New year! Same resolution.

Thursday, January 03, 2013

Ok so my new years resolution was always to lose weight and I never did. But since I have been losing weight for 6 months now I can finally say my new years resolution is to lose MORE weight. LOL. I know the same thing I have always said and even said i meant it. And once again I am saying it again! But for sure it will be different for the fact that I have already started this lifestyle change.

Also I want to reflect on my last 6 months. I learned that working out hardcore and eating perfect all the time works to lose weight fast but it doesnt last long because you get tired of being perfect. lol. I realized I can still lose a good amount of weight without being so strict. Although I went from losing 8-9 pouds a month (strict) to about 5-7 a month. Its really not that much of a difference. I also figured out that I really like yoga!

My goals to have for this are:

1) to track my food. Probably not track on here because I dont really like it. But in a notebook and using my Weight Watchers points. I know I can lose weight if i see how much i am eating. My problem isnt eating bad, it is eating to much fruit and not enough veggies. I can eat all serving of fruit and 1 serving of veggies which is better than chips or cookies but it isnt good in the long run because of all the natural sugar plus i need my veggies!

2) To keep up my exercise. I realized that if I exercise at least 5 days a week I can keep myself eating better. When I tend to slack in the exercise department I slack in the eating healthy department as well. So I am going to start doing yoga 6 days a week and no less than 5. Even if it is only 10-15 mins. Well at least some sort of exercise.

So thats my goals for now and I hope I can actually do the tracking because I get bored of that very quickly!
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