My weight has been all over the place lately, and especially this week. I have made the mistake and weighing myself every morning, and I need to stop doing that because it's not going to help. Change isn't going to happen overnight, and I need to be patient and have faith in the process because I know that it works. Specifically, I know that it works for me.
I am back to carb-cycling (learn more about it here or from Chris Powell himself here), and I did a huge prep job on Sunday. It actually felt great getting veggies chopped up for the week, and it is making packing my lunch and making dinner a lot easier. Next week will be the true test because it is a travel week (and my last one!) for me, and I don't always make the smartest choices when I am out to dinner by myself. (Think pizza, cheeseburgers, fries, high calorie drinks, you get the idea.)
We go to Florida with Julian's family at Thanksgiving and I want to be down to where I was in June by then. Last time I lost it within a few weeks, so I am thinking that I should be able to do it (starting from about the same place) in 6 weeks without an issue. I do plan to keep it up this time. I want to be a healthier me. I know that I have said it so many times on here, and then I always have an excuse as to why it doesn't work (being busy, stress, etc), but now I know that it's not worth it to give up. Think of where we would be now if we didn't quit the last time?