Trying to get back on track.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Ok, here I am again. Months later still not where I want to be, in fact larger than I ever said I would be. I said I would never go over 300 again, Well, I should never say never. I have still lost 51 pounds from my original start weight, but I really have to get a grip on things. I have made it through another tax season, and ashamedly used that as an excuse not to watch what I was eating and to not work out. I have a year before the next tax season comes around so I have to see exactly what I am made of and how much I can lose before the next one. Today I did go and re evaluate my eating plan and I am ready to start working on it tomorrow. I have to make myself realize I will not be perfect, and it may take a little time to get back with it. Maybe it won't, but I have to think on the lines that it will take time to stay within my calorie range and to workout out 5 days a week. This is something I have to work on. I am the type of person if I don't do it the way I think I should, then I might as well forget it and don't do anything to improve myself at all. This is not true. Any improvement each day is success. I am not a failure, I am just a normal person that is addicted to food and struggling to get things under control.
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    You need to start working on those small streaks. Me too. We need to start make those small streaks into good habits. You can do it. You have made a good start by stating your commitment to doing it. So, start taking those baby steps. And remember watching a toddler learning how to walk, they fall, plump on their big diaper covered bottom, they just pick themselves back up and keep on going. WE CAN DE IT ! ! !
    You have my support.
    Smiles, Vickie
    4384 days ago
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    Hi Nola! emoticon back to SparkPeople! I agree it's hard to get back on track and that trying to be perfect just doesn't work. You can do it!
    4385 days ago
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