Hi Kimba, and welcome to the forums!
Congratulations on losing a few kilos already, it's great that you're starting to feel better about yourself already. In relation to 'impatience', I definately feel impatient at times and wish that I was already at my goal weight, but at least I'm on my way there now
I just try and remember that old saying that 'we don't put on all these excess kilos overnight, and we don't lose it that way either. That really struck a chord with me, because before I used to lose a few kilos, and then just end up getting frustrated when my weightloss stalled. I'd then end up thinking 'well, I'm trying and nothing is coming off!' and then end up binge eating and putting it all back on again. Now I realise that even if I slip up and eat something 'bad', it doesn't mean I'm going to undo all that I've done so far. But it's also important to get back on track and keep eating healthily, rather than just give and reach for the chocolate!
I won't bore you (and everyone else!) with my story again, but if you want to have a read through sometime, I've posted an introduction somewhere in this section of the board, and I usually update my thread under the 'personal progress' section.
I haven't had any experience with weightloss saboteurs, so I don't really have any tips for you there. Maybe just think about how that cake is going to end up on their hips instead of theirs?
Ultimately you're your own person though, and you have to make the decisions that you think are best for you. Maybe if you know someone at work is going to be having a birthday, you can eat a little less/do more excercise a few days before, and then share a small piece of cake? Or if your work place is the kind where they regularly have morning teas etc with tempting food, maybe you could bring something else to eat? Eg. light biscuits etc, or volunteer to bake a birthday cake and make a low fat one? I have no idea, just throwing a few suggestions out there!
All the best with your weightloss, just yell out if you need anything