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A bit better today

Monday, May 07, 2012

I still went over my allotted calories for the day... but I know it's because my boyfriend was here and could only stay an hour (we are looking at apartments together) and he complained about being hungry so we had to grab something quick. Although I know I shouldn't have let it interrupt my day, it was just easier AND whereas I would normally get two slices of pizza I only had one. But I still had the side of bleu cheese to dip it in. I'm frustrated with myself, but glad that I measured out my cereal tomorrow in the hopes that someday I can begin cutting back even more. Also, my lunch was well measured as well. The only other bad moment of the day was that I opted to have Reese pieces from the machine because I started to feel a dizzy spell coming on. But better I eat than pass out at work. I just need to go buy some healthier snacks to keep in my desk.

I'm still exhausted from the weekend and now from work and apartment shopping. Early bed tonight. Tomorrow... exercise.
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  • SNUG216
    Thanks for the support guys! It's nice to have!
    2229 days ago
  • MAMO1014
    Hi there. I want to pass on some words of advice that has been told to me many many times and I didn't do it until now. "Be kind to yourself". I know it's so easy to beat ourselves up because we didn't stay strong and resisted temptation of that favorite food. But seriously, you are a human being with feelings and no one deserves to hurt those feelings. So 'Be Kind To Yourself".
    2231 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/7/2012 10:51:49 PM
  • DEBADEAU
    Keeping healthy snacks at work is good! I do that and I find myself at the vending machine less and less.
    2231 days ago
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