Sunday, August 8, 2010

Phase 159 of the 20 year diet is... on!

So, I turned 39 on Friday . So Saturday marked the beginning of me packing my bags for the big move to Skinny Street. Feels oddly great, just as decluttering the unclutterable always feels great. You've just got to set the timer and start clearing out a single drawer.

And so we begin.

So, on Saturday I had Thai takeaway for dinner and ordered curry and noodles. That's not the way to move to Skinny Street, now is it? Next time it will be Chilli Chicken and I'll boil my own brown rice. See, I'm planning.

Then on Sunday I made Lemonade Scones for afternoon tea and ate five of them with butter and jam. Hmmmm, this drawer is very, very cluttered, isn't it? Next time I'll eat only two with jam only... and miss the butter with every bite. So maybe I will have one with butter and jam. Planning.

Fear not, this blog is not going to be a blow by blow of what I did and didn't eat each day. God help me, I would bore the pants off myself. But I wanted to give you the above rundown so you know exactly what we are dealing with.

Denial.

Denial.

Denial.

Ah well, at least we have set the timer...

[Image by Princess Elanalda]

4 comments:

Our Park Life said...

Well, Hello Maxabella....look at you starting another blog without me realizing it...I ended up on your profile page and I saw the second link and i wondered....

Hope it is cool that I have followed (stalked?)you over here...You know, I think that documenting the journey towards your goals is a huge big step towards reaching your destination so well done on creating this blog....And if it helps (even a teeny bit) please know you have all my bloggy support in your move to 40 Skinny Street!

Gill xo

Rachel said...

I to have stubled on your second blog..... and I want to follow you on 40 skinny street..... and encourage you where I can.....

Maxabella said...

Thanks lovely friends! I created the new blog as I didn't want to have to rave on about diet over on Maxabella Loves... it just isn't me.

Rachel said...

I think its a really good idea... this way you can see your progress all under one skinny roof.... :)