Sunday, February 19, 2012

This is what I'm doing today...and without any effort. Today is a complete 180 from yesterday. Yesterday I was ready to run away from the world. And today I've actually enjoyed. I was trying to figure out what is going on. A lot of it is in my head and wanting faster results. I have realized that I have to stop this. As long as the scale and inches are going down that is the RIGHT direction. The other thing that I'm doing is Starving myself. I didn't realize it but I ran my food report last night for the past 7 days and I came under calories 5 of them....and I'm working my butt of at the gym so I NEED those calories. But I'm finding that I'm not hungry enough to eat everything in my food plan. Today I had a free food day and I've eaten what I've wanted and I feel good. BUT I've eaten it with good portion control. We ditched church today and had a nice family breakfast, watched a little tv, actually had full conversations and laughs. We went and did our food shopping for the week came home and Hubz and I cooked lunch together and talked more. It filled that loneliness it's was really nice. My oldest Son who has been giving me a lot of problems has spent the whole day at his friends house and the little's have been playing with each other so well all day. I have not had tattling, crying or fighting all day. We watch the Basketball game and I even took a little nap. Then my Hubz left for work and I started dinner. It's been a beautiful day. I needed this break!
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    Glad that you had such a nice day. Can you send one my way? ;)

    I hope that you have more days like this one.

    Per the eating. This happens to me a lot also. It's hard to believe that before I was eating way too much..and now I can barely eat enough some days. I try to eat smaller portions so it doesn't seem like so much all at once.

    2579 days ago
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