Carb Counters - Atkins Confessions (Pig Out Thread)




Leenie
02-15-2004, 03:22 PM
A place where we can come and confess, get it out of our system and move on. This is not a place to dwell on the past, but to get up, brush ourselfs off and start over :D


I'll go first..

Saturday, Feb 14th.... OY
Toasted Bagel w/butter, PnutButter Sandwich, Dark Chocolate Hershey Kisses and LOTS of them, Chicken Lo Mein, Bites of lemon bar and pineapple upside down cake.

Oh the shame !! :devil:


Spedmom
02-15-2004, 04:26 PM
I'm all for catharsis, as embarrassing as this may be.....

Last Saturday (or was it Sunday?), by the end of the day I had eaten:

- An entire box of Chex-Mix
- 4 Slices of cold sausage/pepperoni pizza
- 1 bowl (as in MIXING BOWL) full of raisin bran w/ 2% milk & sugar
- Other assorted munchies I can't even remember

It took one week for me to get my weight back to what it had been the night before and just as long to stop banging my head against the wall crying about it.

Whew!!! This does feel good!

StarPrincess
02-15-2004, 04:42 PM
Popcorn on both Friday and Saturday nights! Oy-vey!


jdoggmartin
02-15-2004, 06:05 PM
Chinese food on Friday night, (Moo goo gai pan) and I snuck a crab rangoon. Bad girl!!

Kim in NJ
02-15-2004, 08:37 PM
At this point (8:30PM) I am still enjoying my pig out fest...:lol: I have been between 217.8 and 218.7 for 2 months now. I have been SO GOOD for the past 2 weeks trying to break that 217.8 mark. Today (after being such an angel on VDay and not eating anything off program) I weighed in at 218.4 - UGH!!!! SO frustrating! Soooo this afternoon I ate a whole heart filled with choc. candy. That would be 100 carbs for anyone counting. And I may finish off the 2 mini recess cups sitting on the counter by the end of the night. I truly don't care tonight. I'm really not discouraged.....or disgusted with myself....just tired of being the same weight no matter what I do. I need to read that chapter on stalls again - BUT FIRST I need to get my butt in gear and EXERCISE!!!!!

On a good note - I was a size 26 last Valentine's Day.... Today I squeezed (and I MEAN SQUEEZED) myself into a size 18 for church! Yipee!!! With a skirt I can get away with the 18 - because this low hanging belly is free in a skirt - but in slacks I am still in the 22's! Better than a 26 though!!! :D

lady_adnerb
02-15-2004, 09:13 PM
I'll confess now in case I eat the whole pan of low-carb brownies I'm making. I have a funky feeling I'll continue onto the pistacchios sitting on the fridge. I definitely need to start working out more. Maybe that'll drop the scale. Um,,,,,and maybe NOT eating stuff that's not on the induction list would help? lol

Theo'sgirl
02-15-2004, 11:50 PM
OKay OKay!!! We all know what I did to myself last Thursday but I will repeat it since we are confessing......

9:30 pm- Mike's Drive In- Thursday nite
Bacon swiss mushroom burger
fries with lotsa ketchup
and a medium chocolate/ peanut butter milkshake

Ouch my tummy is hurting just remembering it.

jjcj
02-16-2004, 07:45 AM
I had a big pc of cake on Sat. I think it will be ok though because mostly it was just some sort of whipped creme icing and it wasn't sweet at all. There there were strawberries in thin layers of angel cake. I have checked and still in Ketosis. Did the mega water thing past 2 days. Not only did I eat it I ate it to FAST. ICK

lady_adnerb
02-16-2004, 09:04 AM
I didn't eat the whole pan--just 3 (tasted like cake & was good!)
I DID eat some pistacchios--about a cups worth. At this rate not sure I'll manage to follow through on what I said I'd do for lent!! :( Might have to re-think that one.

cathyxxx
02-16-2004, 10:18 AM
Hey gang! :wave:

Leenie - I was just reading this thread and wondered if this "pig out" session on Saturday is what made you start induction yesterday? ? ?

