I had a few hiccups this month. I went on vacation, and I could have attempted to stick to a diet but I didn't choose to. That is what is important to remember, we all make our own choices.
I think that many people are not successful in their endeavors because they choose to blame external forces instead of turning and looking internally.
True, sometimes one person may be dealt a worse hand than others, and this hand may go on for quite some time, but it can be dealt with, it's all how you look at the cards.
I enjoyed my vacation, I ate, I drank, I slept, it was nice. I gained some body fat, I can see it and feel it. Oh David will tell you it is all in my head, but it's not.
I will lose it too, I am a focused person. Don't get in my way or you will get run over.
I am retuning home early, but cannot yet get right back into the gym, but that's OK, the gym will always be there, and I can make it work.
I can adhere to my diet at my father-in laws (easier than in Mexico) and can always go to a local gym for a few days, weights are weights, I can lift them all!
Actually just getting back to chugging down copious amounts of water feels good! Tonight we all went out to dinner, I think the waiter thought I was a nut. While David ordered steak and fries (no vegetable), Cooper ordered chicken fried steak, country toast and baked potato, Pop had liver and onions, I ask for the following:
salmon, charbroiled, no oil, no butter
baked potato, plain
lemon on the side
salad, only vinegar
It was good, it was healthy, it was on my diet. We had a good time joking how Mum would have had a french fry sandwich, with butter. (Don't know if it's part of growing up in Wales, or just a Mum thing!)
I may take detours, but I always find my way back to the main road and eventually, back home.