Get out of the station!

 

Another beautiful, cloudy, rainy 32 degree April day in Nebraska! I love my Nebraska, I love the change of seasons, but, come on Spring! I am really feeling like I have climbed to a new level. the amount of food I was eating and the cheating I did when I was 537 pounds Caught up with me. In spite of the fact that I was no longer eating like a 537 pound person, I was eating like a 374 pound person, and in denial about how much those BLT’s (bites, licks and taste) added up. My weight loss slowed down and trickled to a stop the last several months. I needed to ramp it up. Complete honesty, first with myself then a trusted friend is the catalyst that turned things around for me. The thing is, we must get past the believe that we are moral failures, gluttons, or lacking willpower. Because that false belief about ourself makes us hide in shame. We have a disease. Open up, tattle on yourself, target the problem, then find a change you can make To move forward. But this will not work without daily accountability. And then stay consistent. Once you get the train out of the station it gets easier. Have a great day everyone!

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Thanks so much for taking the time to read my blog. I am a Baby Boomer from Nebraska blogging my way to good health. I am single, with no children, I have a little white maltese dog named Lily. Follow my journey to lose 1 pound 300 times.

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