Feels like I was just submitting an entry. Time goes by so fast. Day 18 of the supplements and day 4 of counting calories. Still doing it. My calorie intake is going to be the same as yesterday because I’m eating the same thing I ate yesterday. No harm in that.
I hit the gym to do 30 minutes on the treadmill and I burned 245 cals. I keep upping the speed and incline. But only if I feel like I can take it. If I start getting too exhausted I will take it down a notch. I don’t want to be miserable.
Weight-wise I am currently at 180.6lbs. Chipping away at it.
I am still worried about tonight because it is my night off. I will be craving cookies like a mad woman. And having cookies would not be so bad if I could eat just one or two. Not twelve.
Wow. I can’t believe I am 17 days in already. Day 3 counting calories. I think I’m getting used to it. I was sick most of the night tho. I think what I chose to eat last night was not sitting well with me. I also have a headache. Grrr…
I kept my cals under 1,200 today. So far under that when I tried to complete my food diary entry for today in My Fitness Pal, I was issued a warning that it was too low. It’s at 996 calories consumed plus I burned 233 cals at the gym. I think there is some fruit in the cabinet that I can eat to bump it up to the limit. I also have Oreos, but unfortunately, they are my enemy now.
I weighed myself and am currently at 181.6lbs. My night off is on Wednesday. I’m worried about it. I am fine controlling my eating while working, but being home all night may cause a problem. I hope not.
Day 9? Really? That was fast. I took the supplements and nothing. I have not felt an increase in energy, but I have found it easier to not visit the vending machine at work. That’s a plus, but I’m not sure it’s because of the pills.
My issue now is with snacking at home. I bought some Pepperidge Farm Chessman cookies the other night and destroyed them in a matter of hours. Absolutely delicious, but not good for what I’m trying to do.
I wish I had some right now!
In time. In time. I will learn to enjoy these in moderation.