So the scale is still a lb or two up from my lowest recorded which was 197.8lbs. I haven't exercised for about a week and a half and I have had such an irritated band all week. I went on a little trip with my mum to Dorset and it was so lovely, but I find it hard eating out because I don't go as slowly or take small enough bites like I do at home. I think I get stressed out that the waiting staff will point out my slow eating or try and take my plate before I've finished and it just makes me anxious. And you know what it's like, if you get stuck and pb then your band is cross with you and it makes everything you eat after that difficult. Because I was away, I didn't do what I should've done which is to go on liquids for at least a day, so I just kept trying to eat things and kept throwing up - STUPID! Anyway, that is over with. I'm home, on liquids and soft foods until I feel better. I don't usually pb, but I'm not one of the clever/lucky ones who never have or only have once or twice. I'm certain I've not damaged my band or anything, I just don't want to rely on sliders to feel like I've eaten anything such as I have the last couple of days.
I spent about 4 hours last night catching up on 4 days worth of blogs so my apologies for not commenting for a while, but I'm all caught up now.
I'm moving in a week and a half, my gym membership expires in 4 days, so I really want to go to make the most of the last few days I can get on the treadmill. Everything's going to be a bit up in the air - my plan not to go off the rails is to track. Must track and not just eat with wild abandon.
I feel frustrated.
BUT - I have NSVs - went shopping and bought 2 pairs of size 18 (US 14 I think) skinny jeans. I've never really managed to get skinny jeans on before and if I have they've made me look like a Russian doll, small at the top and bottom and big and round in the middle. But these look pretty good I think, got a dark blue and a black pair. I also tried on a load of tops and bought a few, some of which were a size down from my usual 16 to a 14 (US 10) so that's very exciting. Never in my life have I bought or worn a size 12 (US 8) so that's going to be a very very good day. I also found it easy peasy walking around for much of the time we were on holiday, this time last year, with the shooting leg pain I used to get, I probably wouldn't have even gone on that holiday for fear of the walking.