hello, I've just been reading up on your journey, and sounds like you are doing really well. congratulations!! I really like the idea of acknowledging the temptations you said no to ... it's interesting to me the slight change that brain makes when not that long ago I would have not really given it a second thought, but in the last week, I've said no to buying Twisties at the supermarket, one of my ultimate favourites they really tempt me; soft drink, although it was diet coke, I still chose not to, and my worst enemy, a cream bun. Twisties have always been my 'go to' convenient 'in the cupboard' snack that has all sorts of impact on my body, apart from adding weight of course. As I move closer to my first 10kg loss, I have been very conscious of the self sabotage lurking in the back of my mind, and telling myself that it would be ok to have a cream bun, but I had a serious talking to myself and don't know why its such a temptation after so long without one, and after losing nearly 10kg, there's some sort of self conspiracy going on that wants me to stay in my comfort zone
BUT, the good news is I haven't gone there, and I am seriously going to try to keep my head in that space.
thanks for the inspiration to focus on a different positive, I'm going to incorporate that into my progress report too.
keep up the good work,