I have been as off-plan as off-plan can get, too. I've maintained the weight loss, though, which says a lot as previously I've always gained it back after being off-plan for so long. That tells me that the mental side of it is kicking in and I'm making better choices.
In there I had my birthday and Memorial Day and Mother's Day...all bad for the waistline if you let them! Last week I had a cold bad enough to keep me home from work for 2 days and still coughing a week later. But finally feeling mostly back to normal. That means, of course, not a lot of walking has been happening because it was really hard to breathe. My Fitbit stats reflect that a little bit - for brevity I'm only posting the most recent week:
On the weight loss front, I'm not quite to Twodorland but I'm super close!!
That's a whole lotta fast food!!
My sister-in-law's parents are in town and we had a lovely visit with them, going to Bear Country, USA and then lunch at Famous Dave's - and I think the 3 ladies were the only ones who weren't regretting eating there! I had the catfish fingers (breaded and fried but not greasy which is nice!) and garlic mashed potatoes and 1 corn bread muffin. I was satisfied without having gone overboard.
Earlier this week we were in a 4-car accident - thankfully no serious injuries! Everyone walked away! One lady did get checked over by the EMTs but she went home with her daughter and her other daughter drove that car home - although I'm sure it's a total loss. We were at an intersection, fully stopped, waiting for the SUV in front of us to turn left and she was waiting for oncoming traffic to open up so she could do so safely. A pickup that had been jacked up and "tricked out" rear-ended car #1, pushing that into car #2, pushing car #2 into our rear end, lifting it and moving us forward 2 feet. We have an '02 Durango, not a light vehicle at all, and again, fully stopped, brakes fully engaged. Car #1 was crumpled, multiple fluids leaking, but driver was safe. Car #2 rear end was crumpled, and passenger side fender was crumpled. Both will most likely be considered a total loss by insurance. We sustained minor damage - the hitch we just put on a few weeks ago needs to be replaced as does the bumper and bumper assembly. But it's drive-able, the parts will be in in a few days, and it will be back to the way it was. The advantages of a good solid vehicle! We did go to Urgent Care and get checked out - my brother had literally just gotten off the plane coming home from a conference and he came to follow us over to make sure we were good and the Durango was good. Yay brother to the rescue! ☺
I did purchase a Nutri Ninja with Auto-iQ so I can start making my shakes into smoothies, including adding spinach to the strawberry one. I had a gift card yet from Christmas to use which helped - but since I'd killed the store-brand version when we were in Ohio, I figured a Ninja should serve me well!
Things should be getting back on track - more so now that we've ironed some things out with my husband's employer. He took a leave of absence (they didn't want him to quit when he found a different job - that job didn't work out as well as we'd hoped) and agreed to come back on our terms - no more opening and specific hours availability, and basically set days off unless absolutely necessary. He also wanted some recognition for the fact that the majority of the customer comments/compliments mention him by name, that he's the only one who has yet to call off since they opened, he has the experience others don't but is still stuck at the cash register. So he received training to become a trainer and is in line for supervisor training, finally. That means I can schedule things accordingly - like meeting local Profile people once a week. And it means being able to schedule workout times for strength training.
Until next time!