Well the week has been and gone. It started off well, like most regimes do, but breaking old habits are difficult.
I have a great work out buddy, we have set times out to work out together, which is fine, because of one of us pikes, we know that the other person will kick them up the ass for piking. (excuse my language).
On the other hand diet, it goes hand in hand with excersize. The blah blah crap about eating the right things and portion sizes. It bites me in the back every-time.
I confess that I find it difficult to eat the right things or anything at all. I don't know how people live by themselves, but it is hard just feeding yourself. It means you can choose anything you want to eat, no one else is going to moan and groan about your food, and when you can't be stuffed getting anything to eat there is a packet of chips awaiting you, or even better, biscuits and juice for dinner.
Finding food that is yummy and healthy is difficult, when you share the cooking and are on a very limited budget. So I am going to make a sticker chart.
The way i'm going to do this is write out what allocated food I have for each day, excluding dinner. When I don't have anything extra, and eat to my plan, then I earn a sticker, at the end of the week, if I have a weeks worth of stickers, I will reward myself with something chocolaty and gooey.
I think this will help me with portion control, and training my body to eat regularly, with good food.
In some of the comments that I received, I was told not completely forgo my chocoholic ways, as in the end I will binge. So I have now put chocolate back into my diet, (Well only when i earn it :)
Do you have any tips or stories about staying on track? If so please feel free to share as knowledge is what makes these things work. :)