Getting my act together, and getting back on track

Lately, my healthy eating went right out the window!
I am going to try and remedy it this week!
I stocked up on fruit, and healthier snacks. And my plan is from today to try and regain some sort of balance.
I went right off track for the past 2 weeks. I mean, I was ordering fast food, I was eating chocolate, cake, you name it and I was eating it.
This is going to change starting today!
And I am finally going to start exercising! No more excuses!
I just need to be responsible and take action!
Luckily I haven’t gained any weight, but I haven’t lost any either!
I am hopeful that I can start losing again if I set my mind to it and really focus on exercising and healthy eating.
I will start now by stepping on the scales!
Ok, I did it, and here is my results!
I currently weigh 216 pounds, or for my european readers, I weigh 15 stone 6 pounds.
By this time next week, I hope to be losing some and will be overjoyed if I do lose a couple of pounds.
Wish me luck!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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