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Here I am, back again...

Sunday, March 09, 2014

Here I am, back once again. My own excuses sicken me as to why I have ended up 195 lbs and I don't want to hear them anymore. I have a choice... I can enjoy that few moments of enjoyment, the few moments of escaping the stress of my life, found from foods and wines OR I can enjoy a lifetime of looking and feeling sexy and confident. No contest really when reading it on paper, or a computer screen, but much harder to put into practice when the people in your life are making you want to scream!

Here's to the first step. Admitting I have an issue, a long standing one, with food and coming here again to try to sort it out, hopefully for real this time.
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  • DWROBERGE
    Welcome back aboard the train to success. Keep focused. No food tastes better than skinny feels. You can do it too. Go for it.
    2458 days ago
  • TXPATRIOT
    Coming to grip with our issues is half the battle.

    Best wishes to you! emoticon
    2458 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/10/2014 1:09:26 AM
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    2458 days ago
  • AGENT1975
    I'm at 195 lbs as well and not happy with myself at all... My goal is 160 lbs (for now) and it seems so far away! Sparkpeople has been so great for me :) I hope it stays that way. Have a great tomorrow!
    2458 days ago
  • BEACHCALSIX
    ditto @ kklennert if you have a bad day and binge, get right back on track the next day. You might surprise yourself and still lose weight even though you ate so bad if you get back to work right away.
    I am such a yo yo dieter so I feel your pain. I lost weight last year (about 25 lbs) and gained it all back (+10lbs) and started where you are too 196. I am burning it back off again but this time I'm not dwelling on the past or my failures. Just looking at the present and my future goals. they are always on my mind.
    I've made a lot of mistakes this time around too but I don't let it stop me and keep going and surprisingly the weight still comes off. the key is to catch yourself cheating the first time, forgive yourself, then continue. Don't let it escalate!
    Ok, sorry for the long comment but I can totally relate!
    Good luck and push through! emoticon
    2458 days ago
  • no profile photo CD5788525
    Don't feel bad or ever give up. Eating healthy and exercising are life long changes and always challenging with all the fat, sugar and tempting foods out there. When you slip, just get right back on track and full speed ahead!
    2458 days ago
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