May 28, 2012
DH and I have been busting our proverbial butts just trying to survive in this economy. Which btw is improving according to the news. Ha Ha Ha.
Will not post weight or anything weight related until this gets under control and feel like we can breathe again! Which is slowly starting to happen but I am just not into the whole diet and weight loss thing right now.
March 12, 2012
Weight Loss Results for Monday
It looks like my fat cells are in panic mode and are holding onto water like nobody's business. All week my weight has stayed the same. Yet I know I am smaller. My clothes are baggier. I feel thinner.
To put the weight loss in perspective though. I started back on trying to lose weight on January 1, 2012. My weight was 205 pounds. Today my weight is 183 pounds. So I have lost 22 pounds in 10 weeks. That is 2.2 pounds per week.
Coming next week...
Will the scale change? Will I lose more inches? Will I just say forget this and start pigging out? Will I remember that I have lost 2.2 pounds a week in 10 weeks? All you can do is just wait and see. Wish me luck. I may need a visit from the whoosh fairy soon to keep me motivated and on track.
March 6, 2012
Feeling thinner then the 3 pounds showing on the scale so I checked my waist measurements and I have lost another 1/2 inch!!!
March 5, 2012
Only 4 More Pounds Until...
Current weight as of this morning is 183 pounds! Only four more pounds and I will be in the 170's. Pretty awesome. I can't wait. Who knows maybe at the end of the week it will happen.
To be continued...
February 28, 2012
Do Those Last 1-2 Pounds Really Matter?
I have read on numerous weight loss blogs about people struggling to lose that last 1-2 pounds to get to their ideal or goal weight. They obsess over this number and do not even give themselves credit for the 30, 50, or even 100 pounds they have already lost.
After all the weight loss does not count if you can't get to that set number in your head. I have spent over half of my life dieting and trying to lose weight.
Every time I think I have it down and will succeed this time. Something happens and I gain some weight back or go off my diet.
Personally I am tired of beating myself up because one day out of 30 I decided to eat a sleeve of cookies or eat enough calories for 4 days instead of 1 day.
I am slowly learning that perfectionism is not only impossible but setting unrealistic standards also leads to weeks of overeating rather than just one meal or one day of overeating.
My self worth will not be based on a number on the scale. After all once the weight is lost I will still be the same person I was on the inside, just a thinner, smaller version. All those insecurities, negative thoughts, etc will still be there no matter what the number on the scale reads.
Let's work on our insides at the same time we are working on making our outward appearance more normal.
Life should not start at your goal weight. It goes by too fast and sometimes takes too long to reach. I am living proof of 30 years and I am still not at my ideal number on the scale.
So if you are obsessed that you are still 1-2 pounds away from your goal, why not just call goal for now and focus on maintaining your weight for a few months. Live your life and then decide if those last couple of pounds are really that important.
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