Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Tomorrow Is A New Day

Folks, I have fallen of the wagon, so to speak. I have had one hell of a week. I don't know what is wrong with me. I have worked so hard to get this weight off and I have totally blown it this past week. I haven't tracked my eating. I ate probably a dozen fresh baked cookies Sunday. Had pizza, candy, you name it. Now tomorrow I face the scale. I don't want to quit, I am just at a point where I am tired. Tired of watching what I eat. Tired of packing my lunch. Tired of walking. Just plain tired of it all. But I will weigh in and face the scale and start all over again. Tomorrow.


  1. You can do it! I've been off the wagon, too, but you can always get back on!

  2. Hang in there! I always find it is easier to walk the dogs than myself. Do it for them.

  3. Oh, sweet Michelle... I hate to see you being so hard on yourself. Hop back up on the wagon and keep going. Reward yourself for staying the course, too. Just remind yourself of where you want to go with this weight loss and how much better you feel. I've been there. So I know.

    Stress is a bummer, and it's particularly hard on a weight loss program. But you know what? I have usually found that if I can quit doing whatever it is (eating, smoking, shopping) during times of high stress, I can kick it for good. You can do this, and you have the strength and support to do it. Go to the meeting and be honest with everyone. They will support you. We will support you, too.

    Sending you warm hugs across the miles...


    Sheila :-)