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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Quiet Weekend

This weekend is going okay in some ways.  I have gotten pretty addicted to sweets again lately, so my focus the last couple of days has mostly been just to not eat any sweets.  I have eaten a little more carbs and fat than I ultimately want to eat, but I have not eaten too, too much and I have not eaten any sweets, so I feel good about that.

I am going to continue that strategy for two or three more days until sugar cravings let up some.  Then I will start focusing on some other things too.  I am also going to try to get off the SF Red Bulls beginning tomorrow.  I drank my last one I had on hand today.  I'll have to take some BC  powder when I get a caffeine headache.

I walked some yesterday, but not a whole lot.  I walked 1.1 miles this morning and I will take another walk this evening.

So, right now, I am feeling pretty positive.

I am getting pretty close to getting everything put away in my loft and having the pictures hung.  I need to do some cleaning and tidying after that.

My boss texted a little while ago and I have to go in at 7:00 a.m. in the morning.  He has been gone for the last two weeks and a deposition was noticed by the other side at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow, so he needs a little work done to prepare for it.  I ended up working a couple of hours yesterday.  That's okay.  I worked virtually no overtime other than that last week.

A feeling of contentment came over me earlier today.  I can't describe it other than I think I am finally feeling at home.

Right now, Cassie is whining and restless.  But I want to wait until around 6:00 before I go for another walk.  It's a hot day for this time of year, and it will cool off by then.  I'll try to put in another mile.

That's all I have today.

1 comment:

  1. Glad you are feeling positive - it really makes such a difference!


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