I'm calling a "do over" and scrubbing all thoughts of last week from my mind.
Needless to say, I managed to gain 0.2 of a pound. . . it might have had something to do with drinking 3 glasses of water on my walk or the banana I ate before weigh in.
No matter what it was. I have to say that, in the big picture, Simple Start didn't work for me.
Don't get me wrong, it's a GREAT concept, it's just that it didn't work with my lifestyle/family/etc.
I think I'll need to do a combination of Simple Start, Simply Filling, portion control, counting points and tracking . . .
Yep, the whole enchilada.
mmmm . . . .enchiladas . . ...
That's the frustrating part of the weight loss journey, what works for one person won't necessarily work for another person. . . and it won't necessarily work the second time around.
You have to figure out what works for YOU! But you have to give time. As easy as it is to gain weight, plan triple that time to lose it.
When I reached my goal weight and started maintenance, I let one random person's comment derail my entire life. I had tracking down. I had portion control down. I was happy with all the fruits and veggies, and lack of bread products in my life. I should have stuck with the way I was doing things and trusted my body enough to know when to stop losing weight.
But I listened to this person, and look where it got me. Not quite back to square one, but I definitely have to get my weight loss mojo back because I don't want to do this yo-yo crap any longer!
Don't let someone's false concern that you are losing too much weight derail you. I did. It isn't a good place to be when I realized all it took was just a little bit their negativity to send me spiraling out of control.
Yes, it's my fault. I'm not blaming them. That's the way saboteurs work. They get into your head just enough to mess you up.
Don't let it happen to you.
Now, I have to focus and buckle down to lose the weight I gained.
Wish me luck!