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Getting it Under Control.

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Today feels like it will be a good day.

Had a really crappy week but I am hoping to have it under control again.
I told myself a couple of days ago I was was going to stop feeling sorry for myself, but I guess I had to have a couple of more days to implode.

Ok, now I feel like the implosion is over. Or at least to a manageable condition.

I know that I have gained back a couple of pounds by the way my clothes fit. But I can still get into all the clothes I managed to slim down into from two+ years ago. I have almost a two weeks worth of clothes I can wear now. When I started in February I had one pair of jeans and one pair of capris, plus the "stretchy" pants (that I hated to wear in public).

So I know I want to continue moving forward. I just have to dig deep inside and find the motivation that kept me going the first couple of months. I was so sure I would never eat the "old" way again. Ha, what a joke. It is reality check time. Time to start asking myself the uncomfortable questions why I want to eat like I do.

I am also going to work on getting back to exercising the way I need to. I have only dropped off my routine the last couple of weeks but I can sure feel the difference. This week was the worst, I only exercised twice. Not the way to go if I want the jiggly arms to be gone so I don't feel so conspicuous in sleeveless summer tops.

We are having a barbecue (in the rain) later, but I have lots of good food to eat that are on my plan. No excuses. Here's to a great week.

Happy Memorial Day!
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    Hello! I am right there with you in needing to get it under control. We can do this! It's all in the attitude and it sounds like you're ready. Happy Memorial day to you too! emoticon
    2881 days ago
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