Not getting overly excited here, as i've never had that 'energy rush' that many others get after p1, and i've done p1 many times!! however, i am doing it differently this time, with more knowledge as ammunition!
I've been more inclined to do things like cleaning and ironing (anyone who knows me knows that this is very unusual!) and although feel tired, i think that's just a p1 symptom too.
B bacon and tomatos
L pork with roast parnsips, peas and
Reality of my operation is coming home to me. Picked up crutches and a walking frame. My house is begining to look like a nursing home with mobility aid everywhere. Ive been practicing on crutches (useless) and frame (not too bad but my wrists will take a bashing). Food P2 until dinner time when I just couldn't be bothered and went to the Golden Starches and I'm paying the price with a ferocious stomach ache. To add insult to injury I've got cystitis - I just think I'm stressing too much.
Ok, so after a completely clean day 1, i am suffering the headaches this morning! I look washed out (it's already been commented on at my business meeting this morning!!) and i just want to sleep!
However i've urgently got to get my VAT paperwork to my bookkeeper, so as long as my bike has air in its tyres, i'm going to cycle there. I'm without a car for the day, so i have no excuse! It's about a 45 minute round trip, and might stop off at the gym on route and do a bit of resistance
I am hoping that by keeping a blog I will be able to keep on track and lose the 5 stone that I so desperately need to (even seeing "5 stone" written in front of me is shocking as I can't believe I have put on so much weight). Tonight I have had a dinner of white bread, chocolate and Diet Coke, the norm for my food intake, but tomorrow I will begin THD, just hope I can get through the first awful 5 days and beat my cravings - wish me luck 🙂.
I've spent a long time and a lot of posts complaining about my struggles. I've regained, lost control, and have fallen into my biggest binge and crap-eating cycle i think i've ever had. There's been some pretty inspiring posts here lately - not least from Caz, and i really feel her pain for her. I thought i'd write a blog post rather than a forum post, as i'm not necessarily looking for answers and responses (although it's always nice to have some support!! ) but wanted to write some stuff down,