Losing It For The Family

Losing It For The Family

Monday, August 16, 2010

Day 29 Not Sure What to Call It

So I spent the majority of the day at home alone today. That is a trap situation for me. I worried what would happen. Well, I am not sure if I really fell in the trap or not. I suppose that in terms of how many times I ate a snack, it was more than usual, however, it was things like a stalk of celery, 4 strawberries, half a cup of grapes, another stalk of celery. So anyway, that was my worry. Seeing it, I guess I was overreacting, but I was worried about it leading further.

I got the job I interviewed for today. I am looking forward to a totally new challenge. I like Cheryl alot already and she has her priorities straight I think. So I start Wednesday and am quite excited. I will miss my peeps at Baker Law Firm, but it is a new chapter.

I hope ya'll got to see my earlier post today with the pictures. I am still in awe of how much different I look with 22 pounds lost. I wonder what the next month will hold.

6 comments:

  1. Great news on the job! I don't even count celery as food (although I like it), so good job there too.

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  2. I'm a stay at home mom with children in school....so I totally get being home alone....with food. It's a battle that's for sure.

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  3. Congrats on the new job! I know how it is with the snacking. When I first started this new life, I'd get really nervous and grumpy before weekends for the same reason. Now I handle them much better and spend more time at home being active. This week I maintained my weight through the weekend. Small steps lead to large victories. If all your grabbing is celery or grapes or apples, you'll be fine.

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  4. You re doing such an incredible job Shane! And I think your progress in your snack choices has been wonderful today. Your choices today were definitely different than they were before, right? :)

    Way to go Shane! Keep it up!

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  5. Congrats on the new job, Shane! And don't worry about snacking on healthy foods.

    Keep us informed about Kathy's progress.

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