SO I haven’t been following my diet as strictly as before. I still watch what I eat but when I go out to eat I will have a burger and fries….. After finals and now spring break I have been breaking my diet. so far I have lost 15 pounds! The surprising thing is after I have been dieting for 3 months, my appetite has decreased. Before my diet I could eat three platefuls, now I am struggling with one. It is amazing to see how your body can train itself. So in these past couple of weeks I HAVE been loosing weight. When I go back to school I will go back to my dieting ways!!!!
So this past week has been ok. I am still sticking with my diet but I do cheat from time to time. And my exercising has been declining. The past couple of weeks I have been loaded with homework and internship work. I have to plan out a set time for me to workout. So I will set my time at 7 a.m. each morning, I know I have to wake up earlier but it will be worth it. On the bright side the weather is warming up in Wisconsin!
Here is something I found on Pinterest. It will be my motivation during busy weeks
"Set your alarm for 6am. Don’t groan when it goes off and pull the covers over your head, get up and start your day. Put on a baggy top and running shorts. Go downstairs and pour yourself a nice big glass of ice water. Cut up some fruit and mix it in with yogurt. Add some granola. Now go outside. Stretch for 10 minutes. Skip for 5 minutes. Jog for 10 minutes. Run for 10 minutes. Walk back. Lay out a towel on the ground and lie down on it. Do 50 crunches. Yes, they hurt, but they are 100% worth it. When you’re done, get in the shower. Use a nice smelling shampoo and matching conditioner. Shave your legs and wash your body. Exfoliate your face. Get out of the shower and let your hair air dry. Look in the mirror. Do you like what you see? If you do, good for you. Do this every day and you will continue to love yourself. If you don’t like what you see, do this every day and pretty soon you will. Being lazy might feel good at the time, but being active feels better in the long run. How badly do you want it?"