Well, as I mentioned last week, crawling back on the wagon is pretty hard once you’ve fallen off and rolled in the dirt a bit. Last week, I had pizza and fried zucchini (on the same day). The next day I had Islands (no bun on the burger. Although I did have cheese fries and ranch. Oops.) AND Dots cupcakes same day. The day after THAT I had a Habit cheeseburger (again no bun) and sweet potato fries. I also bought 3 Cadbury caramel eggs and, instead of eating them spaced out as I had planned, ate them all in about 15 minutes.
I blew it again today too and had a donut for breakfast (although I still have a hope of making my calories today, actually.) I also skipped out on swing dancing last week.
In short, I didn’t fall off the wagon. I threw myself off it.
Fortunately, I went for LONG walks on Friday and Saturday in the heat and when I wasn’t pigging out on junk the rest of my eating was good. So, once again, I break even. Oh, I also joined the FitBit cult and bought a Zip which clicks onto the bra. Very convenient. I like it so far, although I worry it is being too generous with exercise points. But, anyway, to get to the meat of the matter…
Weight Loss this week: 0lbs
Weight Gain this week: 0lbs
Next week I would really like to go back to losing, so tomorrow I start being really responsible again and making good food choices. And I WILL go swing dancing this week. If I come back next week and say I didn’t go dancing then you reach through the internet and smack me. All of you. ;P
In the meantime, another thing I slacked on last week was laundry, which meant I had to go digging in the bowels of my closet for clean clothes which meant that I actually dressed much cuter than usual last week. Not being able to fall back on jeans made me actually work to come up with outfits. Funny enough, I was pretty pleased with the results…
Last but not least…
I did kind of a weird thing and subbed the pork out for ground turkey because I figured pork leftovers would go bad before I had a chance to finish them. It was really good, though, I love the tart mustard-y sauce.