Friday, 12 August 2011

How the frack does this happen?!!

Hi girlies, I just got back from Portugal this week :D I had a lovely package from Alicia at Funny Face Beauty waiting for me which knocked my socks off, THANK YOU SO MUCH WOMAN!! More on that in separate post...this post is to rant and rave about my hatred of dieting :)

I spent a month in Portugal at my auntie's house in the country side. Nice fresh air, good food and evening strolls. I lost 4 point something kilos...just over half a stone, in the first 2 weeks.

In the last week..I gained 3 of those kilos back. What. The. Fuck. It was the pasta...I guarantee it.
Way too much pasta in that last week. I can count on one hand how many times I ate bread out there but the potatoes and macaroni did me in.

I have a hormone imbalance as it is which means I gain weight quite easily but it takes forever to get rid of it. It's very disheartening when you can't eat a bowl of pasta without gaining a kilo overnight!

Now that ramadan is here I won't be dieting, but I've told myself (yet again) that i'll get on with it after Eid. Let's see how that pans out lol

I just don't have the patience. I'm a very impatient person, I hate it when people take to long to get to the point, when they repeat the same thing over and over and OVER, when i'm walking behind someone and they won't move out of my faffin' way quick enough etc these things literally make my blood boil. Dieting and getting results then putting the weight on that quick again is right at the top of that list.

Rant over....i'm off to get some salad. Wouldn't be surprised if even that slapped a couple more kilos on the old love handles *sigh*


Cerina said...

I know how you feel :( i used to weigh 85 pounds 3 years ago but now I weigh about 30 pounds more due to a better lifestyle and detoxified body and all that but i hate to say so, but I LIKED the way my body looked when it was like that. but yeah it's very frustrating, and I hate having to wait so long for results. Pasta and breads are two of my favorite foods! :( But we have to remember to be thankful for the things we DO have :) arms, legs, eyesight, etc. :)
Miss you! I haven't heard from you in ages. Hope you had fun in Portugal :)

Anonymous said...

Hi lovely!

I missed you too! And yes, it's very true that we have to be thankful for what we do have :)

I wonder if they sell 'Will power' in boxes now...*ponderponder* lol will stop by your blog babe! xxx