Hi everyone. I know it's been a long time since I posted but I've had quite a rough time and to be honest in my final year of college I don't have time to turn around. That doesn't mean I can't control my food. It just means a lot of organisation, planning and commitment. But … Continue reading Okay I am back for real this time 😁
For me I'm not a big Monday fan. In fact it hits hump day on my tracker. Just to make it a little more unlikable. There is a reason to like Mondays. It's back to routine, I find it easier to stay on track when I'm back to the weekdays. Mind it takes a little … Continue reading It’s Monday
So this is my second week pulling myself back on plan. While I was down half a pound, I'm not going to lie, I was disappointed. I was rushing from class so I couldn't stay for the meeting. If anyone read last week's blog you would know that I have a habit of getting takeaway … Continue reading Breaking Habits Part II
So last night I got home very late, I was absolutely starving. I will say that yesterday was planned until I had a family crisis, I stayed on plan but ate my lunch very late. I was so hungry but stuck to plan. When I finished lunch at 6pm I was still hungry. But I … Continue reading Slip ups
For anyone who didn't see yesterdays blog, last night's challenge was to avoid the takeaway when I go to my mam's on a Saturday night, and ... I did it! Happy dance time. So today is Sunday and after my victory last night, I woke up thinking I deserved something nice for "staying strong". Any … Continue reading Feeling amazing
Every weekend I head back to my home house on a Saturday night. Usually arrive late, after an early dinner and I am starving. The ease of grabbing the takeaway menu was too easy. I found it harder to plan when outside my own house. As if I was on holidays. But I wasn't, this … Continue reading Weekend buster
Today for the first time in a long time I sat down and made myself plan a week ahead. To be honest, it was torture. I know why it was torture, it was down to my habit of playing it by year. Seeing what happens, being what I thought was "flexible". The only flexibility it … Continue reading Planning!