Post # 1
It’s my own fault.
I’m under no delusion that I didn’t KNOW I was eating a cheeseburger and fries at least once a day for an entire week. Or that the MASSIVE ice cream sundae I had was actually big enough for 2 people. Then I get on the scale this morning and have the nerve to be pissed off because I’ve gained back the 4 lbs I worked so hard to lose.
Post # 3
It’ll probably come off pretty quick. Vacation weight gain usually does for me. It’s like it wasn’t natural for it to come on so fast, so just work on losing it over the next 2 weeks.
I bet it was tasty, though =]. And i hope you had a nice vacation!
Post # 4
@ ejs – I loved every bite (thank you In and Out burger) and I did have a really nice vacation. Thanks for the encouragement. I was pretty upset this morning, but I just have to get back on track.
Post # 5
Hey, at least you stepped on to the scale to see what the damage was. I just got back from 8 days at an all inclusive and have avoided the scale like the plague since I got back a couple of days ago. I was right there enjoying the food with you, and while I did work out while we were gone, I’m feeling better now that I’m back on the diet and my regular routine. You’ll get it off again!
Post # 6
Don’t think of it as ruined! It’s just a minor setback, you enjoyed your vacation, and now you can get back on track.
And I wouldn’t have said no to In N Out Burger either. soooo good.
Post # 7
This happened to me last week when we came back from our weekend trip out of town. I flipped out & called my sister. She reminded me that it’s impossible to gain that much weight in such a short amount of time.
Samr for you, the good news is that it’s probably almost all water weight from the salty foods in restaurants. Keep drinking water & get back on track… I know, easier said than done; it can be such struggle!