It's a classic scenario in CoriWorld. I start the day strong with a
This is where it all falls apart. The lights go down and the willpower makes it an early night and leaves me defenseless against the pantry. The pantry light comes on (automatically, I swear) and the door waves me inside. Next thing I know, I'm climbing the shelves to see what goodies might be laying in wait at the back of the top shelf (our designated "junk" shelf). Because I know I'm a "to the bottom of the bag" snacker - I start off okay, measuring out exactly what the package says is a serving. And then the bag or box gets a little
When I take the time to figure out what I've done and do the math - my morning workout usually cancels out more than my evening diet stupidity. I can justify it that way until Sunday, when I step on the scale and the number hasn't budged. I've worked out all week and eaten relatively healthy, but that little slice of diet stupidity I have in the evening has kept me standing still for another week.
So, today, the diet stupidity stops. Even if I need to only eat pre-packaged, calorie restricted snackies, I will keep my evening chow-fests to no more than 200 calories. It gives me a little wiggle room and should help me stay on track as long as I have an allowance.
Here's hoping. So, tell me - what is your diet stupidity? The thing you recognize as hurting your efforts but you do it anyway....