(Days 9 and 10) I wrote a post and left it in a different computer- I'll have to post those later.)
Wednesday I didn't have anything major to report, but it was a good calorie deficit day. I had eaten healthy all day, then my pole class whipped me to the point of passing out at 9:00. Brutal.
Thursday I was feeling really beat and low energy, but kept the calories low enough despite not working out. No major revelations.
Day 11 (Friday, March 12) I had a really productive day at work, had lunch out with a coworker and his fiancee to discuss their wedding plans, and topped the day off by an evening playing Rockband for the first time ever with the husband and a bunch of our friends. It was amazing fun! I belted out some songs through these rusty old pipes, and really dug playing the drums, too. I didn't finish out the calorie count for the day, but all the standing around singing and working the arms and leg drumming was certainly a better burn than laying on the couch would have been!
Day 12 was our "Second Saturdays" dinner with our newly formed supper club/book club group. It's us and two other couples, and I look forward to it all month now! I didn't count calories today. I ate relatively low to leave room for the dinner, and then I relaxed and enjoyed myself. It was a smashing success! The theme was "Ides of March", and everybody made fabulous food, we had good wine, and I thought my table decor wasn't half bad, either. I figure if I really am good with my calories most days of the month and especially if I get my workouts ramped up more, I'll be fine with one day a month of eating a little more than normal. The important thing is not to have such days lead into not doing well the next few days after so it doesn't become a slide.
Sunday or Monday I plan to weigh in and discuss the results. I'm not going to talk about my actual weight number until it's back down to one I am comfortable sharing, but I'll tell you how much I'm down.
(I know this post wasn't particularly deep or revealing, but I am at least forcing myself to catch up so as not to get back out of the habit again already.)
To Daylight Savings: Welcome, dear friend, I love you! One of the happiest days every year, you truly put your stamp on making Spring feel real. You bring new light to the end of the day and I consider loaning you an hour of my time until the fall a small price to pay for such joy.