I forgot to do a weigh in post last week - sorry. Another steady loss, as predicted. This week I am almost certainly going to see a gain on Wednesday because I have spent the weekend in London and have eaten and drunk far more than was good for me. I seemed to have a monster appetite on me and no inclination to practice temperance. Since we had a lovely time, catching up with old friends in the autumn sunshine, I will take whatever the scales say this week on the chin and not let it worry me too much.
At this point, do feel free to have a collective eye roll as I yet again demonstrate how not to be a weight loss blogger.
Of course, when one starts writing a weight loss blog one probably hopes it will be a short term project. Certainly a finite one. I have been writing here for four years, and still don't have it sussed. That is quite the prolonged failure.
I think, though, that every year that has passed has seen me learn and that eventually all these learnings will translate into results. I sometimes feel that I hold all the threads in my hand to finally find peace in my relationship both with eating and with my body but just still struggle slightly to bring them all together in a single yarn. And, actually, when that analogy occurred to me earlier on I thought that it was quite an apt way to describe my life in general. Which is probably why a weight loss blog is never really a short term project because when we write about trying to lose weight part of what we are writing about is how we learn to navigate life without hiding behind a painstakingly constructed wall of food and fat.