So yesterday I went to a pool party in Glendora, and even though I never went into the pool (because these people were super freaking rich and I am not), I was in a bathing suit under my clothes that I actually felt really good in. Like before I left I even showed my mom. Derp.
I’m so happy, I haven’t felt comfortable with myself in atleast two years. ;-;
Like I still have little problems but overall it was good. :)
Hopefully by the end of the summer, I can actually go out to the beach with my friends. UGHTHATWOULDBEFANTASTIC.
Ok so Counting Calories is a fail for me. It honestly stresses me out and makes me want to cry. I need to lose about 96 pounds and I feel like if I don't count I won't reach my goal? Do you think if I just eat the right foods and healthy portions along with exercise I'll be okay? Thank you!!
It’s worked so far for me, but when I really think about it at the end of the day I only probably eat like 1000-1300 calories on a regular day anyway. :) Maybe 1500. Maybe.
And I don’t know if it’s true for sure I don’t have any real facts on it, but I think that it’s easier to lose the pounds the more you have on. So since we need to lose fairly big numbers, it’s going to be happening on it’s own with healthy eating and exercise until we reach like the last twenty or ten. Then I think all this meticulous planning is necessary.
But I do this and by the end of the week I always lose at least a pound or half a pound.
Try it out and maybe come back in a few weeks, or days what ever and tell me how it goes for you! :)
so since it’s three days till Monday when I’m going to be starting my p90x and BBL again, I’m going to do Jillian Michael’s 30 day shred videos. (1 a day) I know that’s not how that program works but I’ve felt so lazy since I’ve only been running this past week. BLERGH. Hopefully this doesn’t kick my ass too much. I use to do these videos like three years ago.
So I tried out the calorie counting thing for two days on a website and I think it’s just not for me. It made me stressed out, sad, more hungry, and eating (or thinking about eating) more than I usually do without it.
I’m just going to continue what I’ve been doing which is making healthy choices and keeping the portions appropriate, and work out like heck! It’s worked so far for the first thirty.