Acceptance Day 2, 3, &4
I went back to my bad habits all while keeping in mind I am fat. It's been almost one month. I ate everything I enjoyed this weekend, and afterwards I said to myself. “I sure should not have eaten that.” So Monday starts a new week. Every Monday starts a new week. Every Monday I make a To Do List for myself, and I separate my personal to do list from the whole house hold’s To Do List. In reality if I don’t do it, it won’t get done. I gave my husband some of my To Do List, and for some reason everything he was supposed to do I always wind up doing. So this week in order for me to get my personal To Do List done. I have accepted the fact that I must:
#1. Plan a head. Planning ahead is always important. I always wind up stressed out, and not completing my tasks because of that. (Meal plans, work outs, and other important activities to me.)
#2Encouraging words. Since encouraging words are hard to come by every day. Find something encouraging to say to yourself every day. It has to be something that brings you back to reality of what needs to be done. Say those encouraging words in the middle of the day as you make it through your work day, all while eating healthy, and maintaining a positive attitude.
I have noticed a positive attitude goes a long way. I know it’s hard especially when you see some people eating what they want, and not gaining any weight or the weight goes to all the right places. I call them the Prey, and us dieting people are the weak. They make me sick because as soon as you say, “I am on a diet,” all of a sudden they want to offer you a piece of their cheese steak, or they want to order wings. (I love hot wings.) I want to say to them “Fuck you, and your cheese steak. You never offered me shit before.” It’s as if they want to trick you into eating poorly with them. So avoid them, but bring in some good healthy food to flaunt in their faces.
Part of planning a head for me is meal prep. Making my meals for a few days ahead of time. This week most of my meals will be grilled fish, chicken, and mixed vegetables, and egg white omelets, and of course healthy whole grains, and starches. Brown rice which I absolutely hate, and sweet potatoes, which have become my best friend, fruits, and of course water. You don’t know what it’s like when you have no food planned. You eat anything thinking you’re eating healthy, or you don’t eat at all.
Setting an alarm for my meals this week, and doing two work outs a day. A 30minute cardio before work, and working out at Gymratz gym, and on my own.
I have planned a head as far as my meals, and workouts.
Now all I have to do is get my ass up at 4am tomorrow workout, and start cooking this damn food. After getting the kids ready for tomorrow, and folding the clothes.
Those encouraging words for tomorrow. “Stop procrastinating, and get your ass moving.” After some of the days I have at work. I often just sit, and stare into space for a while. So those are great words to get my ass moving.