sorry to hear that things are starting to slip. I just read a quote in CK:
"bad habits are like a comfortable bed, easy to get into but hard to get out of"
In other words try not to let your weekend binge and unhealthy snacks become a habit. Try to get away from the bad behavior as soon as you can. Find out why you are craving these foods? Find out how many calories are in those foods. A 130g sausage roll has roughly 375 calories!
I really hope you don't fall off the wagon, its a great one to be on! But remember a treat every now and then isn't to bad.
And remember its only difficult if you say it is.
Some great advice Tara
Couldn't have said it better myself
I love that quote, going to write it in my journal to refer to it, if and when I need it
. I'm sure I will be. Moomoo we are all human and face struggles every single day. Some we can avoid others we can't.
It's silly to become a hermit just because you are trying to lose weight and why should you stop socialising purely for that factor. A while back I discovered that I can have just as much fun (even more)without the alcohol and the greasy food which follows a very large consumption of said alcohol
And if you can't resist yummy wine then allow yourself to have 1 or 2 and turn to diet drinks and water for the rest of the night. Enjoy those drinks, don't skull them and you'll still get enough wine to give you the mellow effect.
Remember when we start saying NO to something, that's when we start wanting it more and more. By say YES I'm allowed to have wine on occasion (just not every night) then it won't become so tempting.