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why can't I stay on track for more than 3 days???

Friday, February 15, 2013

I've had 10lbs to my goal weight for months! I have bad weekends, get back on track Mondays since I'm at work,and then fail miserably by Thursday! I know that I'm tired by the end of the week, and working out would make me feel better, but the "devil" in me chooses baking and being lazy! What is my problem?

I've asked my husband to hide EVERYTHING from cake mixes, candy, brownie mix and baking chips so that I won't have anything accessible to bake or eat that I don't need! He sad is that? I've started training for a half marathon and use the excuse of "we'll I I can eat it!" Way too frequently. Why can't I get on track and stay on track? I want to succeed and reach my goal, but continuously Saratoga myself. I don't know why. I want to find the reason / understand why I can't get it together?

I beat myself up constantly which usually leads to more eating. 99% of time I'm not hungry...I don't know if writing every day will help or if there is a group. On Sparkpeople that I can join to just post random thoughts??

I among to try running in the morning twice a week next week to see if it helps me mentally having exercise over before I get home from work so that I'm not finding excuses and end up not doing anything. I'm hoping once winter goes away I will be able to get outside again and not be tempted by boredom inside.

I'm hoping for now that writing daily will help me so that I don't stew on it constantly and finally find my success!
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    Get rid of all the goodies out the door they must go. Try this get all your fresh fruit & vegetables on Sat or Sun. wash 7 cut them up & put them in 21 baggies. keep them in the crisper. I find this easier because I get too lazy to cut them up. I am a terrible carb eater rather than a sweet eater,that is what accounts for this weight gain.
    1834 days ago
    you can do it :)
    1834 days ago
    don't worry about today or before nothing you can do about that. Starting tomorrow track everything you do and eat. emoticon emoticon
    1834 days ago
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