Better, but still I'd like to know why it is so easy to go UP in huge increments while invariably the DOWN increments seem to be infinitesimally small. Or at least smallER. I mean yes, 1.3 is a big drop, but I worked at making that happen and it still wasn't as big as the surprise gain that I did not see coming. A steak day that is properly executed can make it come down 2-3 lb. But those 2-3 lb. drops out of nowhere...where are they?
However, considering how little exercise I did yesterday and that I took in about 800-900 calories by the end of the night (that didn't end until almost midnight) I'm OK with what I got for today.
Still, the first thing I noticed today when getting out of bed is that my body is so sore! From my shoulders to my toes, everything is very sore. I'm not achey like the flu achey (I hope) but sore like I worked muscles that don't normally get worked. Unless I did that in my sleep, that did not happen.
I'll get my walk out of the way as soon as my coffee is gone. Maybe some oxygen to my brain first thing will help me get my proposals out and some decent writing and research accomplished. Yay! University library electronic database here come! I would actually be excited about that if I had access to a user friendly database, but the one I do have access to is a royal pain to use. Oh well. It is what it is, li
I struggled with my weight for over 20 years. I tried everything to lose weight. Yes, I did 'eat less, move more' repeatedly, convinced that doing the same thing over and over would someone yield different results. Desperate, having diligently done all the 'right' things and being told by several doctors that there was nothing wrong with me except that I wasn't trying hard enough, in 2009 I tried what seemed crazy: Dr. Simeons Hcg protocol. I lost 85 lb.