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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Regrouping

Well today's scale was a rude awakening after a lovely extended weekend with the hubby....

278.2lbs.

ouch!

Today I made a chickpea and green pea curry with whole wheat pita bread for lunches for the remainder of this week. And I am going to start tracking my food again....and get some more fruit, and start eating oatmeal in the mornings again.

yep....I'm pretty sure I'm grazing beyond belief again and been packing on the pounds with mindless eating. I know the hubby and I ate out pretty much every stinking meal, but I do need to get this back under control...278...bloody well back where I started.

I don't want to be fat. I don't want to be so out of shape and hate how I look in my clothes.

I walked home tonight, then went for a 30min walk about the neighborhood. Baby steps...they all add up.

6 comments:

jo said...

I really want you to succeed. Good job getting some exercise in.

You can do this!

Fat[free]Me said...

Hugs, that must be a disappointment indeed.

Glad you are taking the baby steps to turning it around.

Go for it - you are worth it!

Marisa (Trim The Fat) said...

Way to refocus! Those baby steps all add up!

Teena in Toronto said...

Baby steps is the answer. Don't beat yourself up about it.

SeaShore said...

Good for you for recognizing what's going on: the grazing and eating out too much. Eating out really gets me. Even if you have nutritional information, you never know if you're getting a larger portion, or if the cook added more oil/sauce/whatever.

Congrats on getting the walk in!

dani31608 said...

Little steps definitely do add up! Congrats on refocusing. I'm looking forward to your progress.

You can do it!