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Good mood - but beating myself a little anyway...

Monday, August 06, 2012

How many times do I have to experience that it is all about the food?

Yesterday I stayed with my plan - that happened to be not to eat at all - and this morning I woke up in a great mood. I did other good things yesterday too, paid my bills, cleaned the kitchen and organized some stuff - but that was from the energy I got from not abusing food.

If I exercise, clean, organize etc. etc - it does affect my mood a little but not entirely. As food does. When I stick to my plan life is great and I feel optimistic even if I see problems. Like yesterday - paying those bills left me with hardly any money left for the rest of the month but I felt that I could handle that easily because next payday there are no great mortgage or bills so that month I will hopefully be back in balance after pasying my accountant and the lawyer.

And looking over the economy I remembered that I did sell my sheep clipper for a lot of money two days ago...but... I was going for a bike tour and thought it was stupid to leave the money laying around iif somebody woiuld break in during my absence. So I hid them - and I have absolutely no idea where!. This money will be enough for gas until next payday. I have wandered round the house and hoped that my memory would wake up if I stand in front of the right closet or open the right drawer or move around the right room... but no. I have not the faintest idea where I hid that money.

So my house will be very cleaned in the upcoming week. Soon I will take doggy on a long morning walk and then I will drive daughter to circus camp and stay there for five hours. Then I will pass the gym on my way home and do strength training - and then I will continue to look for that money..,. daughter will sleep at the camp. I will continue with no food another day, I tried the mcKenna tapping procedure yesterday and it seemed to work. I did not have that bad cravings, I was really hungry instead!

I also used my tarot decvk of cards to decide if I would do that kamikaze food thing or not (remember I am learning the tarot for an act with "my" circus?)
It clearly told me that I will succeed both with staying away or eating healthy - so I will stay away for today and then start to plan a very healthy menu for the rest of the week.
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  • SILLYHP1953
    You made me smile cause anytime I put something in a safe place I never find it again. Well, maybe sometime I find it but not when I first want it.
    2453 days ago
  • SWEDE_SU
    the money will have to turn up...somewhere! i'm with the "don't think about it" school of thought! but be careful about not eating...
    2678 days ago
  • CAMEOANDLACE
    What a hoot! No offense. I'm sure you will remember when you least expect it! Circus camp? How cool.


    2679 days ago
  • SHERYLDS
    are you sure you hid it or did the dog eat it? emoticon
    2679 days ago
  • JOYINKY
    Let us know when you find the money; you will. For me, it's just certain foods that affect my mood. Too heavy on the grains or too much sugar. Or, just too much of anything. If I stick to a lot of veggies and am careful with the others, nothing forbidden, I stay OK. Of course staying active is important too. Enjoy your week.

    Now, go hide something else; never know, that might work! Smiles.
    2679 days ago
  • GUITARWOMAN
    Hope you remember where you hid the money!

    It will show up, sometimes when it is the last thing from your mind, the location will come to you in a flash. So maybe try not thinking about it!


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    2679 days ago
  • PUDLECRAZY
    I hate it when I put things somewhere safe, then don't remember where I put them. It will show up.
    2679 days ago
  • ANGELWENDYMAMA
    Wow, I hope you remember where you hid your money. Try meditating about it?
    2679 days ago
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