Monday, August 17, 2015

August 17th, 2015 A Different Focus

August 17th, 2015 A Different Focus

Last night was turbulent. The tossing and turning and waking-- It isn't the little guy's fault. He's not accustomed to sleeping here.

He's finally asleep tonight and I'm right behind him.

This is day two in a row of not hitting my exercise goal. I'm simply acknowledging--not beating myself up over it. 

If hitting 2,000 cal a day, eating out three nights in a row (Fri-Sun) and now having two consecutive days of no workouts, still results in any kind of loss at all--it's definitely time for some changes!

I'll likely gain a little. And that'll be just fine. (No really--it'll be okay...I say with a straight face...I won't get all weird about it... okay, maybe a little weird..but that's me, I mean-- we'll see...that's Wednesday, tomorrow's Tuesday---Geez Louise, one day at a time, Sean!!!).

Seriously, out of perrentacies, It's a different focus--a different perspective, now.

I maintained the integrity of my calorie budget, I maintained my abstinence from sugar and I exceeded my water goal today. It's always a good day when I can hit the pillow knowing I did all three of those.

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Thank you for reading and your continued support,
Strength,
Sean

5 comments:

  1. I strongly believe that the maintenance portion of weight control is the most difficult, and I look forward to your insights and ongoing success in that arena. Always appreciative, and always cheering for you!

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  2. Oh Sean.... I'm worried for you! Many have said "at maintenance? Here comes the hard part!" ~ Being as you are not only adjusting to maintenance but preparing and getting in shape for a 5K - - is it wise to take on taking care of Noah? Having the responsibility of a 2 yr old for 24/7 when you are used to it is next to impossible. Hardest job in the world! Adding that to your plate - well, you might want to re-think it. Visiting with him for a few hours is doable and a whole different thing. Knowing how you are, I don't think you will be happy if you don't make your established goal and you have 2 big ones out there: your maintenance AND the 5K! Just saying'
    N~

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  3. Thank you for writing this Journal Sean. I've read every word and that helped me to stop and think after preparing 600+ calories of junk food after 9:30 last night. I put all of that junk back and stayed under my 2,000 calorie budget. Thank you, Sean!

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