21 day fix Day 2

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Day two was terrible. I was extremely tired, light-headed and headachy. I was tempted to quit or modify because I didn't know why I felt so awful! Thankfully the girls in my group who've been doing it for a while said this is normal because of the change in diet. I'm not longer flying high and crashing low from all my sugar intake. Honestly, I don't know if I've very often gone two days without dessert!! I did have a bit of syrup on my banana and egg pancakes because life has to still be worth living! I'm trying to go without sugar in my coffee and so far it's tolerable.

I'm glad I didn't cheat more than the syrup or give up because I felt better by supper. Hopefully this doesn't happen again tomorrow, but it might because I am a lifelong sugar addict. I really enjoy the support of the other ladies. We're all moms so it's nice to know that someone else's toddler is trying to "help" during their workout or that we all feel bad about our lack of tight postpartum bodies.

On the other hand, it makes me a bit sad that I've lost touch with most of my spark friends from my first time around. A lot of us drifted away and regained, for various reasons, myself included. If you're still out there and reading my blog, I miss you and I'm sorry we've lost touch! I hope you're doing well in your journey.

I also am struggling with feeling hungry at night. I know from the first time around that it's just part of the deal, but I still don't enjoy it. Any tips? Or does it go away after a month? To be honest, I can't remember anymore, but I do remember that my stomach shrank after about a month and it wasn't as difficult to eat less.

Anyway, must go to bed!! I won't be blogging for day 3 as I work very late on Wednesday nights. Thanks for reading!
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