Okay, I’ve hit a little bit of a breaking point/plateau in my weight loss and it’s driving me nuts. In fact, I’ve gained weight BACK in the last 5-weeks instead of losing more weight. So frustrating!
I’d love to blame my body, but really if I had stuck to my macros, I definitely wouldn’t be gaining weight. It’s amazing how quickly my body will gain weight back – is anyone else like that? I feel like that’s a problem a lot of women have.
So many excuses. My sister bakes crap all the time, so there were brownies. Then girl scout cookies. Now there’s chocolate chip cookies sitting on the counter – I ate 7 of them last night because I have no self-control … especially when I’m stressed out or worried about something (which was all day yesterday). And that damn Qdoba … Lots of travel for work. Plus Easter. All of that and add in coworker drama, people writing passive-aggressive posts about me on Facebook (grow up, kthanks) and possible life changes … let’s just say it’s been a rough month. And I’m REALLY good at excuses when it comes to losing weight.
I’m feeling it – and I’m tired of it. I just bought all those new clothes and now the damn jeans are tight haha! I bought that damn 90-day program and here I am 5-weeks in, 3 lbs heavier than I was when I started and it’s entirely my fault.
Only like, one of you is going to get that gif reference but whenever I say “entirely your fault!” I think of Mrs. Weasly’s howler. What can I say – #HPgeekforlife
I apologize for this post being all over the place, but after my binge-eating couple of weeks and waking up today being too bloated to even wear my rings, I’m feeling super pissed about it so I thought I’d blab about it on here. 🙂 Thank God for self-tanning – at least it makes me a look a tiny bit better!
How do you save yourself from self-sabotage – whether it’s weight loss or something else?