Remember last week I ate so much stuff on Sunday, bec I was just thinking about starting Atkins, that I decided I had to start induction on Monday morning, before I ate my way thru Louisiana!

or had you made up your mind you were gonna start induction on Sunday, and it kind of thru you into a food fest? I'm just wondering.

great big hugs,
cathy

jane8760
02-16-2004, 11:10 AM
:rofl: I have the day off today but just popped in to see what was going on and just read this thread. What a great idea.....place to dump the stuff and move on. This one is a keeper.

I was just thinking this morning that I could never tell you what I have been eating for the last few days.....now I can.

Friday: Meatball pizza (and there are still two pieces left in the fridge!)
Saturday: Chicken Parm (no pasta thank God)
Sunday: Shrimp Dumplings for an afternoon app and then the worst nachos I have ever had in my life for dinner. Didn't even come close to finishing them but still.

Ok, PHEW....that felt good.

Today may be tough too...hubby and I are going furniture shopping today. I just had my pepperoni quiche for breakfast and we are having chicken for dinner,.......but LUNCH...who knows.

Talk to you guys more tomorrow.

cathyxxx
02-16-2004, 11:44 AM
Jane - I would love to have your recipe for pepperoni quiche if it's low carb and not too much trouble.

thanks,
cathy

Shimma
02-16-2004, 12:10 PM
After being soooo good for soooo long...

Friday night the bf and I went out to eat at Cheddars totally expecting to stay on plan... then we saw the monster cookie they have there and both just died... we LOVE those. soooo

Friday: BBQ ribs, 2 honey butter croisants, and french fries.
Saturday: sesame jack chicken strips at Friday's and 5 french fries.

However, I managed to resist chocolate marshmellow ice cream yesterday so I'm feeling better about myself. My darned friend even put 2 spoons in my bf's bowl so that I could have some.. UGH!

StarPrincess
02-16-2004, 12:11 PM
Ugh - popcorn again last night. I think I need to just ban the stuff from the house!

Khem
02-16-2004, 12:47 PM
Lately--baking entire batches of low carb falx muffins, breads, and cookies--eating them all in two days. No real illegal food--but pushing 40-50 carbs the last week in legal food binges. Bleh--the scale doesn't lie-- I'm up 4 pounds.

Leenie
02-16-2004, 01:16 PM
Cathy, yes, I figured the path I was on was going to destroy me and well I can do alot of damage in one week (Ash Wednesday) so I figured I better get a grip and start induction again. I don't want to feel as fat as I do now this summer.

Glad you all like this thread, Alterna chicks has some wonderful idea's (yes thats where I got this from lol )

jdoggmartin
02-16-2004, 02:25 PM
OK. I posted some of the badness from this weekend, so I figured I'd go ahead and post the rest of the ugly details.

Saturday:
A whole batch of cream cheese pancakes. Yes, a WHOLE batch. Terrible, terrible, terrible!!!

Sunday:
Movie popcorn. Not sure how much. Enough to get a nice coating of grease on the inside of my mouth! I would have eaten more except that my DH, who usually sabatoges my weight-loss efforts, told me to put the popcorn down. Thank goodness for him! It could have been even worse! Of course, I wouldn't have had the problem if he wouldn't have bought the stuff in the first place! :lol:

VanIsle
02-16-2004, 02:43 PM
Well I havent cheated once in over 4 weeks and then I came home just now after working a overnight shift and found DH had left some Ginger Beef in the fridge. :devil:
I couldnt reist and ate about 1.5 cups of it.It was so good though!!!My favorite food ever but........ I did put it back the rest into the fridge unfinished and I will make a vow here and now not to eat anymore of it.

tjw
02-16-2004, 09:00 PM
Oh boy, what a thread, lol...well, in addition to my everyday cheating of having too much french vanilla coffeemate with a little bit of coffee ;) I have broke down of late and cheat/treated myself...
Honey Nut Cheerios---have gone through 2 boxes in the past month, but gosh they were good...just been wanting cereal!
Oatmeal---been wanting that too, maybe eat 2 packs a week every couple of weeks...
At least these aren't TOO TERRIBLY bad...
BUT tonight I was very naughty....
4 slices of pizza ('meat lovers' type, thin crust) and I shamelessly enjoyed every single bite...lol...

