I am frustrated and slightly disgusted with myself right now.
Last winter I was walking a lot, and had cut out sugar, and I was getting thinner and feeling great. Then I kind of went on vacation and started eating as much junk as I wanted and very few walks for a couple months. In the fall I tried to get my act together with regular exercise, but I failed. I'm great at short-term goals, but once those are over I just go back to normal.
Well, here I am a year later, weighing and measuring bigger! I refuse to continue this way, though. What am I going to do about it?
I've been "mostly" sugar-free since last Sunday. What that means is 1) No sugary desserts; 2) If I need to sweeten my oats or whatever, I will use stevia or honey; 3) I am not worrying about sugar in bread at this time, but I will try to cut back on bread consumption (only b/c I love it so much and eat more than I should); 4) Fruit is okay.
I am also starting T-Tapp. I'm going to do the "boot camp" again, and then try to get it in every other day. It's only about 20 minutes of my time, but if I don't get it done first thing in the morning it is really difficult to get to it later. A mental thing, I know.
I also am going to do a Coconut Oil Cleanse soon. I'll have to get stocked up on some good coconut oil first, though!
Hopefully this will be the year that I finally lose all that "baby weight" I've been carrying around. 50 pounds is the goal, and/or 3-4 sizes. My first baby turned 20 yesterday. It's about time I worked on looking like I did before I had children!
My wonderful husband loves me no matter how I look, but I want to look good for him. He is mainly concerned about my health, and I'm certainly not getting any younger! I want to be healthy and strong and active. I know my current (and years-long) habit of inactivity has not been good for me.
Help keep me going!