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10:15 am: 137

Yesterday wasn't a fluke. Now I feel like today is. I don't see any difference from yesterday - the little poochy belly continues its existance unhindered by my efforts.

I had a slice of tart for breakfast yesterday instead of my fruit. My good and proper lunch. A bowl of soup and a little bit of low cal bread in the evening before going to the cinema.

137 today.


But it's Friday, and Fridays always worry me, because it's the weekend and there's a sense of entitlement. In december, we went out dancing every saturdy night, and that kept me from feeling sorry for myself as well as giving me additional motivation to keep from b/p-ing on a friday night (want to look slim as possible in my party clothes). And this weekend? Nothing. Some friends want to watch a film and get chinese food. Huh. I don't really want to. I want to dance and get drunk. I don't want social conditions to excuse me sitting on my ass eating food. Frankly, if I'm to do that, I'd probably rather do it by myself than with these people.


I want to be 3lb less than this next week. I am going out dancing next Saturday. I want to be 3lb less.

I presume it's now going to plateau a bit. I really wasn't expecting a drop today; I can't imagine anything producing another tomorrow. I would like to see 136 on Monday morning. I would like to eat reasonably well over the weekend and get lots of exercise and walking in. I would like to completely rid myself of the sugar in my system; that will take a few days yet. I want to start exercising more rigorously - the way things are going, I could get to 126lb and still be horribly flabby.

I'm being so good about looking after my skin. I'm moisturising my body every night. I'm trying to take care of myself. That needs to extend to eating the right foods, to nourishing myself from the inside.

This weekend I will stock up on veggies and fruit. I need to make sure I'm getting lots of protein and vegetables.


Date:January 10th, 2005 10:19 am (UTC)
Thanks.....but I'm not sure about how deserved congratulations are. I'm more about the theory than the practice, I'm afraid.

My mum had that last year, at 58, and came back with a clean bill of health - I hadn't really thought about it like that. I know, rationally, that we must be creating so many problems for the future. Every time I go to the dentist I hold my breath in case he finds problems with my teeth, every time I go to the doctor I'm worried about blood pressure.... Yeah, it has to all add up in the end.
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