Tuesday, January 29, 2013

It's been a weird/busy week and will stay that way through the weekend. I'm trying not to stress eat but I'm finding it difficult-TMI coming-i get my period really bad and I go through every emotion in the book almost all the time everyday so that's going on plus my baby is getting a helmet on thursday (she has a slightly high crown and is a little misshapen in the back) and I'm freaking out about it I don't 100% agree that she needs it and I just don't want her to have unnecessary stress put on her-also I have family coming in to town that's always stressful and then superbowl-plus I just have other things on my trying to get the baby's 1 year old party together. Ugh I'm just feeling like I'm under a lot of pressure plus this deadline of trying to lose 30 lbs before I turn 30 in November is constantly on my mind. If I can't lose this weight by then I really fear I never will get rid of it-not to mention the incredible depression I will go through if I don't at least get close to that goal.


I didn't eat fantastically the last couple of days but I don't really feel i ate that badly either. The only two things I really regret is the package of skinny cow chocolate I ate and the extra pasta I had at dinner tonight. I did go for a walk today with the baby I felt good about that. I plan on doing weights tomorrow and maybe getting back and doing my wii fit-maybe that'll help me.
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    IMHO, I don't think weight goals should ever define your emotions, positive or negative, but especially negative. No matter what the scale says by your birthday, you CAN live a healthy, active lifestyle and lose the weight... and in fact, the scale/weight is such a POOR indication of health. Seriously! Focus on making healthy, sustainable lifestyle changes, not on the scale.
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