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mY BLOG: Today's the day to turn this around ...

#1
13th August

Horrified, disgusted, upset and beating myself up.

Finally summoned up the courage to brave the scales this morning. I guess deep down I knew I wouldn't be happy with what they told me, I knew I had gained a few pounds but really didn't think it would be that bad. Somehow I have managed to fool myself into thinking that each time I ate ice cream, chocolate, crisps, bread, pizza and burgers that they weren't doing me much harm, especially since I had been working out at the gym .... feeling a bit disappointed for letting myself think that by sticking my head in the sand it would all go away somehow.

Have eaten my way through the fridge and cupboard contents today on my mental struggle with the 30lb weight gain. Feeling fat, bloated and down right sorry for myself (brain, please remember this yucky feeling for when I crave sugary/carb laden foods) but I know that negativity isn't helpful. Time for a long chat with myself about making a change. No one else can do this for me, it's all down to me. C'mon body it's time to cooperate with brain and get a gorgeous body in time for Christmas.

Brain, if you are still listening, please make a memo to not forget our CDC appointment Tuesday 14th at 5.30.

p.s. Body, in the meantime this is NOT a licence to crave and subsequently eat everything in sight. You'll only make matters worse ....
 
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#2
Hiya PF

The mind is a wonderful tool isn't it!! It can be so positive and so negative but to do the diet you need it to flick into positive which you are clearly doing.

30 pound gain isn't that bad, a lot of that will be water if you have been carbing out so I expect a serious first week loss and you'll be back on the train in no time.

Hang in there

Mike
 


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