And I don't want the blog to die. Poor neglected blog. It's had a whole lot of zilch going on the last few weeks. I'm back, little blog, I'm back.
Especially since I need to document the latest step in the healthy living plan...
I could stand to lose a few pounds. For health's sake. And vanity's sake, of course - I don't want to worry AS much about my arm flab in a wedding dress here in about eight months. I've put on about 15-20 pounds in the last year or so (I totally blame Craig taking me on all these amazing dates and cooking for me...plus I'm also buying into the theory that falling in love makes you gain weight...it's possible!), and I'd like to take it off. Plus another ten on top of that to get to a healthy, stable place. And Trinity's kinda in the same boat. Well, not the wedding dress thing, but the "could stand to lose a few" thing. So he offered up a weight loss challenge, pitting us against each other, sparking the competitive spirit in both us. Motivation!!
Plus it makes it more serious if you give it a logo with Harry Potter font. How could that be anything but motivational and awesome?
We weighed in a week ago, set our goal weights, and are going to check our percentage lost every two weeks - the winner (who's really the "loser") gets some kind of prize from the other. And the ultimate winner (whoever hits their goal weight first) gets something awesome. We just haven't decided quite what yet.
So far...I'm not off to a stellar start. I mean, I just got back to the land of Tex-Mex. What am I supposed to do, say no to shrimp taquito day at Chuy's (Wednesday, of course) or fried chicken taco day (Thursday, if you're interested) at Taco Joint? Maybe I should also think twice about making a triple batch of homemade oreos (I took them all to work, don't worry - not a single one left in the house. But of course I still ate plenty during the baking process...). And I should actually join a gym and actually go there. Getting on a consistent workout schedule would really help. Which is where a 9-to-5 schedule would come in handy. But no excuses! Time to do this thing!
It's good to be back in Texas, y'all, even if enchiladas tempt me at every turn.