Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Wednesday Wow Factor!


Week 88
Start date: 12/28/11
Initial weight: 220
Current weight: 215 (as of 8/25/13)
Total weight loss: 5 pounds

Last week's dream focus: Continue easing back into fitness; shut that Devil down; stay focused on God during times of drama, dysfunction, and uncertainty; keep hustlin' to make these dreams come true; keep viewing food as fuel!

What went well: EVEN MORE fantastic eating results this week!  I’m consuming less, I’m eating anything I want - but much less of it now, AND I’m naturally beginning to crave healthier foods since I’ve gotten back into Zumba!  My sweet tooth is practically dormant – which is insane to me – and I’m not eating to mask emotions or because I’m bored.  I’m leaving lots of food on my plate, which I used to HATE doing because I was an honorary member of the “Clean Your Plate” club for so many years.  I’m even starting to split foods with my husband and order a sandwich only, rather than a big value meal.  AND FRENCH FRIES HAVE BEEN UNAPPEALING TO ME!  Say what???

Other good news, my endometriosis pain has decreased even more and my gall bladder area didn’t hurt as much this week during Zumba!  Any decrease in pain is music to my ears, y’all.

I determined a few weeks ago that logging everything I eat isn’t as necessary for me anymore.  Doing it for so long has helped me to become very aware of the caloric content in different foods and to get used to the amounts I should and shouldn’t be consuming.  But lately, I haven’t felt the need to log my food.  I’ve been doing really well without logging food… which has been on my dream list for some time!  Now, to maintain it and make it my new way of life!  

Challenges:  I’m struggling to think of any!  REALLY?  I LOVE THAT!

This week's dream focus: Continue easing back into fitness; shut that Devil down; seek God in every opportunity that lies before me; stay focused on Him during times of drama, dysfunction, and uncertainty; keep hustlin' to make these dreams come true; keep viewing food as fuel!

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