Well, sorta off. I'm not going to actively work out, but I have packing, cleaning, and laundry to do. Strength training and walking. The dumpster is a couple minutes away from our place, so toting multiple bags of trash will work my arms and shoulders. Laundry involves a bit of bending and reaching on top of lifting the baskets. And oh man do we have some baskets to lift!
As for food, I need to go shopping. I have beans on hand and some GimmieLean sausage and homemade taco tvp/nutmeat left over, but just enough for another day or two. I need to grab some protein and veggies.
Monday has always been my weigh in day, so I'm keeping it. Tomorrow I'll post my loss (I don't think I have one) or gain (I hope I don't have one) and reevaluate how I've eaten and what I can do to change things.
One thing I need to do is get rid of my triggers. I've been craving sugar lately and have eaten sweets. but I didn't go over in points. I know the difference between a good choice and a bad one, but lately I've been working overtime to fit a desired food into my day without going over. I'm not beating myself up, but damn! I have learned to cheat without cheating and it always bites me in the butt. It's annoying and frustrating.
When I eat things that don't agree with me I feel ick. I'm bloated, gassy, and miserable. I'm kinda feeling that way right now and had a decent breakfast (Mexican omelet - 2 eggs, taco nut meat, onion, jalapeno, & salsa with water and a cup of coffee) and somewhat naughty snack (small slice coconut cake with water).
K, done. Time to snap out of it and fix what I'm doing wrong. I know what's wrong and need to stop ignoring it and fix it. I grab certain foods out of habit, not hunger. Until I can get better control when it comes to those foods, I won't bring them home. If the sweet craving hits, a square of dark chocolate or sugar free pudding will be my fix. Or fruit with (coconut) cream or yogurt.
I feel better. And it didn't take a week of moping to do so.