This weekend I made some good choices and I made some not so good choices. What I was happy with was that there was no mindless eating - even when I was by myself for the whole of Saturday.
I did get my cycle in on Saturday morning before I did anything else. I am loving using DailyMile to record my exercise - I love being able to see it all listed there for me.
I loved having time to myself on Saturday to just mosey around as and when I wanted. I didn't buy anything to eat that I shouldn't have. I was tempted at the shopping centres but I managed to be strong. I did have Nando's for dinner but I only had a couple of chips and threw the rest away.
A arrived home at about 10.45 on Saturday night - tired as anything in a ute that was just disgustingly dirty from the dirt roads that he had been travelling on during the time he was away. It is so good to have him home again.
My eating yesterday was a little tardy - we were going to have breakfast at Harbourtown but by the time we were organised and ready to go - washing machine issues held us up - we decided to have brunch instead. I had a chicken, cheese and avo toasted sandwich which looked exactly like the picture - I was amazed !!!! After doing what we needed to we went home to repack the ute and I had some of the Australian Cake that A had bought after Christmas which I had cut up and frozen. I also had a bite of A's chocolate which was better than the alternative which was to have my whole own chocolate !!!!
We watched some tennis and some cricket and had wedges with sour cream and sweet chilli sauce for dinner and I had one slice of home made sweet chilli and basil pizza that had waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much cheese on. This meal was my not so good choice BUT I made a conscious decision to have it and, as the poster says, choices have consequences and I will deal with those, if they arise, during this week !!!
I am very excited to be part of the Fat Sisters team for the 1 million kilo challenge - here's to lots of success Thelma and Louise !!!!
The TFTD today is just so relevant to me - and all of us I think - how many times do we concentrate on what we still need to do instead of looking at what we have already accomplished ???
Have a fantastic week !
TFTD : One never notices what has been done, one can only see what remains to be done - Marie Curie