Thursday, April 29, 2010 | By: Debbie

Bone Tired

I woke up this morning tired, weird huh.  I guess because we had such a stressful day at work yesterday.  I did not get to blog on my lunch hour like I usually do and I missed it.   When I got home yesterday, I changed and worked out on my wii for 30 min.  I have a routine saved that I do everyday.  Then I did 900 steps on it on the step program, but I did not fell tired after that.     Seems like all I do is think about what I can eat and what I cannot eat.  God this gets old, I just want to live like a normal person.   Hey guess what though..  I cannot because I did this to my body, I over ate, did not work out and yo yo dieted for most of my life.      I feel like I have done good this week, although I have not stepped on the scales yet.  I have walked by and stuck my tongue out at them though. I know silly.. 

Does it every get any easier, I wonder.  One of the bloggers I follow Seth has done so good and I always go to his blog for motivation and several others.  Now would be a good time for words of encouragement guys... HELP...   I feel a binge coming on...    You know like one of those dreams where you are standing in front of 20 lbs of Rocky Road Ice cream and it is just you the ice cream and a spoon.  Well it is one of those times...    

I have done great on my eating.  I had two lite waffles this morning with peanut butter for breakfast.  I am going to list yesterdays menu and see if anyone can make any suggestions.    Thanks for listening everybody.

2 lite waffles with 1tlbs peanut butter / diet coke

Chick-fila grilled Sandwich
small cold slaw
Diet Coke.

Tostada - Deer burger / re fried beans
Lettuce / tomato's / shredded cheese.

To make this I used a small floured tortilla shell that I fried in peanut oil.  1/4 cup deer burger, 2 tablespoons re fried beans, lettuce, tomatoes and a 1/4 cup lite shredded cheese.  

Oh yeah and I had unsweet tea with sweet-n-low. 


Karen@WaistingTime said...

"Seems like all I do is think about what I can eat and what I cannot eat. God this gets old, I just want to live like a normal person."

I feel the same way. I was just writing a post for tomorrow, worrying about my eating while my husband leaves town, and thinking will I always have food as a fixation?!

Hang in there Debbie! I know you can do it. You can fight off that binge. You can move your body and feed it right and you can do whatever you set out to do!

Certifiably Fit said...

It does get easier as you progress through your just need to keep moving forward and learning from everyday. You will have days that your struggle but it is part of the learning process. It is the darkest days that can teach you the most if you take time to really listen to your body and see the lessons being presented. You can do this! Keep strong!

Nona said...

Oh honey honey!!! I know how you feel. It can be so hard but you are doing so well. Keep pressing on. I'm reading or rather listening to The Beck Diet Solution by Dr. Judith Beck which is not a diet but a cognitive therapy program. It is really helping me get my head sorted out in relation to this new lifestyle. Maybe it will help you too. Google it and see.


T&T said...

We all feel like that from time to time.
Binging is the worst thing I do. I think I would rather be a alcoholic!!

Go have a small treat and stay strong!!!