Monday, May 10, 2010

Ugh. So, I'm going to need to have to practice better self-control. We ate pizza this weekend, at my suggestion.

I stepped on the scale this morning, and I went up 1.4 pounds again. I know it will fluctuate, but I'm much happier when the number goes down. I thought I did so well last week. Actually, that's the problem. I do well all week & then the weekend comes. The boy sleeps late and we go out for lunch or a late dinner or both.

I'm so frustrated with myself. I'm not beating myself up, but I know I can do better, and I'm just... NOT. I wish I lived by my friends still. It seems that on their own, they've gotten motivated and are doing things like joining a gym and doing what they need to do, and I'm not. I have to re-train myself to get off the Going Out and Fast Food eating ride that I've been on for 3-4 years. It has to change. It HAS to. I have to fit it in. I know I CAN exercise. I trained for the Breast Cancer 3-Day a year or two ago.

I really want to join this gym by my house and work.. at least from what I've seen online, but I'm scared to go because I've never gone before. I'm sure it'll be fine once I get there, but I really just need to make myself take the leap.

Also, I'm hungry & I left the house without my lunch and snacks today. Crankypants - that's me.
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  • JEANNE0724
    We all have cranky pants days, if you ask my co workers it is this morning,lol....if you can't find someone to work out with you or go walking try joining a water aerobics class...I have attended numerous different ones through the years and have never found I could not do the routine no matter my size and everyone is always welcoming, something about all of us in a swimsuit I think :) but good luck and keep trying! Jeanne
    3473 days ago
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