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Okay, I just re-set my ticker with my new higher weight. Ugh. I just don't want to start the New Year with a ticker saying "gained 4 pounds." So, I weighed this morning and re-started my ticker with this weight as my "start." I hope that's okay with everybody? OK? OK.
I figure, it's all part of the Love Myself and Take Baby Steps plan I'm continuing to modify in my brain. Seeing "gained 4 pounds" doesn't make me love myself so much. Also, I ran out of my little sticker charts with my baby steps, and I haven't gotten around to making more. I'm on the fence about that method. It did make me feel good to see what I'd accomplished, but it made me feel like crap to see the days/weeks where I did not accomplish! Maybe I'll print one starting today and give it another two week trial.
And I'm thinking too of allowing myself to go back or ahead a day, like if I missed my fruit yesterday, but I ate TWO apples today? I'll counting one of them for yesterday. Or if I didn't work out yesterday, but then I went for an hour walk AND went to yoga today? I mean, some things won't work. Like I don't think I can skip my vitamin for a week, and then take seven on Sunday and have that count. Since many vitamins are water soluble and will just pass through if you have too much. Or water. I don't think drinking no water for two days, then drinking three days worth the next is a good strategy.
Anyhow, that's where I'm at. I'm still here. And I'm glad Regina has gone on a wild posting spree, because that makes me not feel quite so bad about not posting. And we all know that my goal this year is to not feel bad!
I consider writing blip-its about myself a form of torture, but can talk about my interests, plans, dreams, and ideas for hours. I'm 37 years old, hapily married and mother to one human child and two dogs. My life, career, and eating habits are ever-evolving. I would like to lose about 30+ pounds and still be able to enjoy food and life.
I'm 41 years old, single, and I live with two dogs and two cats. I'm experimenting with semi-vegetarianism and recently gave up diet soda. I work from home, hate sports, love junk food, and would like to lose about 50 pounds. And win the lottery.