skinnymama40's Journal, 30 April 2011

148? Really? I knew I wasn't following things exactly but shit! I didn't want to gain all of my weight back! This SUCKS!

I just wish I could find a balance between obsessively tracking every bite of food and eating mass quantities of whatever I want.

I only know today that I could tell that I had gained weight in how my clothes were fitting and how I felt. I can feel my stomach that it's bigger. UGH! So frustrated.

It still seems like I do fine all day while I'm at work but when I come home in the evening I just want to snack like crazy. I've been craving carbs more than anything. Maybe I should try the 17 day diet since I just bought the book and it says I'd lose 10 lbs. in the first cycle... that would put me in pretty good shape for my trip to Florida May 20th!

Hmmm... Could I do it? Could I stick with it? It goes right back to being obsessive about my food - but there is a tremendous appeal to doing something for just over 2 weeks. And if I could drop 5 or 6 pounds I'd be super happy! I think I'm going to give it a try!

Plus - I have so much work to do around the house that I will definitely be active! Painting, cleaning, clearing out the garage, etc. to get ready for Collin's grad party. I could actually maybe pull this off! Sticking with it will be tough but I think I can do it for a few weeks and see how it goes!
148.0 lb Lost so far: 6.0 lb.    Still to go: 16.0 lb.    Diet followed poorly.

Diet Calendar Entry for 30 April 2011:
1290 kcal Fat: 51.60g | Prot: 75.43g | Carb: 137.88g.   Breakfast: egg white, egg, red pepper, fat free feta. Lunch: lean ground turkey, lettuce, fat free cheddar, diced tomato. Dinner: cheese pizza, Chicken Strips, 7up, hershey extra creamy. Snacks/Other: strawberries, banana, Simply Almonds, Cashews & Cranberries Trek Mix - Trader Joe's. more...
on diet skinnymama40's own diet   gaining 0.6 lb a week



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