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Do-over

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

So 27 days ago, I weighed in at 175.8...then we went to NYC. It's so frustrating that one day can set me back so much. I mean, it's a series of events...but still, that one day really dropped the ball for me and I've been paying for it as I work really hard to put me back. Today I weighed in at 176.2. Will tomorrow bring me right back to Feb 4th? I have literally lost this weight all over again and had to do a months worth of work over again.

Frustrating is not a strong enough word for how I'm feeling. But I will keep working at this. I have to start thinking I will lose 1 lb a month, or even .5 lbs a month. And this is a long term project to lose the fat I want to lose. So I'll keep tracking my calories, and keep working my butt off, and hopefully the fat will be gone for good...some day.

The good news for the day, I'm doing really well with my calories. I'm enjoying my meals and not really craving the naughty stuff (though I really want brownies for some reason...but since there are none around, I'm safe so far). I'm liking the exercise both in and out of the gym and looking forward to sunny days so I can walk during my lunch hour. I recently started counting my protein and I think I'm doing pretty good on that front. Just keeping an eye on one day at a time, and I'm feeling confident in myself. The past is the past...we move on.

Thanks for stopping by,

TW2B
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  • SIMPLE_TAILOR
    I feel that same way periodically. I have had a very rough week and now that it is over, I am just drained and I really don't want to eat right now. I have been hitting the drive throughs a LOT because of time and not being able to get stuff done. I am looking forward to getting the system flushed out and have a do-over of my own.
    3776 days ago
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