Guess you may be wondering where I have been since the last post. I’m not out Christmas shopping or laying on the beach somewhere, although I’d really like that. I’ve worked my butt off trying to get ready for the launch of my new site: healthandnutritioncoaching.com. Geez, I miss the days of one word URLs.
I’ve been hard at work, finishing up my signature program, writing articles, and developing recipes. I’ve been crazy busy. Not that it’s a bad thing but I have little time to keep up with this blog while I’m working on the other site.
I do hope you’ll join me over there when I launch my site. I’m hoping by January to have everything in place and ready for everyone to join in. It should be great. I’ve learned so much over the last year I can’t wait to share it with you! Bring your family, friends, coworkers, and anyone else interested in health and nutrition talk. I could do it all day!
Anyway, last time I posted my personal update was a while ago. So now I have settled at my current weight of 140 lbs. Feeling pretty good about it. No longer having pains in my legs from supporting all that weight and able to walk stairs without huffing and puffing. It’s been interesting to see how the body works amazingly well when you let it do what it’s supposed to do. Don’t get in its way! I rely on my body to tell me what I need and I am trying to stick with it through this holiday season.
I’ve already noticed that since the chocolate candies have come out I am not thinking clearly. Bu I managed to listen to my body (after failing miserably the first time) and only eat one. But it was Ghirardelli salted dark chocolate. I couldn’t resist. I’m better than before. I no longer crave them as I did when I was addicted to sugar. But now I just want that chocolate goodness taste. It’ so yummy! So from now until the end of the holidays, I’m going to allow myself one high quality dark chocolate piece a day. If I can stick with my limit, I will be fine. So far (except the first day) I have been able to handle it. That first day, I didn’t pay attention to what I was eating and had too much. I got a bit of a tummy ache. Quick reminder that my body was telling me I overdid it. Message received.
I hope everyone has a happy and healthy holiday. And don’t beat yourself up if you slip and have a little to much of the goodies. Just remember you can always start again tomorrow. And in January, I will be letting you know when you can join me to get a fresh start on your health.
Happy Holidays everyone!