Froufy
02-16-2004, 10:45 PM
Here I am to join in on the fun.....and boy was I bad.

Had to go to Montreal on Friday for my aunt's funeral - not fun....but being from Montreal I know all the good places to eat...made sure to hit town around noon so I could go to the BEST RIB PLACE IN THE WORLD...Bar-b-barn....(Lekker - it was awesome!)....had the ribs (which would not have been that bad altho the sauce is pretty sweet)....but also enjoyed the fries(have not had an order of fries in months!)...and a little bit of the rice/tomato side dish (okay I did not eat the big honking roll)......

After the funeral was invited to dinner at my (rich) cousin's place.....very fancy with a live in maid (who was chopping all the veggies and preparing the meal)......we had challah/egg bread (I had a piece) and I was served coffee with some vanilla coffee mate in it??? We were offered pineapple and strawberries as a snack - I had some strawberries.

Then dinner: salad, some eggplant stuff...chicken (in a sweet sauce)...a piece of potato and spoon of rice......then some CAKE for dessert...and mint tea with SUGAR ALREADY IN IT...YIKES!....what a surprise that was.

Had a great time tho reminiscing with my family and cousins....oh yeah..add a couple of glasses of red wine to that as well....

Sat nite - Valentine's pigout: went to a movie first (cuz we could not get a dinner reservation until 9:30 pm).....we were hungry so of course we had some of the EVIL POPCORN......then a fabulous dinner at a french bistro.

First a Kir Royale (champagne with creme de cassis) to start...and some red wine w/dinner.

Then: Lobster and prawn bisque with XO Cognac and cream mixed in.

Then: FABULOUS salmon and halibut tartar with some dollops of caviar (and the fish was in the shape of a heart - very cute)...with some greens/salad on the side drizzled w/chive oil.

Then: Grilled rib eye steak with shrimp flambeed and veggies (I had the sense to say no potatoes however at this point I am feeling NO PAIN!) :lol: :lol:

Then: well dessert was included...and I was somewhat inebriated....had the chocolate espresso torte and decaf w/cream..the torte was amazing...like a nice soft solid piece of chocolate....very rich and nice melting in my mouth!

Very bloated and full after this dinner.

Sunday was a write off. (I won't go into the gory details but let's just say I had a run in with some chips and onion dip!)

Today - trying to get back on track!.....I am up like 4 lbs since last week - and we all know why!!!! :D

Bad Froufy....bad, bad Froufy

StorybookMama
02-16-2004, 11:40 PM
I am eating a moon pie.... as we speak.... =(

StarPrincess
02-17-2004, 12:58 AM
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...........

Is this thread such a good idea? I'm not sure if we're confessing or triggering each other for more binges.

:dizzy:

Leenie
02-17-2004, 10:36 AM
Star I think your right :dizzy: I may have created a monster.

My intentions were to get the folks that feel guilty about cheating and not posting because they did to come back and see that they are not alone and they shouldn't feel ashamed of one slip up (or two).

jdoggmartin
02-17-2004, 11:32 AM
Leenie: I think it's a good thread. It helps for people to see that no one is perfect. When you're struggling, this helps to see that you're not alone. Maybe we could just be less descriptive about the food we're eating! :D

Shimma
02-17-2004, 11:37 AM
I agree with JDogg, I thought I was the only one who ever got weak.... and then I thought... I must be doing something wrong if I have these cravings.... because no one else seems to have them.... I feel better now that I've seen all of this and I'm more likely to get back on the wagon when I fall off rather than give up!

