There are a couple of things I have to come clean about.
First, I've been really struggling with my weight lately. No, I mean really struggling. Way more than I let on here. Today I woke up and weighed in at my highest weight in 3 years. That's bad.
Second, I've gone back in my journals and looked at what's worked in the past compared to what I'm doing now. I saw then differences and I immediately started instituting changes. Granted it's only been 1 day but I feel better already.
Third, the focus of this blog is going to change a little. Until I begin my Honu training, end of December I think, I'm going to focus on weight loss. A Lot!!! It won't be like I ate this, this, and this, I burned xxxx calories, blah, blah, blah....... It will be more along the lines of everyday accountability to myself. I have another, secret blog where I record the incredibly boring minutiae of my weight loss journey.
The main difference is the level of activity. I have got to get lots of activity in as often as possible. I know that diet is 90% of weight loss and activity is only 5-10%. But with me it makes a huge difference.
Also, I've been lying to myself about my food intake. You would think that someone who's been a weight watcher as long as I have would not be able to fool themselves. Ummm, yeah, not true. Today I have been brutally honest about what I eat and WOW!! Such a liar!!!
Okay, there you have it! All my cards are on the table. You would not believe I'm closing in on 50 would you!!!!
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