Friday, June 07, 2013
Is it possible to not want to lose weight no matter how much one wants to lose weight? Seriously.
I have in 3 years on SparksPeople lost a net of 3 pounds. That is a net of 1 pound per year. Prior to that I have been on weight watchers twice, low carb once and misc other attempts. I gained 50 pounds on them over the years.
One could say I have had far superior results on SparkPeople.
I know it is me. It is in my mind. I am the solution.
I got two donuts with coffee at Dunkin Donuts drive through. I do this often even though I go to DD thinking I am just getting coffee.
I get a medium frosty at Wendy's a couple times a week.
I am on a 7 day no candy streak. April was a 30 day no candy streak. May - well I ate a lot of candy at work, at home and driving in between. I have an unlimited free supply of Hershey's and Reese's products.
I think pizza is a great idea everytime it is suggested.
I think chinese is a great idea everytime it is suggested.
I think Olive Garden is a great idea - I'll plan on being careful going in and walk out with the remains of the Tour of Italy meal.
I think Texas Roadhouse is a good idea anytime they are open.
Still reading - thanks!
I am the problem. Am I the solution? I know I can drop 50 pounds in less than a year. I also know I can gain it back in less than a year.
I am frustrated with me. Am I close to giving up and eating myself to death - I like to think not but the donut crumbs on the car floor say otherwise. So do the McDonalds breakfast sandwich wrapper crunch up in the McDonald's bag in the back.
I need a plan, a mission I say - just like the failed ones in the past - sabotaged by I.
I'll post a follow up blog tomorrow.
Lose2Win team is the only reason I have lost 3 pounds and stopped the gaining.
Great team with motivating challenges.