Catbird
02-17-2004, 11:47 AM
I think I GAVE myself a 3 day EATING pass over the weekend! :s: :s:

It started out at lunch Friday; I was good had a salad with marinaded seafood and it was GOOD..and I was so proud of myself. Then starting with DINNER...it was all down hill - had steak, salad, escargot in garlic and then came the BREAD with garlic and then came the triple decker chocolate with crunchy caramel topping :lol: ...to die for - I ATE THE ENTIRE HUGE PIECE. I had not eaten bread in MONTHS AND MONTHS!!!!!! :p


Ok...so thats it for Friday. Starting with breakfast on the way to our weekend away...now keep in mind that Saturday was.... after all Valentine's DAY. . . . . ...I ate a low carb from McD's......hummmm . . so it seems I'm off to a good start - WRONG..lunch a hamburger WITH THE BUN :D :D ...and what did I do....??? ate the entire BUN . . I was SO BAD....plus it came with potato salad that was not so good . . so at least I didnt eat the entire helping which was only a small scoop ...LOL - at this point what does it matter???

Let me see, we're at dinner ----wine, and more wine...but afterall it WAS V-Day! . . --ok...off to a good start AGAIN.....crab soup, mushroom and asparagus salad, lamb chops, scalloped sweet potatos -these were so good . . with cheese, etc. . . yummmmmm, OH AND THERE WAS some of those sauteed veggies AND NOW.....DESSERT . . . Well....let me seee. . . . the CHOCOLATE TRUFFLE PIE WON! ALL OF IT! :mad: :mad: Oppps....forgot about the mounds bar that I got when we stopped for gas!

Sunday, the brakes went on and I started gearing down . . but not until after the homemade breakfast quische plus a HUGE BUTTERY Croissant!!! WHY OH WHY DO WE DO THIS TO OURSELVES???? I guess we are ALL ONLY HUMAN!

Yesterday and SO FAR today, I've managed to be

CHEAT FREE!! YAY!!! ;)

I do exercise at a gym and did go yesterday..plan on going for the rest of the week EVERYDAY. Didn't go today b/c I had lots of CATCH up work to do!

Leenie
02-17-2004, 12:59 PM
I agree... Some people including me were ready to give up thinking GOSH AM I THE ONLY ONE? but seeing how everyone isn't so perfect and can still lose weight given persistance not perfection has given me hope.

Shall I rename the thread........ Persistance not Perfection ? lol ;)

Thanks girls :D

Spedmom
02-17-2004, 01:34 PM
I'm loving this thread because of all the reasons already stated. Retitle it, fine. But please let's keep this. It shows us that we have chosen a way of eating and that sometimes we do have bad days (****, even a string of bad days), but that we are all capable of getting back on track. It is not those slip-ups that define us, but our ability to keep our long-range goals in mind and keep working toward them. This just provides a much-needed reality check and lets me see how ridiculous it was for me to feel ashamed to post for days because of a moment of carb-induced insanity.

Catbird
02-17-2004, 02:12 PM
I was so happy to post on it earlier today! I think we all need to "confess" about our "Falling off the Wagon" once in a while rather than to keep it to ourselves!!!! :ziplip: !!!!

It certainly made me feel Soooooo much better telling others WHAT I REALLY ATE.... Let's keep this thread up. :D

It is so easy to tell someone else how you cheated and how bad you feel about yourself, especially when you see others do the same! Most of us are going to "slip" once in a while!(Though I do realize some of you DON'T)! Not slipping, deserves an entire separate thread with AWARDS!
Unfortunately I am not one that can stick to it ALL the time. :?:

This thread is a great IDEA!!! ;) :D

lady_adnerb
02-17-2004, 02:45 PM
I agree. I thought I was the only one having a hard time. I'm glad it's "normal". So the question in my mind is....how do we NOT cheat??

