Thursday, October 20, 2011


I am a horrible person for not writing in this blog more. I'm always writing. I blog for a living and I have many blogs so sometimes it's hard to keep up with them all but here I am again.

I've lost over 60lbs and I'm stuck at a plateau. I'm working out 40 minutes a day - I do the Jenny Craig intermediate/advanced Walk It Off with weights on my ankles and wrists but my Jenny Craig consultant thinks I need to do more. I hate working out. I feel like I'm doing enough. I've started jogging for little 2-minute sprints during the workout. I feel like I need to eat less. I'm not doing bad but I'm not sticking strictly to it. I need snacks with no calories in them. I want to snack at night and everything has calories. I can over eat vegetables. Trust me. I do it all the time.

I look great. I have lost a bunch of weight and I need to get this thing going down again. Does anybody read this blog? Do you have any suggestions? What can I do at night when I get home from work and I want to snack? I eat tons of carrot fries and lettuce and things but I need to just stop eating at some point in the evening. You can't snack all night long. Even on vegetables.

I really love eating. I love food and I love eating. I wish I was eating right now instead of writing in my blog. Why can't my blog be a cheeseburger and French Fries? Why can't it be extra crispy with a side of ranch dressing. Why can't my blog be a funnel cake covered in strawberry jelly and whip cream and powdered sugar?

I should write a book called "Blog Your Way Thin" and just suggest to people that every time they want to eat, they write a blog instead.

1 comment:

  1. I read this! In fact this is the only blog i do read. You're witty and amusing, which helps me not take this JC thing to seriously. I'm not losing weight for anyone but me. If I go up when I weigh in I feel like I've let my consultant down, I think "hey you're doing this to yourself, dummy". Then I cinch the belt a little tighter and keep going. So keep on writing (I wouldn't mind seeing it a little more often, hint, hint) and keeping me inspired. As much as this weight loss thing sucks and we are on our own lonely road, we are not actually alone.