I started my day well by having a nice smoothie on the road to work (for my 1 hour commute....) From there it was a total whirlwind. I was filling out paperwork and on a plant tour for hours. Finally, my boss and her boss were able to have me returned to our area, and they took me to lunch. By then, I was starving. I'd brought homemade soup, but I couldn't really turn down going to lunch with them. It was such a nice gesture. I could have chosen to eat better, though. Much, much, better. I had a veggie panini and some fries. Once we got back, I was on the run again. There was no opportunity to eat an orange or anything to keep me going. By the time I got home, I was completely run down and STARVING. Brian didn't want to cook, so he picked up some pizza. I had 2 1/2 pieces of veggie pizza along w/ a FUCKING PEPSI, and before that 3 Girl Scout cookies. Oh yes, also 3 bites of a brownie. What a fucking idiot. I've got to get this figured out tomorrow. I've got healthy food at work, and I need to make sure I get to it. Tomorrow I should have a lot more time in my office, so that should give me the opportunity that I need. What a transition in my life....a long commute and job, from being home alone all day. I need to get control, because I'm sure part of why I'm so run down (along w/ only 4 hours sleep and just coming off Vegas) was my diet yesterday and today. So, hopefully tomorrow goes way better. If I weren't so damn tired I'd tell you more about my job. I will say that it was so nice to feel so wanted and appreciated, even if it was only the first day. My cell phone, laptop, and keys were all ready. None of which I had at my previous job of over 10 years. They have high expectations for me, which is good. I have high expectations for myself. It's a good thing I'm a much better employee than dieter.
Thanks for staying with me...even when I suck hairy ass.
If you want inspiration, be sure to check out Amy. Seriously, she does a damn good job on diet/exercise. Her sense of discipline is one of my favorite traits about her. But don't tell her that. I don't want it to go to her head :)