StarPrincess
02-17-2004, 02:49 PM
LOL - ok! I must be the only one who gets triggered by reading this stuff. :lol:

Getting violently ill because of sugar consumption is a great way to stay on track. ;) I think in a weird way that makes it easier for me. I don't like feeling that bad. But it took months of no cheating to get that way.

I just keep remembering that quote about how "nothing tastes as good as being thin feels". True, true!!!

Knomia
02-17-2004, 03:00 PM
I got a few triggers from reading this stuff also but think it's mostly because I was sooooooo bad Valentine's weekend...not even enough space here to start.

I really don't feel bad about it though which is good or I would still be doing my consoling eating...followed by my angry eating....followed by my depressed eating :)

Leenie
02-17-2004, 08:37 PM
Star, I wish I felt gross when I cheat, nothing seems to bother me and when I OD, I really OD. Saturday night I ate all but 4 pieces of an entire bag of hershey's dark chocolate kisses, not to mention all the other foods... was I sick NOPE! The only thing I felt was a little bloated (ya know carb farts) and guilty, well fear too, fear I would gain my weight back if I didn't put the breaks on.

Errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr ! Breaks are on :) Phewwww !!

StarPrincess
02-17-2004, 08:50 PM
Ok, here's my confession:

I really REALLY want to know if starches have the same effect on me as sugars now. Part of me is dying to go to Olive Garden and load up on pasta and breadsticks just to see what will happen. Argh!

So far, though, I've been good :D

Leenie
02-17-2004, 08:56 PM
I don't know what to tell you Star. You've been doing so well, why the sudden change ? You know some times when we have that one slip up, it sets us back so far and we wind up kicking ourselves because we can't get back into the grove of things. Christmas really screwed me over. I've had a hard time since then.

Look again at your avitar picture and tell me you don't like seeing your jaw line ??? if you don't like seeing it then go to the olive garden. If you smile when you look at yourself then ask yourself, is it really worth it ?

BTW, its normal to want to let go every now and then. I want to eat mexican food 24/7 LOLOL.

Its up to you.

lady_adnerb
02-17-2004, 10:01 PM
I know this is a WOL and a new WOE....but we aren't EVER going to be allowed to eat stuff we want? Even ONCE in a while?? I know the answer is going to be no...but why not? lol

Sonnet
02-18-2004, 01:13 AM
I wanted one special thing for Valentine's Day. I gave up all thoughts of chocolate, BUT I made home made nachos with cheddar cheese, corn tortilla chips, olives for our dinner-then HAD to finish off the stuff the next day.

jane8760
02-18-2004, 08:10 AM
Brenda: I was just having that discussion with my dh last weekend. I know that this has to be a wol for me but I know that once I lose the weight I will start adding more and more carbs. I WANT A PIZZA ONCE IN A WHILE FOR CRYIN OUT LOUD. However, it will no longer be able to be an every week thing...just a once in a while thing. I don't think that is such a bad thing. As long as I keep control and don't let things get bad again.

As for potato and rice and pasta???? We will have to see. I can't believe but for some reason I seem to have lost my taste for potato's. It's really weird. Rice I could care less about....coucous I would love......pasta, well I mostly miss the convenience of it.

So pizza will be my nemisis.

I too think this thread is a great place to dump our stuff and move on. However I do think it is funny how we all seemed to have come out all of a sudden. Let's keep this as a place to confess not a place to get ideas ;)

Leenie
02-18-2004, 08:27 AM
I think we can treat ourselves, no doubt but we have to be able to recognize our weeknesses and strengths when we do. There's no way in heck I could give up on carbs for the rest of my life, but I feel I can control it better now. And you know what, I don't wanna give up on carbs, whats life w/out chocolate ??? lol.

The key words I picked up on in Stars post was "Load Up" - danger will robinson!

