Sunday, September 10, 2006

off week

I must have jinxed myself with all that stuff about how easy it was getting to stay on plan, blah, blah, blah. Because for the second half of this week I just could not make myself journal, didn't get much exercise, in general felt like crap and ate too damn much. So here it is, Sunday night, and I know my weigh-in on Tuesday will be crappy. Oh well, I guess, just information. Missing the weigh-ins two weeks in a row hurt me, I think, made me lazy and complacent. Also, my routine was all messed up. I had another trip across the state on Friday. I had a lot going on yesterday and today. Lots of excuses but in the end it comes down to my old motto, "do you want excuses or do you want results?" I should have made myself do the things I need to do.

Tomorrow, even though it's the last day of my week, I'm journaling every bite, and I'm not going to get lazy like this again. Because honestly, I have felt tired and lousy all week, and I'm sure it's partly because I've eaten junk and not eaten my veggies and I haven't exercised much.

It ends here. I know what I need to do and I need to do it.

3 comments:

  1. Under the User Stats on the profile page, what are the "Profile Views" - Please?

    Isn't amazing how things "slip"?

    It is those darn spinning plates - just get one thing going - and something else slows down. . .

    I had "unowl" - closest to a real word yet.

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  2. Vickie, if you click on the Blogger logo when you're signed in, you will be taken to the Blogger dashboard. About halfway down on the right-hand side is "Blogger Help." You can search for help on any topic you want there.

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  3. Reading Frances' Amazon blog and all the other blogs that I check in on daily, have helped me not go off program for an extended period of time. I may have several off days or even an entire week, but knowing all my friends here are going through the same things as me, helps push me away from the table. I don't think I would have maintained the 10 pound loss if it were not for all of you. I could have easily regained the weight plus more this past summer - but I didn't; I didn't lose either but I maintained within a few pounds.

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