I'm getting back on... for real this time

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

I have been away from spark for a while.
I had a good run in 2007 and lost probably about 25-30 pounds.

Now i am back...1 year later. I gained about ten pounds back.

I feel as though i am here for real this time.

I felt completely nasty this Easter Holiday. You know what I mean? I was so full of junk and i was feeling... nasty and disgusted. Not disgusted with my self but disgusted with how my body felt. My stomach never felt right all Holiday... yet i kept eating crap. I feel as though my stomach, skin, hair, nails... everything feels icky. I want that feeling to go away.

I remember that i felt really good in 2007. Even though i was no where near my goal weight I felt good. I am getting back on track so i can feel clean and healthy.

yesterday was my first day this year that i decided to try to get some cardio in. My ankle hurt like hell half-way through my walk around campus. I walked alot though. probably about an hour. I can't figure how to ease the pain issue. I bought some good shoes. I walk a decent pace. I stretch my ankle as well as i can. I should probably just use an elliptical trainer - that may help ease the pressure when exercising. The weather has been really nice outside... and i don't really feel like going to the gym. WHATEVER. as long as i do something. right?

I've been eating decent for the past two days.
The issue i have is that there are little options for vegetable and no options that i see for fruit.
I've been eating Chick-Fil-Ah grilled chicken wrap every day. its got protein and a bit of lettuce and carrot. My options are really minimal. I want cooked broccoli and raw carrots. Where are they? not on this fried food campus.
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  • no profile photo CD629508
    It's hard getting back on the train but easy to get off...you can do it!!
    4439 days ago
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