I am the type of person that is all or nothing. Which is very dangerous, I just can't have one bread stick and be happy, I have to eat a whole basket full.

When I first started Atkins in July and I would plan cheat days I would do wonderful, go back on plan the next day and the weight would come off that week.

When Christmas came and I stopped "planning" and started eating everything in site "loading up" I crashed and ever since then I've been struggling.

The only advice I could give folks is Plan It ! but Plan to go back on atkins the next day.

Theo'sgirl
02-18-2004, 10:40 AM
I think everything in meoderation, the key is if you cheat, make it only for 1 meal or snack and get right back OT, then you can have those things you crave every couple months or something like that.

I am right with Star, my body now has violent reaction to eatng carbs / sugar, it is like it was allergic all the time and now that I don't eat them it knows it doesn't like them. Sometimes I still cheat even knowing that will happen but it is fewer and farther between, the effects of being "carb sick" for me last for days afterward feeling groggy and nauseated (sp). So if I can avoid that I will try, BUT I am also human so sometimes I mess up...you just have to right after the incident dust yourself off and get OT right away. :)

StarPrincess
02-18-2004, 11:08 AM
Awwwwwwwwwww, you guys know me. I won't actually do it! I honestly don't think I'd like it if I did. My tastes seem to have changed.

Jane - never fear! I don't know about where you live, but here there are two pizza chains that have already picked up on the lower carb thing. There's Papa Murphy's take 'n' bake that now offers a 'Thin DeLite' pizza crust (it's just half as thick so half the carbs). 1 piece is about 14 grams of carbs. Then there's Godfather's pizza. They have banners outside their restaraunts touting new low-carb pizzas, but I couldn't find anything on their website about it.

zuzeq2
02-19-2004, 09:04 PM
Iv'e been on a major pig out for the last six months. :mad:

Time to get back on track. Iv'e gained back most of the weight I lost two years ago :(

Tommorow is day 1.

Designinsperations
02-19-2004, 09:47 PM
I LOVE this thread !!!!!

Only on day 2, lol, so I haven't cheated yet, BUT I love the idea of PLANNING a day !!!
Gives you something to look forward too !!!

I'm having such a hard time finding things I CAN eat...those 20 carbs on Induction add up so fast, and I'm starving and nauseas all at the same time :)

uuuuuuuuuum, I was drooling reading this post,...lol

Kim in NJ
02-19-2004, 11:46 PM
I'm with Star - I don't like this thread and I won't be reading it anymore because I feel like if everyone else is slipping it's OK for me too....

I think we need another type of thread....please title it "Slap me upside my head Star"...:lol: :lol: :lol: because I know if Star lived next door I would be down at least 10 more than I am now.... Can't read this thread anymore ladies...but do enjoy!
:D

lady_adnerb
02-20-2004, 08:47 AM
I don't think it's such a bad idea. I think this is like a "true confessions" thread and allows for getting the cheats out in the open so that instead of feeling guilty and not posting anymore, it's brought out and the person feels like they can start over w/out feeling guilty. Oh heck I'm not making sense. lol

jdoggmartin
02-20-2004, 09:38 AM
No, Brenda. You are making sense. I feel the same way that you do. I am much more tempted walking into a grocery store or a restaurant. I don't have any of these things in my house to cheat with, so it's not a problem for me. And, it sure makes me feel like everyone is human. And, I don't feel like I'm the only one that has failed. Also, if someone posts on here that is having great success, it helps me see that I can succeed too, even if I have a little slip-up. It is really motivating, and it came at a time that I really needed this thread. So, thanks for starting it, Leenie!

StarPrincess
02-20-2004, 11:14 AM
'Slap me upside the head, Star' ??? :rofl: That's too funny

Lekker
02-20-2004, 06:06 PM
Forgive me 3FC, for I have sinned. This is my first confession.

Although not my first transgression.

