New month, new health goals

It’s the 1st of March, a new month.

Time for me to try to get serious about what I am eating, how much I am eating, portion sizes, and what I’m putting in my mouth.

I need to be more mindful of what I’m eating.

I’ve gone a little off the rails in recent weeks. And that isn’t good at all.

However, I need to be careful, because I have a tendency to get a bit obsessive about it.

It is all about balance. Well, I think so anyway.

For today, my goal is do a little exercise, and be mindful of my portion sizes.

I can manage that.

I had a yogurt drink and some fruit for breakfast.

I’ve got chili for dinner.

My sister made it and she gave some to me.

Not sure what I’m doing yet for lunch, but I’ll think of something healthy to have.

Maybe soup.

I’ve put on about 10 pounds since Christmas. That doesn’t thrill me to know that.

So now, it’s time to cut back and try to get down the weight a little bit, in a healthy way.

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.

14 thoughts on “New month, new health goals”

  1. You’ll do well. Karla and I just joined a new gym and signed up for twice-a-week coaching. Our insurance pays for the gym, but we have to pay extra for the personal coach. Hopefully, with a coach, we stick to it better than we have in the past. Today was our first session.

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      1. Aarrgghh! My computer crashed just as I finished typing this the first time. It’s going well, she showed us some simple exercises using big rubber balls and big rubber bands. We’re not supposed to do the same exercise more often than once every 48 hours, so we didn’t go in today. We’ll go tomorrow and do the exercises again, and some treadmill. On Friday she’s going to show us more exercises to alternate with the ones we’re already doing. She’s got us eating more and smaller meals. I’m not sure they’re small enough, as I feel full all the time. OK, this is where the computer crashed the first time, I’ll try posting this…

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