Getting out of my head and into my body was just what was needed this morning. Spinning was amazing, and by the end of the class, I was feeling really good. It was an excellent day on plan. I used 25 SmartPoints and I have 29 Weeklies in the bank. I noticed I earned an extra FitPoint for spin class, so I guess that has to do with how #WW recalibrated those. It doesn’t really matter because I don’t convert those into points to use for food. It’s the collecting of the points that I enjoy. Each week I set a FitPoints goal and that helps me to keep on track with activity.
So I saw these quotes on #Connect and I found them to be very inspiring:
This is a journey of personal growth. My physical transformation is the result of a mental transformation. Some people don’t seem to understand this they look at me with wonderment and ask, “How did you do it?” It all begins with mindset and belief. I know I can do this, and that’s how I’m doing it. It has to be doing because I think this is a goal without a destination, it is a journey of becoming.
Think about what you want and go for it!
This is yesterday’s post (my blog wouldn’t let me post it last night):
So… I gained four pounds this week. I don’t know what to say about that. If you read my blog you know that I’ve been struggling. This is what maintaining weight loss is. I am trying to rewire my brain to understand that there are limits when it comes to food. I’m pretty disappointed about the gain. I know there are lots of people who understand how I feel. They understand because maintaining weight loss can be difficult. However, when I think about my life, I have accomplished many difficult things so really, why not this?
I am determined to accomplish this goal. The rest of my life cannot be “less than” it could be. I want to have as much energy and physical strength as a possible. In order to make that happen, a big part of my “why” has to do with maintaining my weight loss. I want to be able to wear clothes that I like and feel confident and (for me) that involves maintaining my weight loss. These are very good reasons to keep at this.
I am very proud of myself for making my weight loss journey happen. It took a lot of effort, care, and attention to get to goal. I worked hard at this, and manged to enjoy the process throughout my ups and downs. Having goals to work towards is great, but it is also very important to recognize and appreciate “the now” and where I’m at right now is pretty good.
My plan for the week:
- Track all my food
- Meet my fitness goal
- Monitor my emotions
- Eat mindfully
Hopefully this time next week, I’ll be celebrating “Lifetime” status. Fingers crossed wish me some luck because a little good luck never hurt anyone.