I need to break bad habits such as starting something great and not finishing. Here it goes… and I don’t mind if my eyes only see this. I’m doing this for me anyway :)
I’m not really sure what my starting weight is. Since it’s past midnight, I just ate a snack, and I completed my second day, I’m just going to go by what my weight was about a week ago.
GW: feel amazing, strong and healthy
I started this new lifestyle change on Friday, September 28th. I finally made the decision. My overall eating was good and I ran about a mile along with push ups, crunches, plank, stretching, etc. Energy levels were a bit low but I’m keeping in mind that I’m getting over this sickness that has held me for a little over a week.
Yesterday: Saturday, September 29th. I had a packet of oatmeal, an egg, a few strawberries and a cup of honey vanilla chamomile tea for breakfast.
For lunch before work, I had another packet of oatmeal.
Lunch break (around 5), I had another oatmeal packet, a few celery sticks and a cup of greek yogurt (shoot, I eat a lot of oatmeal).
I enjoyed a tall cup of coffee from Starbucks for the drive home.
Once I got home, I made half a can of vegetable soup with a few crackers. Then had a tiny bowl of Arrowhead Mills Organic Spelt Flakes with a bit of honey and soy milk.
I went for a run tonight (a little less than 30 minutes), push ups, crunches, leg lifts, thigh lifts, plank, stretches.
Late snack I made a sunny-side egg and had two slices of Colby Jack cheese… already I need to break the late night snacking. Crap.
1.) Drink more water
2.) Portion control
1.) 2 pounds max
2.) Improve my running time… going longer.
*Long term goals*
1.) Lose 10 pounds by my friend’s wedding (November 10th). That’s possible right?!
2.) Be completely happy and healthy by my 25th birthday (July 11, 2013)
3.) Be able to keep up with my boyfriend when we do fun outdoor activities… he has increased my standards in, not only what to look for in a relationship, but also the standards I hold with myself! Oh man, I have a lot of hard work ahead of me…