Friday, May 10, 2013
I have a cookie problem.
I love a cookie. (and cupcakes for that matter) Food is not a coping mechanism unless we allow it to be.
When I eat cookies I look like this.
(but not as adorable)
I am serious about my health and wellness. I gave up the scale because it did my head in- but my clothes are looser and I look better. I am seeing NSVs and feel great.
I cannot resist a cookie. I have a fabulous coworker who always brings me a cookie from the cafeteria. I bring my own healthy dinner but she brings me a cookie. I don't ask for this cookie-she is being kind and generous. There are many shifts at the hospital where that cookie was the best part of my night.
I have given up wheat for awhile because I don't like the way it's making me feel. I want to give up that cookie. I will mention something to my friend but she will bring me the cookie out of years of habit anyway. I need to say "No Thanks".
I need to dig deep and find some willpower. I am going to practice visualization scenarios to help make this a reality.
One step at a time, sparksters. My goals are more important than a cookie.
Stair counter: ( 5 workouts) 300 flights, 4200 stairs = 12 more workouts to meet 1000 flight goal