Friday, March 20, 2015

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Written By:  Bobbie


This is what happens in my house when I'm bored, not feeling great and putting away laundry.  I torture the cat, and create more laundry.  Because I'm smart like that.  It's been a pretty rough week for me.  After my fun time in Chicago, the time change in a different time zone, and all the travel, how Sherbert looks is pretty much how I've felt all week.  


The Ugly

It has been a week of furniture surfing, with one bout of activity over the weekend at the Boat and RV show.  I have been utterly exhausted and have had no motivation to move beyond what is deemed necessary.  Allergies have kicked in something fierce, and I think I'm coming down with a cold on top of everything else.

The Bad

I forgot to log my food for two day days with MyFitnessPal.  I did great up till Tuesday, then Wednesday, and Thursday I completely tanked as I started to feel cruddy.

The Good

I honestly don't have much for the good category this week.  I think the best I can come up with is only going back for a second helping of dinner once this last week.  I'm getting really good and filing up my plate with enough food that I feel full, but not stuffed.

Goals for Week

Survive this cold.  No really, just the fact that I'm admitting I'm sick is pretty huge, and when I get sick I'm out of it for several days.  I've already warned my older daughter that she's going to be stuck cooking dinner for a couple of days.

End Result for Week

Up 2.2 lbs.  OK, obviously not the way I want this to roll, but not the least bit surprising given how lethargic I have been.

Total Weight Lost

Down 8.1 lbs.  If I can just maintain this for the next week, I'll actually be happy with this.




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