Okay. So I'm now at my mums place and already I've eaten things out of my diet plan.
Christmas is hard because 1 - Mum makes food that I don't normally eat. 2 - I have limited idea what the ingredients are and in what quantities. 3 - I won't be able to weigh out the amounts of what I eat, because we have guests over and it wouldn't be good manners to show them I'm trying to do something about my unhealthy size. *Sigh*
I'm also the taste tester. Not voluntarily but because I'm the only one. So much for watching every bite, lick and taste. ☺
There really isn't much to be done about it though is there?
Well, there is something that I can do right? I can keep exercising. Over the last week I've been getting better at getting into the routine of getting up in the morning and going for a 3km walk. I even got up this morning and went out. Traversed some of the terrain that I used to wander as a teenager. Made me realise just how much I used to walk everywhere...!
I'm in the process of coming up with my new years resolutions. As usual most of them are health and fitness based. Joining a gym is high up there. Need to do some research though because I'm going to be in split locations next year, spending time in two different suburbs. I'm thinking one of those 24 hour gyms where you join one - you join 'em all type deals. Hoping that all the specials for gym membership come up soon.
Anyhow, we're about to have our Christmas Day breakfast. Leftovers yay!
Merry Christmas, Joyeux Nöel, Szczęśliwego Bożego Narodzenia and Feliz Navidad.