We got a new scale.
I knew the old one wasn't accurate, but I was in deep denial. Even though I knew that I didn't fit into my clothes like I used to, I kept saying "well, I weigh 130, that's only a few pounds heavier than I was when we got married!" Um, yeah, not so much.
I weigh 137. Seven pounds heavier, people! Now, I do not look any different from the way I looked when I thought I weighed 130, but my perception has changed drastically! It's probably what I needed tp get refocused on my eating and calories. I still struggle with nighttime - I woke up at 1am last night and had 4 Oreos and milk. I barely remember it! I make good choices all day, and then nighttime comes, and the cravings kick in. It sucks.
Bryan started his kettlebell workout last week. I tried swinging it yesterday, but 35 pounds is too much for me. I can't wait for my 9 pound pair to get here! I do a fair amount of walking and aerobics, but I feel like if I don't step it up, I won't get the results I really want.
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