I’m in the 9th instalment of my monthly well being story and I summarise my results every month – check out the story so far:
To be honest it is a struggle to bring you new information because the theme is still the same.
I’m trying to lose weight.
I’m currently 69.5kg which is AWESOME as my target was to reach 69kg by the time I fly away to Bali on 24 Oct and fit into a size 10 dress by Christmas.
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED 🙂
Not to sound ungrateful but I’m struggling BIG TIME!
So much so that I find it helpful to put my main struggles down so I can work on them.
- SHOPPING FOR CLOTHES
Our newborn son Kyneton is 9 months and is a terrible little sleeper… compared with our 3yo daughter Emelina.
He’s down at 8pm, gets up for a feed at 10pm, cries for some comfort at 1am and again at 3am before the morning hang out time with my hubby Leki at around 6am.
This might be the ‘normal’ routine for some babies according to the local health nurse but it’s such a difference from Eme.
She slept all the way through the night from 8pm to 8am.
I just assumed that he’d be the same – guess again!
Something I’m looking to play with is expressing for bottle feeding.
I’ve been slack in trying to express after each feed so I can feed him with the left over when he’s hungry or so Leki can help.
Another thing I need to think about is the food Ky eats. He now eats what we do but it’s mashed through our Vitamix blender.
If I can get him ‘full’ with food and then load him up on breastmilk then I’m hoping (fingers crossed) that he’ll be more settled at night and I can get my sleep!
I’d really love your advice on what works for you if baby isn’t sleeping too well at night! Send me a message on Messenger please – love to hear from you 🙂
It is the SAME THING I keep complaining about.
I just get lazy when I start thinking about any type of exercise.
In my mind I think that I’ve been busy enough for the day and if I’ve been really good and disciplined with my food then I’ll be ok.
I know my hubby Leki keeps reminding me of the other health benefits of regular exercise even in small doses.
But, again, I always think it’s such a bother.
Some people struggle with the food discipline but that’s the easy part for me.
I’d probably struggle to exercise even 1-2 times a week at this stage.
What’s your exercise routine? