Sunday, January 22, 2012

Falling off the wagon...

and being drug for a couple of miles.

Last weekend P-Man and I went to Blackhawk to celebrate his 31st birthday. I planned on having some drinks and eating whatever I wanted, but I didn't expect the bar and buffet to stay open for the rest of the week and into this weekend.

Instead of getting back on track I went out and bought a new scale 'cause I thought Mr. Health-O-Meter was messing with me. He gave me the exact same weight for 3 days straight. So one day I got frustrated and weighed myself 1 million times in a 10 minute time frame {please tell me other people do this and I'm not crazy}. Mr. Health-O-Meter must have thought it would be funny to mess with me and give me 3 different readings. Now how is this possible?! So I did what any sane person would do, I bought a new fancy Weight Watchers scale {Wanda the Wonderful}. I am hoping that Wanda will be more kind.

As I am writing this, I should probably tell you that I begged my husband to buy me Oreos. Because his middle name is Mr. Wonderful he did. So as I am bitching about my lack of dedication I am eating oreos. Duh winning.

The whole point of this post is to convince myself to get myself back on track. I love the workout program I'm doing {Jamie Eason's Life Fit} and I am seeing great results. I am in the last week of phase 1, which is solely lifting. In phase 2 the eating gets a little stricter and we finally add in some cardio. Eating healthy becomes 10 times more important as we start to burn off the fat. So it's totally up to me to jump back on the wagon, become focused and go after what I want.

Source: via Lori on Pinterest


  1. Lori,
    I did Jamie Eason's program this fall and loved it!! I also saw amazing results. However, when I started phase three I quit, it gets really crazy. Now I am back to lifting just two times a week and running every day I can.
    Sarah M.

    1. Funny you mention phase 3. I just glanced at it to see what I was up against and holly corn balls. Sprints... Yikes!