It's a new year! A clean slate. A great time to reevaluate goals and how to best achieve them. I really don't think setting resolutions work. It's unnecessary pressure. So, let's use the word commitment. Unless you're have commitment phobia.
I really enjoyed the holidays. I know too much because I can feel it. It's not just my pants are a little snug, but in general I just didn't feel "good". Sure I still exercised as much as I could. But, I ate foods I said goodbye to a long time ago. I fell face first into a bag of my favorite potato chips. I sucked down a peppermint milkshake from Chick-Fil-A without batting an eye. I didn't say "no" to much. I drank more adult beverages than I have in a long time. In other words, I gave into the holiday spirit. And now it's time to change my ways and recommit.
True confession time - I didn't track. At all. Mostly because I was lazy but also because I felt guilty about what I was eating/drinking. And honestly most of the time I didn't care. Even though I KNEW I was losing control and was possibly getting farther away from my goal. I was kind of glad to miss WW last weekend because I know it's going to be u-g-l-y.
I am SO fortunate to have so many good friends and my family to support me. I couldn't do it without them.
I am now tracking everything (good and bad). I am exercising. I am going to really TRY to get at least closer to my goal weight by my birthday. 84 more days!
Let's do this!