I think I'm finally in the right "mental space" to do this weight loss thing. I shouldn't call it a "thing" should I because this is VERY serious and I am taking it seriously, finally!
I saw this little gem on Facebook back at the beginning of the year and saved it, I knew it was going to come in handy, I knew that this was it... the year to shed the pounds I've gained in the last two years!
Not only am I going to kick 2013's ASS I'm going to kick this weight to the curb finally!
Like I said things are going well! I'm still maintaining my positive metal attitude that I had back when I initially lost my weight (something that was missing the last two years). What has the result been of this positive attitude? While I was in the DR I managed to come home 1.8 lbs lighter! Then the following week I didn't bounce back, but lost another 0.6 (last week). So that's a total of 2.4 lbs gone! Yay me!
I'm hoping for positive results again this week! I've done really well so far this week in terms food choices, even while out and about with friends! I'm on March Break and socializing means food and lunches out. I have also earned Activity Points 8 days in a row!!!!! Fingers crossed that this hard work is going to pay off this week, and if it doesn't I'm okay with that because I know sometimes things take a little longer to show up on the scale.
Yesterday saw my first road run of 2013!! The weather has warmed up (we had a huge snow storm almost two weeks ago now), and the roads are clear enough in my area I'm not going to kill myself. I stopped running back in the summer because of foot pain which has finally been diagnosed with Sinus Tarsus Syndrome. So in the last month or so I've decided its time to start running again... I am having to start from square one! Running on the treadmill has been okay, I can't run non-stop or as fast as I used to but I was doing well on the treadmill. I forgot how road running is a completely different affair, it was almost hard to do my 5:5 intervals (5 min. run:5 min walk). But I toughed it out and felt great for doing it!!!!
Keep working hard!!!