Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Sureslim diet update

You know what this week needs?



Yep, that makes things a whole lot better.

After a very long, miserable week I have managed to stay the same weight.

Which considering I have run around like a headless chicken, not making time for proper meals I suppose I am going to have to take as a plus.

I still feel as if I need to get my head back in the game properly. I'm still craving food that goes straight to my hips (and bum and legs and arms) and yes occasionally I am giving into that temptation but overall I am definitely in a better place than I was two weeks ago.

The HUGE problem I have is that half term has crept up on me like a mugger in an alley way and as of wednesday I have three children at home for approximately 3 and a half weeks working my last nerve (I love them, I love them, I love them, I love them) This is a time when I usually turn to food, it never answers back, wanders off or threaten to leave home (promises promises)

Food is a comfort to me once more, and I hate being a slave to it. I got to the stage where food was just fuel to me and I would love to get that back again.

So I stayed the same this week, it isn't a gain and I feel like I have learnt another lesson,


I'm just not sure what it is yet.



How are you getting on?



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6 comments

  1. Staying the same is definitely much better than gaining even half a pound so that's a posotive to take :) especially when you're busy when eating healthy just doesn't come easy at all.

    Sarah
    fashionismyh2o.blogspot.com
    xx

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  2. I feel ok when i stay the same, so well done on that, it's tough when you have little ones to look after too. I put on half a pound at SW on Thursday last week, it could have been a lot worse. I celebrated with a KFC! I'll never get back into it, I'm doomed! x

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  3. I'll take staying the same when I get weighed tomorrow. Alcohol has crept back into my life too much again, at least with a maintenance you are no worse off. A long weight loss journey will always have it's difficult times, and I'm going through one now, well for the last couple of months I have been, but am so much better off then when I started in september

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  4. Oh that picture made me come over all flustered!

    Good luck coping over half term. Is there anything else you could turn to, rather than food? Or make the need for comfort food a positive and bake fairy cakes for the kids, but not many so they're gone before you get the chance to eat one? xxx

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  5. Hiya, bloody nightmare isn't it. I weighed this morning at the gym and have lost a 1b, which is wonderful, or would be had I cut back a bit and taken the stairs not the lift. As it was I worked really hard in the gym 4 times, only drank on Sat eve and ate sensibly over the weekend as well as during the week and had no bread at all. I have no metabolic rate so think possibly total starvation whilst lashed to a treadmill is now the only option! x

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  6. I recommend throwing the bathroom scales out of the window.

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