Are you watching Fuller House? Do you get the reference?
I do this, periodically. Eventually, it’ll stick.
Maybe this time. Definitely this time.
Time to dust the blog off. Do it again.
Lose weight. Recommit to a healthier life. Follow through.
I read something yesterday that really stuck with me.
The reason 95% of diets fail is because 95% of people can’t stand even a little bit of discomfort.
So… here we are. I’m at my almost-highest ever, and I HAVE to lose this weight.
I’m promising myself one thing: For the next month, no matter what happens… I am blogging every day. I’m not saying I’ll blog every day for forever, but I’m at least doing it until the end of March.
Why the Ranger Project? If you’re one of the very few reading this, then you probably know, but if not… I want to cosplay as this guy, and I refuse to do it fat.
Put up or shut up. I get it.
I’m eating well. I’m tracking calories using the FoodMover by Richard Simmons. I’ll explain about that in the future, but it’s basically just a way to count calories without writing down everything I eat.
And mine, of course, is customized with Garbage Pail Kids stickers.
This is going to be a random blog. I’m probably not going to do a great job of building a brand, unless that brand is dorkiness with nostalgia. And hey, maybe it is.
I’m probably also not going to be well-liked by everyone. Because one thing that I will definitely address periodically is my extreme irritation and what I see as a horrific danger of the body positivity (a.k.a. fat acceptance) movement. Tomorrow, my blog post is going to be about what I DO like about body positivity, because there are a few things. (Not many, but a few.)
I’m typically going to do my weigh-in posts on Friday, but since this is technically the first, I have to start here.
February 29, 2016
Change from Highest: –11.0 pounds
I will get to my goal weight. I promise.
See you tomorrow!
Oh, and Happy Leap Day!