Saturday, July 27, 2013
I just recently moved. Things are different and with change often comes new challenges with dieting and exercises. I and my family now live with my best friends. There are good and bad things with this change. I get a lot of encouragement and support. I no longer have someone bringing in an extreme amount of unhealthy food. We all enjoy healthy food and whatever is cooked involves a salad or cooked veggies. When unhealthy food is brought in its generally only enough for each of us to have one or two servings- instead of 5 or 6 like with my old room mate.
Its not perfect though- is life ever perfect? My best friend and I have always tripped each other up with eating junk. Now we are around each other a massive amount of time. We're going to Wawa and sonic a lot. Making up for lost time I guess.
I'm still learning how to not stress eat. I have to figure out how to squeeze in working out. The past couple weeks have been rough. Schedules have been nuts and I've been eating massive amounts. Some times I'm not even hungry. After 7 days with no bread I had a lot of difficulty. I haven't eaten primal. not one little bit. Really, I haven't felt bad physically, but I am sure I've gained some weight. Don't want to gain any more that is for sure. I don't want to go back to no bread. As long as I am not having blood sugar issues, I want to eat it. Less is fine. None? I don't want to do that. I did eat primal that one week and actually gained. I was just so freakin hungry. I ate wayyy too much. I'm not willing to test out and see if I will actually start losing evenually once my body starts "burning fat instead of carbs" I don't even know if thats really true.
My plan is to find a happy medium and do what works for me. Gonna try to eat more soup this week for one thing. Maybe either oatmeal or eggs for breakfast- maybe both. I intend to track ahead of time a little bit to get an idea of what I am going to do.