Day 567: Weigh In Stuff

So it’s done. Just have to graduate. (I’ll talk more about that later this week.)

I knew that the weigh in was going to be bad because I gorged myself yesterday. What do you know? I was right! I gained 2.6 pounds this week. I know it’s bad, but it is what it is. I weighed myself on Friday morning and I was 235.2 so I know I can get down there, but I just need to keep consistent (as of late I have been consistent, but consistently bad…) So I’m up to 239, but I’m really going to try to count points this week starting tomorrow. This weekend I tried to get all of the bad eating out of my system because start next week I will be starting a new chapter in my life. This summer I want to lose 30 pounds. Time to get busy.

Breakfast: I just had an english muffin with about a tablespoon of peanut butter. Awesomeness.

Lunch: After church, I bought our friends Julie, Stacy and Emma for lunch  our awesome friends Stacy and Emma took us and Julie out for a graduation lunch. We went to Bandido’s Burritos because, you know, it’s awesome. I had the chicken burrito and some chips and salsa. It was fantastic.









Dinner: If you follow me on The Facebook (as my dad would call it) you probably know that I have been working on my final paper of grad school. Well this evening, in a spat of stressful eating, I said screw it, let’s go out in style. Let’s go to Wing Stop, indulge with the guarantee that we will be awesome this week. I had the lemon pepper and cajun wings with some fries. Wing Stop isn’t terrible if you share, but we ate our own 10 piece. Lame.

After I turned in my paper online, we went to Yogurt Mountain. It was ridiculously good.

So that’s about it for today. I can’t really justify how bad this weekend was food wise, so I won’t. That’s life and I’ll move on. See ya tomorrow.


3 thoughts on “Day 567: Weigh In Stuff

  1. I don’t know why these habits are so hard to break. Especially when we know we feel so much better when we do the right thing, physically and mentally. One step forward and two steps back when it comes to weight loss seems to always be how I work. But I’m deteremined things are going to change. Press through!!

    • I think we listen too much to our taste buds and the pleaseure center of our brains instead of our bodies. And you are completely right, it feels SO MUCH better when we treat our bodies well. For me, especially this past week, have been eating with my emotions and I have felt disgusting. Keep up the awesome work yo! You’re doing great!

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