On Fire

Friday, May 17, 2013

During the week I am a force to be reckoned with; I eat right, count my calories and I also work out. I lose two to three pounds a week, BUT then the weekend comes and I gain that weight back ( or like last weekend I gained MORE) and I spend the next week losing it again.

On the weekend, I forget how hard I worked to lose those pounds. Someone in my head tells me it's just the weekend go to Sonic or eat that pizza. I don't go to the gym and I eat anything I want on the weekend. We go to the store specifically to get CAKE!

I want to do well this weekend so even if I fail miserably I will log in all of the food I eat. On Monday, I am always so disappointed in myself.

I will at least make it to the gym on Saturday because I have a gym date with someone from my small group. Maybe getting to the gym will keep me from going crazy with eating.

Wish me luck!
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    The weekends need to be seen as the same as week days. I think everyday you should have a cheat that way the weekend is not seen as a free all you can eat buffet. Have a slice of pizza but one, have the burger but have half, share those fries & hot wings with your friends/loved one. Portion control is no joke and once you get that part you get to the weight you want & maintain it. Oh when you get it make sure you tell a friend...

    God bless,

    1770 days ago
  • STODD251
    Weekends tend to be tought for a lot of people. They are also tough for me. I think you're taking a good first step by scheduling a workout with a friend. It makes it a lot easier when I have healthy plans in place. It's that free time to "do whatever I want" that always kills me. Maybe it would help to pre-plan your weekend. Keep trying, eventually you will find what works for you.
    1770 days ago
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