Yep. I had a gain.
A whole half pound.
There’s no way in you know where that I consumed THAT MANY extra calories to truly warrant a gain. I’m not thrilled about this though. It’s just not computing in my crazy brain that I eat no more than 820 calories a day and have GAINED weight.
Then my rational brain kicks in. I had an extremely long last few days. I didn’t leave school before 5:15 any day this week, and haven’t been home before 7. Yesterday, I picked up Chinese food for my husband, and got a container of chicken broth (really, wonton soup without the wonton) to eat instead of making my OptiFast soup. I felt like comfort food and I made the best choice I could. I mean, freaking chicken broth and a few (literally 5 or 6) tiny slivers of pork in there. Do you have any idea how much sodium is in chicken\wonton soup from a Chinese restaurant??
According to fatsecret.com, in ONE CUP of wonton soup broth, there are 769 grams of sodium. That’s 34% of the daily allowance. My OptiFast soup has 600. I’m extremely salt sensitive, AND I slacked off on water yesterday and today. So I’m bloated. It’ll be gone (and then some) next week.
In other news, some non-scale victories happened in the last few days:
- I sat in a meeting with my legs crossed like a girl.
- My leggings are too big. Like, so much too big that a student noticed.
- I noticed I use less foundation to cover my face.
- I ran up and down the flights of stairs at work today to get copies and wasn’t in the least bit winded or tired.
THOSE are the reasons that I’m doing this. The number is just that: a number.
Now, someone tell that crazy brain girl to lighten up.