This week was a slap-in-the-face reality check time at my WW meeting.
I'll admit that I've been lazy with my weight, not really caring about the consequences of my eating habits.
Yesterday was different.
Yesterday it was almost 80 degrees and I wanted to wear shorts.
I couldn't fit into my shorts.
Yeah, the shorts that had been so baggy on me the previous two summers, didn't fit.
The weather this winter has made me supremely lazy. . . and I have to get out of my funk now!
Again, it's time to go back to the basics.
- weigh and measure everything
- track my food--I don't care if it's a single peanut. Twenty single peanuts eaten throughout the day make an impact. You don't know what to cut back if you aren't aware of what you're eating
- drink water--yes, water, not sweetened whatever or diet soda--WATER
- Fruits and veggies-- if you have to snack pick these. Yes, you can fill up on them
- Exercise-- I've been slacking in this department, too. The weather has been a good excuse. Not any longer. Time to buck up and work out.
I notice that mid-afternoon is my rough time. I want to graze before dinner. I have to prevent this from happening. I might start taking an additional walk, or drink a huge glass of water, or change my space--go upstairs to write or watch TV, anything as long as it's away from the temptations of the kitchen.
I'll do anything to fit in those shorts like I did last summer and the summer before.
Now, I have a reason to focus.
Now, I have a reason to fight.
Summer is just around the corner. It's time to come out of our winter hibernation.