Seriously, I ain’t got two things that match. (Oh, I know proper English, don’t get all panicky. You know me, you know I blend healthy doses of proper English grammar with equal parts street lingo and random quotes from movies/music.) This may be the slowest I’ve ever shed pounds in my entire life. That said I am still sloooowwwly losing weight, so I give credit to me there. Now, I’m no weight loss analyst, but in my extremely unexpert opinion, the reason why I’m not 40lbs. lighter already is because I can’t put it all together. When I eat right, I don’t exercise. When I exercise, I’m hungrier, and I eat more and wrong. There’s physical evidence of my lack of coordination…my workout outfits are soooo not fashionable. Just put together all wrong. I throw on whatever before I change my mind. Even when I look good? Cute outfit, granny panties…that’s another blog, I think.
I did add a personal trainer to my regiment, and I must say that has really helped. It keeps me focused each week on what I’m trying to accomplish. Also, I like to feel my work out day 2, 3, and 4. My personal trainer is definitely obliging me on this. I’m sitting here writing this on an extremely sore arse. Also, my personal trainer recommends I stick to turkey, chicken, Canadian bacon, veggies. I will try. I WILL TRY. Cooking is my nemesis. Here’s the problem…I cook, and I cook yummy stuff, but I’m a perfectionist. I need lots of time to get it right, or I am extremely displeased with the meal. I’m busy, I don’t have this kind of time. So every meal is an exercise in frustration. So, owning to the fact that I am a busy perfectionist, I’m going to try a studio kitchen idea. They prep and deliver your entrees. You heat them and throw in a veggie. I CAN DO THIS!!! That starts next week. Now you may be saying, “ya’ I can’t afford that.” 1. It’s not that expensive. 2. It’s a hell-of-a-lot cheaper than eating out. 3. I can’t afford not to.
Next week I’m adding a little flavor to my workout regiment…more on that next week. Brown chicken, brown cow.