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Monday, June 28, 2010

Last night, I went to bed in a bad mood because of a stupid fight I had. In doing so I woke up stressed, irritable and now im just in an all around bad mood...but I did discover something positive. Usually when I feel like this, I dont care about sparking or eating right OR my exercise.. But I DO! Im sitting here thinking.."maybe if i do my pilates or strength training I'll feel better" or "I need to track for the day so I stay on track".. So amazed at the transformation and am finally beginning to see how this is actually a life style change rather than a diet. For instance yesterday we went to a birthday party and i spent all morning making a cake..so I didnt have time to track til last night and I was so dead on it was scary. I couldnt believe that I had done that without the tracker, but I will admit I felt so lost without it and was guilty for not tracking something before putting it into my body.. Ahh actually this blog just made me feel a lot better. Happy Monday Everyone. Keep up the good work.


P.S. I HIT MY TEN POUND LOSS MARK YESTERDAY!!! :-D
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  • MAMA_MARTIN11
    Thanks I hope so too!!...just gotta adjust the attitude. alot of it had to do with the fact that it was two months since my grampi passed away who was my dad pretty much and i just wanted to be angry. I know I have the ability to control my attitude so we'll just say tomorrow WILL be a better day. :) Thanks for reading!!!

    ~Amber
    3894 days ago
  • BKGOOBERH
    Awesome job on the ten pounds lost!!! That is great! I get nervous with out my tracker to. I know I am making good choices, but I crave the confirmation of the tracker.

    Keep up the good work!! I hope tomorrow is a happier day for you.

    -Brandi
    3894 days ago
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