So I get on the scale this morning (as I do EVERY morning, afternoon, night-time......) well you get the idea!! and for the second morning in a row a new decade number has appeared! YAY!
Its very exciting breaking new territory like that. I always make sure its not a fluke by following up the next morning too. I am a little OCD - no really - just a smidge!
I must admit I have been feeling a bit 'off; over the past month about my progress and how my weightloss had halted to a stop etc and I really do need to just keep reminding myself that 12.5kg (27 pounds) in 11 weeks is a great result. Why do I put these added pressures on myself to achieve more than what's considered normal? Is it something that everyone else does too?
I started this journey convinced that I was going to be happy with slow and long-lasting weight loss. I 'thought' I was achieving this until my 6 week scale stand-still. I really don't want to be pulled into that 'ruled-by-the-scale' mentality but I just can't stop myself!! I like to make sure I am 'on-track' and daily weighing helps me with this. Is there a way to weigh daily and not let it affect the way I am feeling?
I am afraid that there is something a whole lot deeper going on in my subconcious which is impacting on my mindset and to tell the truth I am a little scared about when and if it will surface and I will have to face it head on. With. Out. Food. OMG I think I better stop writing, the more I write the more clues I see!!
Yes I procrastinate. I put things off. I wait til later....