Knowledge & Planning Work


(I was waiting to see if I had a loss this week before posting this.)


I just have to say that planning does work and so does working the plan.  I say this because it was my birthday on Thursday and my husband invited friends over to celebrate with a bar-b-q dinner.  That included my daughters helping a friend of ours make the cake.  This was probably the best cake that’s been made for me since my mom used to make my cakes.  
I knew that I wanted to have a piece of cake (even before I saw it), so I planned for it.  I ate lighter throughout the day, I did a 65-minute walking DVD and I was careful during the dinner to make sure I had room for the cake.  
And I still lost weight!  
After the party I journaled everything I ate – down to the piece of chocolate cake that had a cream filling made of peanut butter and chocolate frosting mixed together with milk.   
Knowing where I was before the party and where I stood afterwards made it easier to fit this celebration into my week.  If I can make it through this week, then I know I can make it through this weight loss journey. 
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3 Responses to Knowledge & Planning Work

  1. Pam says:

    Happy Birthday! That is all part of this journey – learning how to moderate and thrive instead of deprive, because that sets us up for failure – congrats on the loss and I am glad you had fun this week!

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  2. Good thinking, I'm not sure I would of thought of doing that. The girls did a great job on the cake. It looks yummy!!!!

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  3. Happy, happy birthday! Planning is the key isn't it? You can have your cake and eat it too!

    Sorry for the corny line, I couldn't resist!

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