Today I decided to get on the scales, I knew it wasn’t going to be pleasant, I’ve been so naughty in regards to what I’ve been eating recently, I’ve had a couple of weeks off of work for my birthday and to be honest I’ve eaten like an absolute pig!
I’ve had birthday dinners and lunches, takeaways, nibbles and big breakfasts and now all of that has provided me with an extra 7 lbs of weight…ARRGGGHHH!
I’ve decided that once my time off from work is over, I shall be shifting my focus and finally focusing on shifting the weight (and some).
I want to lose at least 50 lbs to start, I’m going to ramp up my exercise by cycling a lot more and also making sure I don’t eat bad things regularly – I’ve blogged in the past about my weight but I’ve decided that I don’t want to be fat and 30 next year, I want to be fit and 30 next year.
For me, at the beginning of any mission to lose weight I struggle with the motivation, once I’ve managed to keep myself motivated I know I will be ok, but I do struggle at the start – do you have any tips to help motivation in this area?
I love to cycle as well, and being from Cambridge it’s a perfect place to get on my bike and shift the pounds.
I’m sure this won’t be the last blog on the subject of weight but I wanted to get it out there so that if I don’t stick to it, I can be held accountable for failing – sometime guilt is a great motivational tool!