Losing It For The Family

Losing It For The Family

Monday, March 7, 2011

Trying To Get It Dialed In

I am still not where I want to be on my eating. I am at least conscientious about it, but I need to be actively taking care of it. I am doing great all day until the evenings. Not that I am killing myself still with sweets. I have gotten off the cereal kick and no more girl scout cookies episodes. But I still hit me some peanut butter, I still grab an extra yogurt, if there are bananas, they are in danger. And I am gonna have to ask Kathy to quit bringing Pringles home. Not that we usually have them, but last night we had them as a side to the burgers I grilled and then they wound up tempting me into having another serving. It was 130 calories but still.

I had made a pledge to not snack in the evenings for two weeks last week. It has not happened but one day, so I am renewing that pledge. I think with this being a Monday and my busy life with work and school resuming, I can once again gain some momentum towards that end. I hate that making One-derland, rather than being a glorious event, has made my eating a challenge instead. I stand here today ready to make it a priority that my progress go on. I want, no wait I NEED to see my scale say 189! So here I got. On March 7, 2011, I begin a new journey. This time, the goal is to get my night time snacking under control and to see my scale say 185 pounds!! Tally Ho!!!



2 comments:

  1. You can do it, Shane! Funny because I have never been a night time snacker- I go to bed early that probably helps. I know when I had my family at home I often put their snacks and PB in a special drawer so I wasn't tempted. I usually serve cole slaw with burgers- it gives me the crunch I crave.

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