I did really good this week and stayed within my points and exercised all week long. Last night I was on the treadmill for two straight hours, the first hour I had the incline set at five and was going fairly fast. The second hour I brought it all the way down. I took a shower, and went to sleep at 11 because I needed to wakeup early.
I had a nightmare and woke up at 4:00, then panicked because I thought my alarm didn't go off. Decided to get up at 5 and got on the treadmill for another hour - started off on the incline and then back to regular.
Had to get bloodwork done this morning and it was so cold so I think, maybe I'll lose a little weight with the shock of the bloodloss, facing my fears and having to drudge out in the cold not to mention the lack of sleep.
Get on the scale and it says I'm down .6 lbs! I was hoping for at least a pound! This is the message I got:
If you're feeling a little neutral about your weight-loss result, here's a little fact to make you smile: The rate you`re losing weight at is considered to be very safe and healthy. So you're seeing success! You're doing the right thing.
Remember this anonymous saying this week: "Feel pride in how far you've come and confidence in where you're going."
To make matters worse, they keep running Michael Bublé
commercials over and over. This sucks!