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Monday, March 21, 2011

Within these whole 8 weeks of this winter challenge...i lost 7 pounds...im happy that those 7 pounds are gone forever....but somethings still arnt right...-I sit here and think to myself....Why is it so hard for me to let go of the bad things...and move on with the good? -When i go to the gym...I love the feeling of a nice workout, When i eat healthy...I love the feeling that i get when i know ive done good...-But then its right back to the bad situations again! -Im trying to do my best, but i guess im not trying that hard....-I know i can and will do this, and i know it takes time! -Im now learning to remind myself that im not on a diet, im learning to eat healthier and be healthy in general. -Ive been so sick over this winter with lots of sinus infections and belly aches...i want to better my immune system and eat a lot healthier! -When i went out to eat yesterday the hubby and i stopped at ponderosa...My first plate of food was a salad..Im so happy that i chose a salad...and not the other food first...but then i went again a second time and got the other food there. -It was not heaping servings i got...but it was still a second plate of food...then i had a small desert....-I always get water to drink...NO SODA.... i have been SODA FREE for almost 2 years now!

I really hope that another spring challenge comes out! -I made a new goal.....I want to go from 286 to 250 by my husbands birthday wich is in June of 2011! -Im 278 right now....and i really hope i can do this...i will try my best, and hit the gym everyday if i can...
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  • HOLISTICJESSICA
    IT takes time and you are doing great!
    3629 days ago
  • DIFROMWYOMING
    It isn't easy being perfect, but you seem to know what goals you have for yourself and I know you can reach them, one by one! emoticon
    3630 days ago
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