Time to reevaluate the situation....

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Ok so here it is..I haven't eaten great this week(actually since last Saturday), although I haven't eaten all that bad either. But I have come to a major realization that the plan I was following is not going to work for me. I did great in the beginning, lost 17lbs just drinking protein shakes and having a clean dinner of veggies and lean protein. Then I hit week 3 and I didn't lose any weight(actually went up a little then evened out by the end of the week). This week(week 4) has been a very stressful week at work and although I started out good I did not stay on track with my shakes and decided on eating real foods(not all of them healthy due to the delish foods in the neighborhood where I am working this week). But you know what? I am actually down a pound this week...awesome right? So I am thinking that I am going to eat healthy balance meals and 2 planned healthy snacks and see what happens!I plan on continuing to journal every little thing that goes in my mouth because for me that is the most important thing, but I honestly think this is going to work! Wish me luck! I think I might need it.
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    Good luck, I know you can do it!! Great job on figuring out your old plan wasn't working and moving forward with something that will.

    3396 days ago
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    That sounds like the right plan. Your body needs various nutrients and you need some taste in your life. Also, this has to be for the long haul... who can live off of protein shakes, veggies, and lean protein? NOT ME!

    You got this... I can't wait to see how things progress for you! emoticon
    3396 days ago
  • DMR023
    Good luck!! I just started tracking all of my food and I think its helping to keep me accountable. As long as you stay within your calorie range - you can do it!! emoticon
    3396 days ago
    Sounds like a great plan! Enjoy planning out your meals.
    3396 days ago
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