Well, I mentioned on the daily chat thread about my meeting yesterday where I was planning the rest of my thesis work out ... so after the meeting I was feeling a bit of stress about the impending stress (if that makes sense). So at the grocery store I bought Cheerios and milk (in addition to my normal grocery low carb fare). Resistence went completely down the drain. And I ate some. And now I have this box of Cheerios in the cupboard and a bunch of milk sitting in the fridge begging to be consumed.

In the days of high-carbing, Cheerios (plain ones) were my absolute favourite cereal. Favourite food probably. I had a weird obsession with Cheerios. When I was living in Holland I couldn't find plain Cheerios, so I made my Mom bring some over when she visited! A tad obsessed, eh? :)

Well, anyway, in light of this recent sinning, at least I can confirm the fact that I am an emotional-eater and work from there to change things!

lady_adnerb
02-21-2004, 01:24 PM
I found these and thought they would fit here. The first one you have to click to make bigger otherwise it doesn't show the action of it.

VanIsle
02-24-2004, 02:38 PM
Ok its time for me to confess,It will be week 7 on Thursday and this week I have been
letting myself get away with eating things I shouldnt.
Last night I had a hot chocolate and the day before, a French Vanilla coffee at Timmies.
I havent really had a big splurge but dont want to back slide now.
Oh and I had a chocolate kiss on the 14 th I stole off my daughter.
I weigh in on Mondays and was down 3 lbs. Thats the most Ive lost at once ...usually a pound a week so now I'm in my 140's which I havent seen for a long time.
So I need to get back on the train.

Leenie
02-24-2004, 02:52 PM
Oy to many cashews today..........TO MANY!
:ink: :ink: :ink: :ink: :ink: :ink: :ink:

LoriAS
02-25-2004, 02:10 PM
I like this thread for the fact that I know I'm not alone. But I see the point of the other ladies about it potentially destroying our resolve to not cheat. So, I propose this.... We can put down our cheat free days here as well.

I had a horrible weekend not to get specific, but cookies, chips and dips. Just now got back down to weight. Went back on induction Monday morning and have been cheat free now for 2.5 days!!!!!! :D :D

Designinsperations
02-25-2004, 10:17 PM
lady adnerb .....that clip art was tooooooooo cute !!! :)

lixue
02-26-2004, 11:41 AM
fell off the wagon a like half a month ago :( I'm going to try my best to get back on. It's just so hard for me because I can't cook anything myself (no stoves here) so I have to rely solely on the campus to provide meals since I live on campus. And their choices are pretty carb loaded, or really grease laden. we'll see how it goes this time :sigh:

coffeeaddict
02-26-2004, 06:20 PM
ok I pigged out this morning I was so hungry after my work out that I ate two bowls of cereal, some sunny delight juice and one of those sausage pancakes things on a stick. I don't even want to know how many carbs are in that. OK now that is out of my system I am back I have been fine ever since even planned a low carb dinner. whoa I think I am just getting frustrated my neighbor lost 20lbs doing the same diet and in the same amount of time and I am working harder than she is an d only lost 8 I know that is still good for 2 weeks but I don't see the difference. I have to get over this need for instant gratification. Ok I am good now.

Theo'sgirl
02-26-2004, 10:37 PM
OKay Okay I cheated!!! I have been doing so good!!! BUT today TOM came 5 days early and has made me into a hormonal MESS!!! I will confess so I can wash myself of this and MOVE ON!!

Here goes:
2 donuts
5 pringles
1 cup of milk
1/2 PB and honey sandwich!
and now my payback I feel like barfing!!

Alright its is done there is nothing i can do about it now , so I am offically moving on. Need to go to the gym tomorrow to burn that crap off.

VanIsle
03-02-2004, 01:32 PM
Well it seems TOM is getting to me as well.
I had 3 homemade chocolate chip cookies my DD made.
I resisted 2 days but last nite all my good intentions vanished.
Just like the cookies.
I'll do better next time