Like always, it's two steps forward, one step backwards.
I've gained 1 1/2 pounds this week (which is amazing that it is so little considering the amazing food I enjoyed over Mother's Day.)
But at least I haven't even approached what I started at.
A little weight gain like this doesn't extremely disturb me. Unless it is more next week. But I'm working on that.
Last night, curled up on the couch watching Taken, I decided to enjoy the movie with a huge bowl of popcorn.
I love popcorn. LOVE. Especially with lots of butter. It could be my favorite food of all time.
But I've really cut down. I don't even it is once a week. More like maybe twice a month.
And I don't feel sad about it. By only eating it occasionally, I don't feel guilty when I do eat it.
Other things that I have almost completely cut out of my diet are beef and ice cream. I still have ice cream, but we don't keep it in the house anymore. Which makes eating half a gallon of butter pecan right out of the box while watching When Harry met Sally... much more difficult.
However, I'm not willing to give up pancakes or waffles. Seriously, they're probably the best thing I cook, and I just can't give that up.
What are things you are willing to give up? And more importantly, what are things you aren't?