Saturday, May 26, 2012

Do you sometimes wonder about the logic in the decisions you make? Do you look back at those decisions and think "why did I ever feel THAT was a good choice?". For example, choosing a side of nachos for dinner because the taco was not quite filling enough, or celebrating losing a pound or two with a milkshake or giant mocha. What the h#%*? Seemed like a good idea at the time. But in reality, no wonder I am not losing weight. I take one step forward and two steps back. Yep, I am currently pretty far "back". I used to be able to move consistently forward when I was younger, I need to tap into my inner 20- something and get it together. I apparently need to get some real logic going on in my brain rather than my odd faux, self-defeating logic. I guess realizing is half the battle----right?
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  • KR8209
    Yep...I totally agree with you & know where you are coming from! I tend to do the same type of things to myself & progress too...I'm like "well you did really great today...have a candy bar or cheesecake!"...this must stop!

    You are right, half the solution is admitting we have a problem with it & the other half is fixing our sabotaging ways :)
    2662 days ago
    I think it is Human Nature to do "Dumb Things" sometimes. The Good News is that we CAN Choose to learn from those things and make Better Choices in the Future.
    2701 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/27/2012 3:54:06 PM
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