.

    I love your clear-headed planning and self-awareness. I am working on being more realistic, yet hopeful and goal-oriented!

    Yes, with all your hard work, spring for you will be like a butterfly emerging from the (wool-and-quilted-down) cocoon!!
    1357 days ago
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