Thursday, September 6, 2012

It is happening...

I am getting stressed and frustrated and losing my mojo. Actually, its my frustration at losing only 1.8 lbs. This happens to me in my prior diets. I work and work and work and then I get a loss I am not happy with. Then I want to say well F*(k IT!! and I am trying not to be that way. in fact, most of my indulgences are with healthy food but its not in the plan. And if I am in the twos next week, I know I will be devastated that I allowed myself to slip back down. I need to get myself together and stop sabotaging myself. sigh.

 Just had to vent.


  1. Don't give up. I know it's not easy but you have done a fab job so far and if you just keep going you will make it! I know, easier said than done - but I am right there with you and I know how frustrating it is to work your butt off and not get the results you hope for. Just stay positive, know that you are beautiful and can totally do this!!!! We will get our MILF status! ;)

  2. Hey Honey, Thanks for the honest post. I too used to get upset when I wouldn't lose as much as I wanted. I had to step back and pretend that I was talking about someone else's weight loss. If someone else came to me and told me they lost 2 pounds that week, I would be super excited for them. And very proud of them. It helped me to learn that every loss is something awesome and something I should be proud of.

    Think of it this way.... If you lose around 2lbs a week for a year, you will be down 100 pounds. And that year is going to pass whether you are losing weight or not.

    Keep your chin up beautiful! And keep up the good work! I am proud of you and I know you can do this!

    1. <3 Paige, i heart you! Thank you so much for responding back and your kind words. You are so right and I do the exact same thing. When someone looses a pound, a half a pound, I am hooting and hollering and SOOO happy for them! I celebrate with them. When I do it, why isn't it good enough? I need to really celebrate my accomplishments and do a better job of staying positive and proud of myself. SOO grateful to have kind people reading this blog and helping me in this journey!