ummm....not so much...

Well, I had my splurge day again this month. I decided to have a cheesey chicken chimichanga and mexican coleslaw and root beer. Afterward we went to cold stone and I get a love it sized sweet cream ice cream with chocolate shaving and cherries. Why am I telling you all this?? Why am I torturing you poor inhabitants of diet land? because, quite frankly the whole thing was meh. IT tasted fine, not orgasmic. After I was done with my 670 calorie sunday and 1400 calorie dinner ( I looked up my splurge because quite frankly i didn't enjoy it that much, I was queesy, not cheesy. It's not that good folks. I enjoy my dinners at home as much and probably more. You know why. I don't feel sick afterwards. Mentally or physically. I just don't get much out of food anymore. Heck, I think I enjoyed my radishes and salt last night more. hmmmm.....could it be that I have broken through my food addiction. I sure hope so. Still measuring though. After I got done with all that garbage, I took a nap. Then I got up and walked two miles. After I sweated a bit and drank about 40 oz's of water I felt better. I don't know that my splurge day works for me anymore. I know jillian michaels recommends a few higher calorie days during the month to keep your body a little off balance. I might employ that little strategy instead. So, you guys keep up the good fight, and feel better....just remember...it's not that good.
Talk to you later,


Amber said...

Sorry it wasn't better for you.

Getting past the main food addiction part is huge!!
Your doing great keep it up!

Patty said...

What a great day! When you enjoy radishes more than ice cream and mexican food, that is a sure sign of being on the fast track to excellent health. Happy for ya!!

seattlerunnergirl said...

I LOVE that you allow yourself one cheat a month. And I'm a big believer in varying your caloric intake from time to time - it keeps your body guessing! Keep up the great work, I really enjoy your blog!

Brenda said...

Keep up the good work, Chris. You are an encouragement to me with the journaling of your progress!