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A devilish equation|
Stress + inattention to intake - exercise = Pete is a bloated sack of protoplasm.
I think I'm about at my heaviest ever, 208 pounds.
Weight Watchers, here I come again...anticipate the return of the Weight Tracking Charts of Goodness to my journal Real Soon.
Oh, yeah...did I mention tired, cranky, and late to work?
Current Mood: distressed
|Date:||April 5th, 2007 02:33 pm (UTC)|| |
If you need support, I do WW too. I'm happy to be a buddy....
Sounds exactly like my situation, except I need to get back on Scarsdale.
Maybe it's something in the water. I hope you've at least done your taxes? That's a stressor that's breaking my back.
|Date:||April 5th, 2007 07:21 pm (UTC)|| |
got through the taxes...
getting $$$ back...
|Date:||April 6th, 2007 03:04 am (UTC)|| |
I always hate it when people complain about being lighter than my *target* weight....
Then again, as I recall, you're a bit shorter than me, so that impacts the matter. Well, from one unhappy scale watcher to another, good luck losing the weight! I've just officially started this week with 3 simply tasks:
execise every morning (crunches and pushups for now)
eat a decent breakfast every morning
treat all vending machines as though they were deadly (because they most likely are)
When I was downUnder, I noticed that Australians are typically skinnier than Americans. Also noticed that few of their foods were sweetened with corn syrup. Remembering that they found a statistical correlation a few years back (yes, I know correlation is not causality) between the introduction of corn sweeteners into American foods and the rise of obesity in America, I decided to avoid corn syrup.
Whether or not it's helped me lose weight (that's probably more the walking and the crunches) it's a great excuse to avoid things I prolly shouldn't be eating anyway...
|Date:||November 12th, 2008 07:39 pm (UTC)|| |
Holy smokes...has it really been since '07?
I went to call you and wish you a happy birthday. You're not at Morris. The cell phone doesn't work. Your home phone [or what was your home phone] doesn't answer.
Are you there? Happy Birthday!