Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Weight gain I am more then happy about.

The last 3 weeks or so have been very up and down. More up then down in lots of ways. In the last 3 weeks I have won a hockey Grand Final (never get tired of saying that), had our hockey wind up, and been to an AWESOME hens night. In that time I have put on just over a kilo. I am actually pretty excited about that. 

Why? Because in the past I would have put on a LOT more!!! It goes to show that I am learning (slowly) to deal with life and all it's ups, without throwing everything I have learnt over the last 9 months out the window. 

I am going to go back and listen to the Hypnotist recording whilst I am on holidays. I think as a few old habits are creeping back in it can't hurt to have a little refresh. 

Every week I write my weight on the whiteboard on the fridge. It's a great reminder of how far I have come. 
Oops how did that pic of the Premiers end up in there??? ;) 

I have not been so great at recording my measurements. I have been writing them in a book but not recording the dates that I took them. 

The very first row 114cm is the first measurements I took in January/February. As you can see I have measured since then but lord only knows when all these numbers were written down. So I have put today's measurements in my diary. I will do this every week from now on. 

I am off on holidays on Monday and looking forward to some much needed family time. We are going to the beach and other then catching up with some friends we have no plans. It will just be about spending time together. I really feel that given the last few weeks I can go on holidays and stay on track. I will be packing my running shoes and positive attitude. 

Here's to being more organised, re-invigorated, motivated & come Monday HOLIDAYS!!!! 

So here are this weeks stats
Weight 85.3
Weekly gain .5kg
Total removed 21.3kg
Total cm removed 80cm. 

Next week I will be on holidays. I will put my measurement results on facebook but there won't be a weigh in. 

1 comment:

  1. Good on you! I think we need to give ourselves a 'buffer zone' for want of a better word. We will have things thrown at us and we know that yes we will gravitate within that buffer but we know then when to pull the reigns in. You have got your head in a good space. And you are so right. When I start to panic that I've had a 1 or 2 kg gain I have to stop myself, take a step back and say, yeah but I've lost 30, so don't have a cow. Hard to get that into my head some time. Have a great time on holidays, and I will look forward to hearing about how you coped, as I have holidays in November where I'll be overseas and really thrown for a loop. I'm looking for tips.