I felt like I got so off track that I just didn’t want to face the choices I had made or even think about food and exercise. I just wanted to tune out from it all.
For awhile, I didn’t want to read about anyone else’s success. I didn’t want to write honestly about my frustration and feelings of failure. I just felt stuck in this place of being really tired of being in my head so much and just wanting some peace of mind.
While in the midst of this, at the beginning, I ate a fair amount. That subsided though.
I knew this dark patch would eventually pass. Now, it has. I’m feeling more optimistic about things and ready to get back to it. The only issue is now, essentially, having to start right back at the beginning. While I haven’t gained all my weight back, my body is bloated and my sinuses congested from gluten consumption and I’m needing to go through sugar withdrawal (again).
I want to finish this challenge on a good note.
I’ve begun working out in a new way. I’m vowing to be completely honest about everything I do (or don’t do). I’m ready to document everything.
So, this week, my weight is 356.8lbs.
My goal is to move every single day (more details on that in future posts).