Dieting makes me too angry!!
Sunday, April 04, 2010
I think I do good. Make the right choices. No butter, pouched and not fried. No potatoes, fruit please. May I have wheat bread instead. But then I enter me food and suck I ate too much. Okay so I will skip my snack and things will even out. SUCK now I'm hungry.
I just won't to dive into a big bucket of brownies and ice cream.
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Hi there. I'm sorry you're having such a rough go of things. I understand wanting to dive into the brownies and ice cream. Unfortunately, the good feeling that would bring wouldn't last very long and then comes a flood of regrets.
I'm not sure what I can offer to help so I'll just relay a blog I posted on March 18th and perhaps you'll find something to latch onto. Best of luck to you. I believe in you and your ability to reach your goals.
Whoda Thunk - Thursday, March 18, 2010
In numerous places on SP I've read that those who are more involved are more successful. Okay. I wasn't sure how spending more time on my posterior on the computer getting involved was going to help me loose weight. Wasn't being a couch potato (or would that be a chair spud?) part of my problem?
Though I signed up three years ago, I didn't get too involved. I went my own way, lost tons of weight, got derailed and found much of what I had lost. I knew I needed to get back on track but each day passed without any significant commitment to change. I half heartedly got back to SP. That's when I kept reading about being more successful when you're more involved. Well, I decided to give it a go.
The more I read and learned about the sight, the more committed and motivated I became. How'd that happen? I guess I should have believed more the quote I have on my own SparkPage: “Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase. Just take the first step.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr.
So anyway, I guess those experts that wrote about involvement and being successful knew what they were talking about. Whoda thunk?
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