I never claim that I stay on plan all the time. In fact, the only reason I've had any success is because I keep STARTING OVER.
Last night, I went a bit overboard and had a few too many treats. I psyched myself up afterwards by planning out my food for today.
This morning, I added up the (estimated) points from last night, and I'm about 9 over for the week. BUT one bad evening does not mean I have to have five more bad days! I'm back at it today, I swear!
I decided to brave the cold for an outdoor run (it's been a couple of months since one of these!) I layered up:
Do my gloves look a little odd? I couldn't find a matching pair (and decided, in the end, not to wear them).
I was all ready for the mean streets of Toronto!
And afterwards, the sweaty proof:
I usually try to run for half an hour without stopping. In order to get myself out the door, I said I would just walk or run as I felt like it. Every time I checked the time, it seemed like I'd only ran a few more minutes. But I just kept going a little farther before actually heading back, and in the end, I made it a full 30 minutes! The end is always tough because I have to go uphill to get home (it always seems like a good idea to start out going downhill...).
I rewarded myself with a green smoothie that was actually green (unlike my usual brownish concoctions):
2 runs in one week (I went on Saturday... indoors)! Yay for me!
How do you get back on track?