SP Premium
HAKAPES
60,000-79,999 SparkPoints 69,260
SparkPoints
 

Sad Monday (Summer 5% W2 D3)

Monday, July 25, 2011

I met with 4 friends this weekend in Budapest, it was very nice, I was so happy to see them. Even on the train back, I was so happy.
But somehow, something happened, I don't really know what, I was so deeply sad inside me, the whole day, even now.
I didn't do anything with this feeling, I didn't look for the cause, I was just watching it, how it is, what is it doing in me.

In the evening, I ate two cakes, a chocolate Sacher torte, and a Mohn-Birne cake, both were delicious. I rarely ate these types of sweets, but today I felt I really need to give myself something sweet. Otherwise, I kept my calorie budget fully.

Otherwise, last week I did every day the 10K run, on Saturday morning I was running with a friend in Budapest. He used to be "the runner", and funnily, I was doing better then him. This was such a good experience, that I really make progress.

Today, I did my 10K run in the evening. I was just dragging myself along, I had energy, but I was not energetic. This sadness also influenced my exercise.

This is the inside of a house from Saturday in Budapest.
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
  • DINGALLSTOO
    you will turn it around!
    3272 days ago
  • SPBETTERWAY
    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3272 days ago
  • no profile photo CD1610124
    I hope the sadness has left and you are feeling better today. I am amazed that you were still able to get out and do the run. You always do so well with your eating and running. Having the cake and cookies just makes you more human. It helps those of us still struggling to see that everyone else has temptations too!
    3272 days ago
  • NOILEDNWAD
    Your dedication to running, and seeing your improvements along the way, is a wonderful thing. Eventually you'll figure out where the sadness is coming from, feel it, learn from it and then move forward. It's all any of us can do. Keep on putting one foot in front of the other and you'll get back to being your energetic self. emoticon
    3273 days ago
  • no profile photo CD9154669
    If you think about it, I'll bet you are getting more in touch with your feelings than you were before you started Sparkpeople. I believe that the running and the tracking is making you very tuned in to yourself, and your emotions. I am glad you allowed yourself to feel sad--hopefully you will not always turn to sweets when you are, but it is good that you recognize your feelings. I hope tomorrow will be a very happy day.
    3273 days ago
  • ON2GOALS
    Hugs - thinking of you, my friend.
    3273 days ago
  • GEORGIAGIRL26
    Sorry you are feeling bad today.
    I hope that you feel better soon!
    Your SP Friend from Georgia USA Holly
    emoticon
    3273 days ago
  • no profile photo CD8398992
    I hope you're feeling better by now. Could it be that you were feeling blue because of the bad news that came out of Norway this weekend?
    emoticon
    3273 days ago
  • SPARKCHANTAL
    me too-- when i get feeling blue, my tendency to eat sweets goes up and my exercise energy goes down, way down. there must be an explanation...
    3273 days ago
  • BEATLETOT
    Mmmm...Sachertorte

    We all get into funks sometimes. I hope you feel better soon.

    I love this picture you posted. I'd love to go back to Europe.
    3273 days ago
  • no profile photo CD3149332
    Bless you!
    3273 days ago
  • KKINNEA
    Interesting weekend - some highs and some lows. I love your commmitments to your 10Ks.
    3273 days ago
  • MSKITYOCAT
    Well now, sometimes the ebb and flow of life can do that to us and we never know what the cause it. Could you be sad about the Oslo Norway massacre? leaving your friends? Make a change in your routine and add something fun see if it doesn't break the spell. May God bless your endeavors. :)
    3273 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment


    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.