Tuesday, October 16, 2007
Biggest Loser Update: Week 3 of 8
I didn't want to post this week's results. And lucky for me, the gym is closed today so I could not weigh in. Oh, sure, I could step on my own scale and see the damage, but when every ounce counts it's important to stick with the same equipment every week.
Ahem. Where do I begin? I was sailing through last week just fine, then the curve balls began flying:
Curve ball #1: Impromptu midweek card game at our friends' home. We put the boys down to sleep and played until 1:30 a. m. Ordered pizza at 12:30.
Curve ball#2: Alex gets his first ear infection of the season. Not such a curve ball in itself, but the pain caused him to wake, for good, at 6 a.m. three mornings in a row. And wake up two or three times during the night (luckily, pat, pat, pat and he goes back to sleep). Hang on, I'm getting to the point: lack of sleep makes me too tired to care about watching what I eat or exercising.
Curve ball #3: Gym is closed today so I had to go to another place to workout. Without going into detail, it is not as conducive to a good treadmill session as my regular gym. I was on the treadmill for a lackadaisical 30 minutes instead of my usual 45.
Curve ball #4: I am a good cook. Well, not really a good cook but I have recently happened upon a couple of so-good-you-forget-any-kind-of-eating-plan recipes that I just had to make. (Check out www.cookscountry.com.) I don't know why I make these dishes; I tell myself I can handle the pressure and then I just cave. So now it's back to my bland cooking again (sorry, Pete).
Okay, that's the ugly report. I know the curve balls aren't going to stop...I just have to get better at catching them.
Posted by Christine at 10/16/2007 01:44:00 PM
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
To continue the baseball analogy: look to the Colorado Rockies for inspiration. A month ago they were losers and nobody dreamed they'd see a post-season. Then one game at a time things started going their way and now look at them.You may have struck out a couple of times, but your season's not over.Stay in the game!
Ahhh I know you are right! I'm such an all-or-nothing thinker and I need to look at the overall picture...
Post a Comment