Wednesday, February 9, 2011


So I'm a little confused. I'm pretty sure I've stayed constant this week. (No weight loss) My scale and the scale at the nutritionist's office are significantly out of sync. I think by like 3 or 4 pounds. So, I'm not really sure what my weight is and have not been home until now (4:30 in the afternoon)...too late to weigh myself. So w/o giving more excuses, I'm's that?

My goals for this month: (three of them set by my Nutritionist & I):

-No more evening snacking. (i.e. after dinner) This one is KILLING me. It was a goal of mine last month that I was not successful at. Lots of sabotage going on there. Do you self-sabotage in any way?

-Embrace a healthy lifestyle. I have a love/hate relationship with this one. When I'm doing great, working out, etc. it's easy to come up with reasons to be happy with these changes. Not so much when I'm stressed. These last 2 weeks have been a doozey for me, too.

-Work out at least 3 days a week. I'm doing pretty good at this (excluding this last week and a half of course) Back on the wagon for me!

I have an article she gave me on parents who encourage their kids to eat well, but in turn don't do it for themselves. It was very good. I'll have to share it on here soon. Hope y'all are doing good. Thanks for stopping by!


Ame said...

Carrie! Consistent i.e. not-gaining is still a great thing! Don't be so hard on yourself, my friend! (Easier said than done, I know.) You are making a lot of positive changes in your head and heart, and though they don't get to be measured on a scale, they count, immensely. This is, as in everything, a one-day-at-a-time process. Don't give up on you.

The HARDEST thing for me is the not eating at night! I sabotage often in this area. Recently, with Supberbowl sunday, we still have junk in the house and I have been grazing instead of getting rid of it. Not sure I have much advice here, but you're not alone in this struggle. :)

Btw, I neither gained nor lost this week either...

Jan said...

Eating after dinner is one of my WORST things. I struggle so hard with that - and have found that at least for now, a cup of hot chocolate does the trick for me.

Hang in there -- you're doing WELL!! xoxo