Tuesday, November 7, 2017 | By: Debbie

Day 2 - November 7, 2017

I am going to start numbering each day on my new journey.  I got up and went to the Health Plex this morning and walked for 2 miles.  I finished up in the pool for 30 minutes of just walking.   The heater is out on the pool so it was cold. 

I had oatmeal for breakfast this morning.  It was maple and brown sugar, but less sugar then regular oatmeal.  I am tracking my calories in My Fitness Pal, but seriously thinking about going back to Weight Watchers tomorrow night.  We will see. 

Lunch at the Hot bowl today and I ate to much.  Eating out is not my thing anymore, and I should have just eat what I brought for lunch.

One day at a time.

Sunday, November 5, 2017 | By: Debbie

Eating out of control..

It seems like I have lost control of my eating these last few days.  I do not know where to begin except I have been eating crazy these last few days.  How can someone possible eat 5 peanut butter sandwiches in one day.  Well I did, and I have been eating like there is no tomorrow.  I have to get a grip, I am going to get up in the morning and go walk and swim.  I am going to take it one day at time and start by getting started with my walking again. 

I have been trying lately to take something called Truvision, but I do not think this is the answer, I have considered going back to Weight Watchers, I actually joined then canceled my membership after one day.  I think maybe if I go back it will help being with other people who are having a weight problem.  I have tried so many times that I am ashamed to walk in the meetings again for like the 3rd time. 

I don't know if this is stress or what it is, I need someone to talk to.  I need someone who understands what it is like to eat completely out of control.  To eat even when you are not hungry, to eat until you are sick to your stomach.  I have a food addiction, like a drug addict wants drugs, I am that way about food.  I don't know what to do.  Take this one day at a time is all I know what to do.

Tomorrow is a new day.  One day at a time, and one pound at a time.