BLACK_CANARY19

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* The Peanut Butter Cookies are Playing Dirty! *

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Hey everyone!

So I needed to blog. I skipped blogging yesterday and I feel the effects. So I was doing awesome with calories today and then just ate peanut butter cookies! UGH! It all started this morning when I had to quit my workout a third of the way through because I threw up. It sucked. So then I felt awful about quitting! So then I was doing perfect in calories and here come the cookies at work and I ate some...great now I'm WAY over my calories AGAIN! I'm so frustrated....I keep reading about how everyone is doing so good with their calories and saying no to "bad" foods and I cant do it! I feel like something is wrong with me...I should be able to say no...I feel like I'm the only one that can't do it...I know thats not true but feels like it sometimes.

If I gain weight this week I will cry..my second week and I'm starting to fail again...Definietly need a pick me up...I'm hoping that getting to see my son tomorrow will make me feel better because right now I'm getting pretty sad and furious at myself. I know I can do this...so why aren't I?

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  • ANDI_3K
    ugh, I know the feeling...the soft pretzels in the freezer are calling my name. You can do this, we're all here for you
    3847 days ago
  • PENGUINPRINCEZ
    Give it time hon. If you can let yourself "detox" from the crummy stuff for even a week, you will find that you don't crave them nearly like you did. Do you pack meals for yourself for work? When you ate the cookies (and how did you get your hands on them? lol) we're you actually hungry or was there another motivating factor? (boredom, depression, anxiety...) What is your definition of WAY over on your calories?
    Don't beat yourself up. Today is a new day, AND a new week so you have a chance to start all over again. Make sure you track everything and work it out! :)
    3850 days ago
  • BUBBLES1987
    Aw sweetie, you'll get the hang of it. I think once you've said 'no' once and stuck to it, it gets easier. I used to be exactly the same, I could work out and eat healthy but if someone put the food in front of me, there was no hope!
    You should tell EVERYONE around you that you're dieting and you're really serious about it. That's what I did and everyone was a bit more sensitive and tried to NOT offer me stuff lol.
    Also, if you keep eating unhealthy, you have to burn those calories off. So every time you have a moment of weakeness, drum it into yourself that you have to do an extra 1/2 hour to an hour of working out in return. It takes soooo long to burn off one cookie lol! That would sure make me quit lol!
    Chin up and stay strong, you've got this!
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    3850 days ago
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