It's been just over two weeks since I checked in (15 days to be precise), but the weight is going in the right direction; down! Interested in finding out what I've been up to, it's all here in 100% honest glory.
Day three is over, and I think that everything may well be fine. The sugar cravings are out in full force and the packet of Custard Creams in my drawer are still calling to me, in a voice which sounds strangely like Chris Evans...
Day two is over, going without carbs and sugar is HORRIBLE, but it will be worth it if the weight starts coming off and clothes in my wardrobe fit me again...right?
And here is the point, halfway through the year, where I start ALL over again. Weight loss is something so many battle with, and so far it's been a battle that I have been losing all down to the fact that I have zero willpower!
It's the end of a (movie) era...but this is a catch-up post, letting you know WHY I've been absent, as well as introducing you to my new(ish) venture, a podcast which will be all about life and everything in it (including movies)...
I didn't forget, I was just so busy that things had to be postponed. My weight loss journey continues, even though it's much slower than I had originally anticipated...are you still out there?
This week didn't quite go as planned, but then not everything goes exactly the way you want it. Seriously, had it gone any more wrong I might have just hidden under the covers for the rest of the year.
Dieting is not a way of life and it shouldn't be. What should be a way of life is making the best of what you have and if you aren't happy with it, making some changes. That's what I am doing right now...dieting certainly isn't my way forward.
Today was the first day for our weight loss plan at work. Weigh ins should not be traumatic and this wasn't anywhere near as bad as stepping on the scales at WW (where you pay for the privilege).
Christmas is about spending time with the family. But before I get to that bit of things it's about baking lots and lots of stuff for everyone to eat. Here's the first in my series of entries about my normal (though this year pared down) Christmas baking routine.