Get it together

My brain is not in the right place to get it together, when it comes to food.

Or rather, when it comes to dinner.  Here I go again… making my way through a perfectly planned day, only to come home famished and eating whatever I can find.

So we know what this means.  I need to plan better and take care that I have enough snacks.  I need to stick to my dinner plan.

Exercise is going fine, very well actually.  On NYE I ran, on the 2nd of Jan I rode my bike, on the 3rd I kicked it on my elliptical.  Tonight I’m trying a Zumba class close to home.  If I like it, it’s another option for me and, even better, it’s from 9 – 10pm on Mondays and Tuesdays (normally I don’t even get home until at least 7pm, as I’ve pounded through your head several times before on my non WL blog).  It’s a bit out of my comfort zone to do it, but I’m going to anyway.

I think many people struggle to get that little kick start they need when re-fully-committing and I know I’m not alone.  By this time next week I’ll be in full force.  Watch this space.


  1. jenn says:

    Sounds like you have the right idea, just need to implement it. I find that my snack after lunch is important – if I skip it, I’m ravenous by dinner.
    Great job on the exercise!!!

    1. pinkymcpie says:

      I’m pretty much eating every couple of hours. I was trying to think of a way to have more protein-based snacks in the afternoon actually because A LOT of the time it’s fruit and veggies (apple, mandarins, celery, carrots), so I’m still starving by the time I get home.

      Planning out all dinners in advance will help too. I’m going to be writing down quite a few ideas in the next days to really make this work!!

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