January was a bust!

Friday, January 27, 2017

So...I didn't get a start on my resolutions. Like at all. LOL. Well, not any of the exercise ones anyway. I am finally feeling better despite a lingering cough..but I am now working loads to make up for all the time off from being sick.

I DID however make a healthy step and rejoin weight watchers after maybe 5 years away. I needed to do it. I was on such strict diets, and I didn't enjoy it. I think its why I ended up with a binge eating habit. I'd have such guilt over ONE cookie or ONE piece of bread.

I still have my moments of weakness, I'm not at all perfect, I know this wont 'fix me' without my putting in the work but i'm down 3 lbs so far and I'm happy with it.

I don't want food to be an enemy. I don't want it to consume my every thought when I'm having a rough day, I don't want to be powerless over food.

So...i'm working on it. It will get better because I want it to get better. And come Feb 1st, I will add exercise back into my life. Maybe not as hardcore as before, but at least 3 days a week to start....

Slow and always wins the race.
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    Sorry you were sick, unfortunately I started out the month with two weeks of being sick. No exercise and ate at the top of my calorie range because I was crazy hungry.
    Finally back to normal, though and kicked up my exercise and ticked back down my calorie range.

    Congrats on your progress, 3lbs is pretty good!

    And, I'm with you, the less I think about food the better.
    It helps for me to pre-plan what I'm eating, so I'm not sitting around wondering. I've got preportioned stuff in the freezer so it never takes me more than 15 minutes to throw a meal together. No thought needed beyond keeping eggbeaters, almond milk and greens stocked in the fridge.
    1560 days ago
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