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Sunday, November 27, 2011

I am off on Fridays and Saturdays, and for the past few weeks my Friday becomes my food binging day, followed by calming down Saturday. My weigh in day is Sunday, and I've contemplated to move it to another day, as this would not show my crazy Fridays... and with every weigh in I either drop down on scale, or stay the same.
Today was my another weigh in, I was fully anticipating a weight gain, and to my total surprise I maintained the weight. So u know what? I'll take that! :)

Side story is trying to figure out 1. why am I having these crazy Fridays and 2. how home I don't gain weight. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy what I see on scale, I'm just puzzled and would like to understand it more so I could move on pass the crazy Fridays towards stress-free weighting on Sundays :)
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  • SENATOR9
    You are working out more
    3107 days ago
  • SABLENESS
    What are you doing for fitness? Are you somehow working off the crazy Fridays? Just a thought or two on Fridays...maybe there's some entitlement behind the binging? As in "I've worked hard all week and I deserve to eat whatever I want?" If you can figure out what's going on that triggers the binges, it's a little easier to make other choices. I'm an ex-Sunday binge-er. I'd stop at the grocery store on the way home from church, starved of course, and it went downhill from there. I've been an emotional eater, too, and that's where asking yourself what you're really feeling helps. Am I tired and don't feel up to fixing a healthy meal? Am I upset and using food for comfort? Just some things to consider.

    THANK YOU for the cornucopia goodie! That image reminds me to be grateful. emoticon
    3107 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/27/2011 7:18:33 PM
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