I know, it's better than nothing. Right? Then why doesn't it feel this way? Why does it feel so frustrating? I know the physical part was definitely in tact, so where did I go wrong? How can I improve?
I guess it's time to evaluate my Sparkpeople information. It's time to go over my workouts and go over my foods. How can I fix this?
Okay, I just looked at my calorie tracker for the week and I realize I was only tracking calories for 4 days. So I guess it's not horrible. It is still a loss. I just wanted more. I feel disappointed, but proud at the same time. does that make sense?
I just have to keep this in mind. I'm certainly using the support I can get. I am also tired and grumpy today. Been waking up at between 2 a.m. and 2:45 a.m. and going to bed relatively early. Last night was Independence day and we watched fireworks from our porch. We had the most perfect unobstructed view :) and my fiance invited a couple of his buddies over. I made them a pretty healthy dinner 450-500 calories for the entire dinner.
I was pretty happy about that
My fiance grilled some chicken breast, I made some stir fried potatoes (then oven baked them for a little extra crisp), I made a version of "potato salad" with cauliflower instead :) along with fresh pico de gallo. Those three guys were so loud and chatting the whole night, except when they were eating, the only thing they kept saying was how good it is! I am both disappointed and proud of my achievements these last four days. I don't officially weigh in until tomorrow, so maybe by then it will be 2 pounds!