Last year in summer I started losing weight. Not because somebody told me to or anything. I simply didn’t feel good in my body anymore. I felt fat, wobbly, out of breath, and I couldn’t move the way I used to.
I used to be very sporty and slim. But during the past… say 6 years or so, I started gaining.
Less sports, more hobby baking, and such are the reason.
When I started to lose weight, I lost 12 Kilo and I wanted to lost 10 more to get to my normal weight according to BMI.
So basically I went from morbese to overweight and I was super proud of that huge step. Well, I am back to the start now. After the move I let it all slide and went back to old, bad eating habits. So now the starting weight is back and I am shocked.
Starting now I decided to get back on track.
I will start with some calorie counting and eating healthy in combination. I need to program my brain back to “No, I am not hungry every hour.”
Many over weight people eat too much because:
- It tastes so good. Just one more.
- They lost the feeling of being full.
- They mistake thirst for hunger.
- They mistake the feeling of just wanting something for hunger.
So re-programming my brain is the first step I have to take.
Once I am not hungry every hour any more, I will stop counting calories and go back to the high protein – low-carb eating habits. A lot of vegetables, little fruit, and things like bread or noodles go away. I will likely make a more detailed post about it once the time comes. Or maybe I will just link you to my other blog, where I have these things explained in detail.
Today I had aproximately 450 calories already.
Happy challenge update
Day 10: Friday
It was Friday!! Knowing the weekend is close is a reason to be happy.
Day 11: Saturday
Fixed my bike! I love working on my bike so that was great!
Day 12: Sunday
I just relax today. I love quiet, lazy Sundays.