How many time's the charm?

Saturday, May 28, 2011

It's been probably a good 5 months or so since I made a good-faith effort to track, log, exercise, budget, limit, and all the other things required for a successful SparkPeople endeavor. At first I felt bad, then it got easier and easier, and now I've come back around to feeling absolute guilt. I've gained only 4-5 pounds (it seems like the same 4-5 pounds keep dis- and re-appearing), so I'm trying to be positive and I keep telling myself that's not too bad. Whether it really is or not, I don't know.

But here I am again, finally deciding to get back on track with myself. It's been 5 months of insanity, and I'm ready to get back to normal. I graduate from my Reserve Academy in less than a month, and I'm scared to death about failing, but that's really the only thing occupying my free time right now. I have no more excuses not to get with it.

Reasons TO get with it: graduating and must fit into my gun belt and uniform (my belt still fits so far, but it's really gonna suck if I have to adjust--it means completely shifting all the paraphernalia that's on there right now. What a hassle); I'm in a wedding in August and I got the dress (can we say holy boobs, Batman?? It's cute but OH MY); and I've decided to get laser lipo (probably another blog on that later. It was not an easy decision!)

So here I am. Wishing myself luck. Hoping I can do this again. I did it one time and lost 25. My goal right now is only 10 (5 is from the previous 25. lol) :-)
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    Keeping things DO-able... that's key, and it sounds like you've got it all together and are just trying to keep it there-- I wish... LOL

    You'll do fine, just stick with the program and keep posting, and you'll succeed!
    Kathy emoticon
    3432 days ago
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