Diet O’Clock – 15th of March. One good week perhaps.

It’s so not ‘fine’.

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I’m not going to write a lot.  Just a little.  Just a morsel.

I fear that if I don’t turn things around this week and get some sort of contol of my eating habits then I could undo all the good I have done in the last 8 months.  10 days from now I am going to take to the scales and am determined that there will be an improvement.

I’ve realised just what a difference being busy at work is making and the impact it is having on me and my discipline and it can’t go on.

See you a week on Sunday.


Did I sound really determined there?  Serious?

I am.  Okay so I fear going downstairs right now as there is some quite lovely leftover pie in the fridge which will surely turn sour if I don’t have it for breakfast and that will be a damning indictment of this wasteful capitalist society and I don’t want to feel like I am mocking the starving people across the planet by throwing it away.

I may be fat but I’m not a fucking monster …

 

Author: Michael

Husband, dad,programmer, comic collector and proud Yorkshireman. I have no idea why im here or why im writing but i rather enjoy it. no great fan of punctuation;

9 thoughts on “Diet O’Clock – 15th of March. One good week perhaps.”

  1. I got a similar line from my parents if I didn’t eat my vegetables when I was a kid, i.e. “starving children over in __________________ would give their eyeteeth for those peas and carrots.” It put the fear of God in me and I took my Little Miss Muffet spoon and shoveled them all in. By all means don’t waste good food – finish off that pie! 🙂

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  2. maybe there is an unconscious part that after about 6 months or so has a temper tantrum and says “well this eating healthy thing has gone on long enough. we want ice cream, pie and carbs and sugar and bacon.” I lost two months of a plateau (read ate ice cream and carbs) and am finally starting to lose again (read finished the carton of ice cream in the freezer so am being a good girl now.). Just ignore the pie. Tell it you’ll eat it’s sibling in a year from now.

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