I need more self-discipline when it comes to pleasures of the palate. I am supposed to be staying away from food that would wreck havoc on my weight, but yesterday, I overindulged (again) in "bad" food. Since I was home alone (hubby is now in NYC), I decided to walk to Starbucks and treated myself to a caramel frappuccino venti - loaded with carbs. Later that afternoon, I met with my newfound Pinay friend and we ended up having a large plate of vegetarian pizza for dinner - loaded with carbs. As if those were not enough, she took out two small packs containing several pieces of Red Ribbon and Goldilocks polvoron for dessert - again, loaded with carbs. I took home with me the Goldilocks polvoron and they are now inside the refrigerator seducing me everytime I open the fridge. How will I be able to collect my $1,000 "trim down to 110 lbs." reward if I continue giving in to my healthy appetite? Man, I need D-I-S-C-I-P-L-I-N-E.
The clock is ticking. I am running against time and if I am not back to my old weight of 110 lbs. come "judgment day", I will forfeit my reward. For the nth time, I am going to do it the right way. Starting today, I promise to eat correctly. Tomorrow, I am going to the pool for a few laps and walk around the park. It is a better alternative to sitting at home and raiding the fridge. I will also try the weight loss supplement that I purchased months ago and see how effective it really is in helping me lose weight. Those diet pills are supposed to help in burning fats but also contain antioxidants for general health supplement.
Not every weight loss pill in the market is safe or effective so that we must exercise caution. Reading medical and consumer reviews about the product will help us determine its safety and effectiveness. And like any other medicine or health supplement, it is important to seek doctor's advise.
Inside some of us is a thin person
struggling to get out,
but they can usually be sedated
with a few pieces of chocolate cake.