KateRose3000's Journal, 14 May 22

Stagnation. Losing sight of the goal. This is my issue. I’ve been telling myself for the passed few weeks “I’ve slipped up today, I’ll start my diet tomorrow”. And I start each day with a goal in sight and by afternoon just magically “forget”. Become mindless.

So I’ve identified what I need to do. Stop thinking of the 35kg I want to lose as “I’ll get there one day”. Start attacking it in smaller goals. Measurable goals on a timeline, because that’s how I tick!

So today, Saturday I’m 125kg and by next Saturday here’s what I want to have achieved:

- 1.5kg weight loss
- 30 mins a day of exercise
- Eat more protein, less carb at each meal but think of each meal separately, not “oh well I ate pizza for lunch, may as well have pasta for dinner”

Going to try and log each meal too.

Ok guys! I’ll report back next Saturday, hopefully with those three things done and dusted! Wish me luck!
125 kg Lost so far: 0 kg.    Still to go: 35 kg.    Diet followed: Reasonably Well.

View Diet Calendar, 14 May 2022:
459 kcal Exercise: Cardio - 30 minutes, Apple Health - 23 hours and 30 minutes. more...
steady weight

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Calorie-counting is a must! I put weight back on every time I stop counting.  
13 May 22 by member: spicehorn
Sounds like a good plan - best wishes to you! 
13 May 22 by member: Debbie Cousins
Thanks!  
13 May 22 by member: KateRose3000
Try thinking along the lines of "Oh, I had pizza for lunch...I'll have a salad with a bit of chicken on top for dinner". That works for me 😊 
13 May 22 by member: SherryeB
Great idea... Smaller goals are a smart way to stay on track..... You can do this 👏👏👏 
14 May 22 by member: Petra#56
Good luck !!👍 
14 May 22 by member: MrHarry76
Good luck, you can do this, I've plateaued out last 2 weeks...never lose sight of your end goal 💪💪 
15 May 22 by member: Ker1971
I have struggled for two years to lose weight. It only started coming off recently when my head was in the right space and it took time to get my mind in the right attitude. Be kind to yourself and patient. Long term change takes time. 
15 May 22 by member: Kenji_the_cat
If you treat your diet like it's just a job you need to do then you won't want to stick to it. simple fact is your diet and lifestyle is unsustainable and needs to be changed permanently and for some people this is hard to do. it doesn't mean you can never eat anything bad ever again it just means you need to figure out what your main diet needs are and work around that when it comes to junk food, sweets etc. good luck  
15 May 22 by member: eLPedro87
I so can relate to how you feel, self sabotage is my demon, I work hard at eating healthy and going out for a walk, lose a few kgs, rest on my laurels , start eating the wrong stuff , putting off going for a walk, kgs come back with a couple extra to boot,  
15 May 22 by member: clive_2305
I reckon if you slip up, don't say you'll start tomorrow. Accept the slip up and try continue the day on a better note. 
17 May 22 by member: __ianaj.x
Thanks everyone. It really does help being accountable and to people who are on their own weight-loss goals. Not feeling my best this week. Not diet related - because I genuinely have been “mostly” sticking to my plan. Could be hormonal.  
17 May 22 by member: KateRose3000

     
 

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