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2nd day

Sunday, July 07, 2019

OK, so the second day started with some bad and some good feelings. I calculated the calories for the bread I made yesterday and decided to divide each loaf into 8 parts. That means that in a week I only need one loaf, not two as I usually do and eat. The portions of bread are very very small. Which brings us back to the old convention that portion sizing is important. But then again, I keep telling myself that my problem is more than portion sizing obviously. It is also the food I order in the evening when I come home tired or just not in the mood to eat what’s in the fridge. It is the canteen lunch I eat even when I have a packed lunch. I am not certain why I do that. But I hope that blogging about it will change the tendency. If I blog each night about what I ate, then that will also help me keep on track. So, another day when I feel less than ‘pumped’. I used to feel so ‘good’ and positive when starting a diet in the past, but that never lasted. So maybe getting into this witch a lukewarm attitude is good? I don’t know... I just know that this is my second day and I am hungry and grumpy, but also tired of being fat. I also realise that my post is not the type of post people write. Everyone is so positive on Spark. They give such good energy and vibes online. I’ll try to go and be inspired by others’ journey too. OK, well you know what? I feel better now at the end of this blog than at the beginning... how about that!?! Go Spark!
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  • no profile photo HOTPINKCAMARO49
    Awesome! Way to go!
    41 days ago
  • DESSALYN327
    You're being honest. Some days are full of positivity and joy and some days aren't. I haven't been on Spark long (less than a month) but the tracking, blogging and cheering each other on helps a lot. Welcome to Spark! 🙂
    41 days ago
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