Dinner tonight

Part of my dinner tonight was the contents of a submarine sandwich which was really good. I just didn’t eat the bread.

Resolve

Weight loss Has been elusive for me except when I somehow make a “decision“ and then it seems I am able to stick it out pretty well. I am most cesspool when I make a promise or commitment to someone who’s respect I do not want to lose. If I made a resolution to myself with regards to weight loss war raining it in at all, I would break it easily. But, if I make a commitment to someone especially a young person who looks to me for a responsible adult behavior, I have a tendency to stick to it. The last time I lost a bunch of weight, was around 2007 or 2008 and I lost 150 pounds. I had made a commitment to my nephew Logan. He was an impressionable kid at the time and I knew I did not want to be that guy, who said one thing and did another. It’s the first day and I am already feeling glucose withdrawal. My hands are cold and I am tired. The end of the day did not contain its normal reward of a snickers Bar. One of the things I do sometimes to make myself more vigilant is there are two movies that I find inspiring one of them is the last samurai, and the other is Braveheart. Those were people who face their fears through sheer force. Challenges me to be as strong and resolved.As they are.

Weight

369.4 This morning Last night I ate shrimp from the Lo Mein And a lot of the steamed chicken and broccoli. So, good boy! 😆

Commitment

It’s funny, I would break a promise to myself easier than I would break a promise to anyone. The last time I lost 150 pounds it was because I told Logan that I was going to. I would never lie to a kid. Especially when they’re trying to figure out what it is to give someone their word, or to stick to something when they said they would. So making a commitment to Logan worked. Well it’s 2020, And I’m thinking about someone that I would never lie to you, whose respect I would like to retain, and who is young enough to appreciate when somebody says something, they’re going to do it. In other words, what I’m saying is, I am going to lose 135 pounds this year. I’m going to do that by eating less than 10% carbs at all times. I am also not going to drink between today and such. That I am weighing 240 pounds. To all of the above, Parker, I give you my word. Watch me. This is what it means when somebody makes a promise to do something very difficult, and keeps it.

Thoughts on starting this weight loss goal

Weight loss Has been elusive for me except when I somehow make a “decision“ and then it seems I am able to stick it out pretty well. I am most cesspool when I make a promise or commitment to someone who’s respect I do not want to lose. If I made a resolution to myself with regards to weight loss war raining it in at all, I would break it easily. But, if I make a commitment to someone especially a young person who looks to me for a responsible adult behavior, I have a tendency to stick to it. The last time I lost a bunch of weight, was around 2007 or 2008 and I lost 150 pounds. I had made a commitment to my nephew Logan. He was an impressionable kid at the time and I knew I did not want to be that guy, who said one thing and did another. It’s the first day and I am already feeling glucose withdrawal. My hands are cold and I am tired. The end of the day did not contain its normal reward of a snickers Bar. One of the things I do sometimes to make myself more vigilant is there are two movies that I find inspiring one of them is the last samurai, and the other is Braveheart. Those were people who face their fears through sheer force. Challenges me to be as strong and resolved.As they are.