I know I have repeatedly said numbers don't matter. But you know what? I'm a liar sometimes.
We all know that the scale means something. If it didn't we wouldn't step on it every once in a blue moon, right? Right.
And I worked out every day last week. Every.Single.Day.
Please don't say that I'm gaining muscle and muscle weighs more than fat. Because I might throw something at you.
But I guess I have to look at it this way. A few weeks ago I gained .8. Last week I lost 2.8. This week I gained 2 = evens out a bit, right? Sucks that I'm back in time three weeks, but body-wise I feel good, my pants are a little bit big on me and I'm still working out.
Yesterday was the first day I took off just to give my heel a break. My left heel is hurting a bit, and although I didn't figure out exactly which day or work out triggered it, since all my stuff is cardio-based I'm guessing that's why.
And yes, I do recognize I should start doing some weight-training. I'm also planning to incorporate some more Wii fit stuff this week, like Hula Hooping and tightrope walking, besides my basic run/walk/march thingamagig.
I was trying to create my own fun ecard this AM on someecards because I figured why not, but the site froze up on me so you just get me being funny and inspired through the creativity of others. (And Pinterest!)
Also - I'm going to admit that I bought a stupid box of Cheez-Its last weekend and proceeded to eat it throughout the week. Damned Cheez-Its. It's my fault, I know. I did try to incorporate them into my daily intake, and I honestly DID keep track, but still. Who needs 'em, right?
But I also need to remind myself of the following:
Here's to a fantastic Cheez-It FREE week.
p.s. I did decide to add some extremely dark chocolate into my intake. I bought some bars yesterday that are 70% + cocoa because that's what *they* say you should have. We'll see how right they actually are next weekend, right? Chocolate-cheers!