Sunday, July 29, 2007
1. I have lost all desire for sweets, carbs, and fatty foods.
2. I have full control over my daily eating habits.
3. I eat for health and nutrition only.
4. I look great and feel wonderful.
It's really working for me. I've lost 10 pounds and have totally eliminated carbs and sugar from my diet with little effort. This upcoming week I'm going to try this detox diet which is called: The Ultra Simple Diet. I'll let you know how it goes. If anyone out there has tried this diet or hypnosis, I'd love to hear from you.
Good Luck and Love to Everyone!
Friday, April 27, 2007
Friday, April 13, 2007
I woke up this morning thinking about the title of my blog. Has anyone read 'The Secret'? It was discussed on 'Oprah' not too long ago. It's basically about positive thinking and the law of attraction. Well, I was thinking that the name of my blog is not very positive. In fact according to 'The Secret' if I say and think I'm struggling to lose weight then that is what
I will continue to do and attract to myself. So, I think I should change the name of my blog to something more positive. How about: Rapidly Losing Weight, Think Thin, Skinny Minny, Dietista, or Everyday I get thinner and thinner. What do you think? Please vote for your favorite, or if you have any better ideas, it would be really helpful to me. Thanks and wish me well with my struggle (I mean adventure) today.
Thursday, April 12, 2007
Breakfast: coffee, a frozen waffle
Lunch: left over spaghetti and meat sauce
Dinner: shrimp and penne in vodka sauce
no real snacks except, a piece of gum and a piece of candy
Like I said, better but not great.
I decided today was the day. I woke up with a new sense of determination. I was going to lose weight now so I won't feel horrified about getting into a bathing suit in August, when I'm planning to go away.
I started the day off perfectly. A coffee for breakfast. Six walnuts (they are supposed to reduce your appetite) a little later when I started to feel a little hungry. Then a cup of green tea. For lunch, a small can of tuna and eight Ritz crackers. So far so good. Maybe I can do this. Six almonds this time when I start feeling hungry again.
Dinner time, I start to feel my determination wavering. The kids want sausage for dinner-uh oh. It's ok. I'll just have one sausage and no bread. Well, one sausage turned into two, but I didn't have any bread. The kids wanted ice cream for dessert. That's when I totally lost it. I had a root beer float. It tasted sooo good. But I felt totally defeated. So I drowned my sorrows with some frozen chicken wings and a side of ranch dressing.