This has been one of those weeks when you look at it and think WTF HAVE YOU BEEN DOING!!! (Yes, with capital letters). I've been doing pretty awesome until now, last week finishing my 5k walk, losing quite a bit and really starting to feel good for a change. Then Saturday came. I would like to tell you I know what happened, but I really don't. It all started with my dreaded day off from exercise. For the record: I hate those days, because I find it unbelievably hard to not eat out of pure boredom.
Easter came and went without me touching candy, but for some reason by Monday, I was going overboard on anything and everything. I wasn't feeling like I was missing out on anything, because I allow myself a treat once or twice a week-in reason. I was just so HUNGRY. Gone was the exercise, too. I woke up on Monday and my back and knee was sore due to weather changes (MN can't make up it's mind again ), and I've literally let myself use it as an excuse ALL WEEK.
Oh, my back is killing me, I'll just skip walking on the treadmill today...then the next, and then the next...
So there went my good eating, my exercise, and on came the poundage for no good reason, except deep in my mind I think I am trying to sabotage myself. I seem to do that often, and I think it is for a variety of reasons. I'm gonna have to work on it. Another reason is that I am unbelievably bored with my treadmill, but because of my knee it is still the only form of exercise I am allowed. I've always had this trouble with just walking. Let me hit something or kick something, or dance off the pounds, and I have no issues. Tell me to walk and I am constantly fighting with my head. It. Bores. Me.
I stepped on the scale today, and the damage hasn't been all that bad, surprisingly. Now I have to force myself to get back to eating healthy-tonight- and exercise tomorrow. Actually, I think I am going to take a walk with my sis tonight, so I'll get back at it with both today yet.
Afterwards, of course, I'm gonna get ready to watch the royal wedding. I admit I am a royalty nerd...I just can't help it; I'm excited.