Friday, August 20, 2010

There is no excuse for my weight. It's up. No excuse whatsoever. I will say that for the last few days I've let my super crazy days and the stress of what is happening in my life along with the shock and stress of the doctors issue really get to me...and I've eaten. I haven't gone hog wild...but I've not eaten my fruits and veggies. I've eaten much more carbs and bad stuff than I should have been eating. I'm just not playing the game. That changes. I am going to do my best today...today is another crazy day...one in which I don't have much say in what foods are set in front of me to eat. I do however have control of how much of those said foods I eat. (I left the house early this morning....and I won't be home until late tonight). I do vow to do the best I can. However, tomorrow marks a time when some of the craziness should be over....tonight is the last hurrah (my brother leaves tomorrow...boo hooo, but that means that I won't be working mad hours and then running up to spend every other waking minute with them....eating in my car on the way from one place to another...etc etc etc). I'm determined to eat healthy ...super healthy. Back to an overabundance of fruits and veggies. Good stuff only!

4 comments:

bbubblyb said...

Hope things get back to normal soon. Sounds like once your brother is gone things will. Hope you enjoyed all your time with him though. Sometimes we just have to manage the best we can.

Natalia said...

You've had so much stress! I know you don't want your weight to go up, but stress doesn't help weight loss. It hinders it. On top of that, it's hard to stay on track with diet and exercise when you feel so bad. So it's double as bad.

I really hope things get better for you so that you're able to get back on track and worry about you. You and your family should be happy. :) Take car, hunny.

Anita said...

1.Take a deep breath.
2.Remember, "this too shall pass".
3. Look for the good, happy, positive happenings in the day.

from one who spent 25 years caregiving my relatives, and spent lots of time in doctors' waiting rooms=life ain't no picnic; it's a roller coaster.

You'll be OK.

josie said...

There is so much to be said for normalcy and routine. I really hope things get better for you soon!