Thank you for stopping by to perv on my blog, as I fight myself to change my old habits and make new ones to get fit. I don't get it right all the time, but I'm still here and I'm still working at it.

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My homage to the 14lbs that I lost on Allan’s DDDY Challenges. A watering can for the vast oceans of water that I have learned to drink and love every day.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

almost there....

The weekend that is.

I managed to get out of the office kitchen yesterday and I didn't even FEEL like eating until 7pm.

I got my walk in, dry shampooed the dog, and did some laundry. I realized that I'm about 4 days away from my period and that is always a bad time control wise, but more when I don't anticipate it happening.


Constant vigilance. I was listening to the radio this morning and there was a bit about the personality trait that is consistent throughout all people that lose weight and keep it off. They called it "neurotic".

There was a brief discussion about what that characteristic meant. None of it was flattering as you can imagine. "annoying" was one of the words thrown out there. Everything was negative. Needless to say, I want that.

I'm sure I have more to say about this, as that is what is on my mind today, however I have to wade back into the fire here at work.


~ Darla ~ said...

Uggh, PMS is the worst. Fight through it!!

Oh great, more bad things to say about dieters. So we're bad when we're fat and neurotic when we are dieting. I think they are stereotyping a bit there, don't you? Look forward to more comments from you on this one.

Kelly said...

I can not be any more ready for the weekend.

Spray the cake with Raid. It'll literally kill you if you eat it then. LOL (I don't actually recommend you do that though)

Polar's Mom said...

Yes, I imagine to be successful in weight loss, there is a fair amount of neurotic behavior required...kinda OCD I guess. I think that neurosis has to become a more powerful habit than bad eating in order to win the war...so yeah, bring on the neurosis!

Polar's Mom

Michele said...

I like vigilant, better. We are more vigilant on our journey to be healthy. Have a great weekend! Michele