Day 17--I Probably Shouldn't Have Done That!

Monday, August 06, 2012

Wow, the weekends come and go so quickly! I can't believe I've made it through another Monday! Well, let's focus on the positive: I lost 2 more pounds!! Yahoo! I was truly worried because I really, really indulged this past weekend. I'm probably sabatoging my efforts each weekend because I don't log anything that I eat. For the most part, I do try to stay within my calorie range (in my head) but after this past weekend, I can see how that will cause problems down the road. I had Lee's Famous Recipe chicken on Friday and hot dogs and hamburgers on Saturday. Not to mention the chocolate chip cookies and the sweet tea! Holy cow, just writing this for all eyes to see is a true wake-up call. In my defense, I didn't gorge myself on these items but they aren't healthy and I could have made better choices. On a lighter note, I did workout everyday for 30 minutes with the exception of Friday. There's something about Friday that I'm too, too tired to workout. I guess it's my body telling me that I shouldn't try to over-do it. So today I'm making a new commitment to log my food even on the weekends. I would hate to see all my hard work and effort go down the tubes because I became lazy.
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  • BRADMILL2922
    Congrats on the loss! You can do the weekends, just find what works for you! If everyday isn't perfect, move on to the next and learn!
    2928 days ago
  • LISAMG1220
    The weekends are my down fall too. There are always birthdays or get togethers. I just try to do the best I can all day. I think this weekend I am going to do a menu plan for the whole weekend and see if that helps. Great job on the loss!! :)
    2928 days ago
  • TBARBOUR0322
    Tracking is a good idea, but put the weekend behind you and forge ahead!
    2929 days ago
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