R - reflect on what you've done - what was right, what could be done better. Be honest but let's have some positives too! Post in a blog, on the thread, or just let us know you've done it.
E - energize!
G - game face. Get your game face on. Start to think about what you want out of
BLC 20 if you haven't started planning already.
R - refresh. Do something just for you that you've not done in awhile! Get outta the rut and do something fun! It cannot include food.
O - over it. Get over one bad habit.
U - use it. Use your tracker and track what you eat.
P - pout about whatever it is you feel you need to pout about. Weight. Lousy summer. Work. Go ahead and pout. For ONE DAY only. Then move on. Put it behind you and remember that YOU are in control of you and your reaction. You'll have to be as honest about this one as you have to be for the rest.
I joined Spark in February 2006. I actually started USING it the following June. Since then, I've been most successful when I've been the most honest with myself and my trackers. I lost 30+ pounds, maintained for 5 years(ish), then got pregnant and now, I've lost all but THREE of my pregnancy pounds. Basically, I'm back at square one for maintenance. That's a good thing.
BLC19 saw me losing about 6 pounds. Over the break, I put some of those back on and then lost them again. For round 20, I want to finish losing my pregnancy pounds and put some snap back into the skin that housed Roo for 9 months. My abs are so close to the surface! I just need to get accountable to my team, and myself, and things will be A-OK again.
The bad habit I've gotten into is extra coffee and take out food.
Today I start, at least, a four day boycott of that.
I'm not sure how much more I can say... I've been whining for days about this bladder infection. It's caused me to miss two runs, two BodyPump classes, three days of work and all I've wanted to do is sleep. I fricken hate this!!! The good news is, I'm starting to feel much better. Not good enough to go to BP in the morning but I should definitely be good for my 12k run on Sunday.