Being a maid of honor is exhausting. And hazardous to my health.
Monday, July 29, 2013
I've had a couple of "don't care" weeks with very little portion control or tracking and a lot of mindless eating and thoughtless decisions. My sister was home from Texas and won't be home again until her wedding in October. This last week was a whirlwind of wedding planning and maid-of-honor duties (which included buying her a new pair of shoes when she threw hers out the car window going 60 MPH down a rural highway). We ate out a lot as we were all over the eastern part of the state.
With school starting in 3 weeks, I need to get myself into a routine again. I'm going back to setting and monitoring 2-3 small goals and tracking. And controlling what goes in my mouth.
It's not all bad. I like what I see when I look in the mirror. There have been more than a few "holy freaking cow, this looks good" moments in the past few weeks. I may not have lost weight this summer, but I have toned up and I have lost inches. I feel better and more energized than ever before.
Small goals for the week:
1. Eat at least 2 meals at the kitchen table.
2. Complete 1 home and 1 school project each day (unless I work a double).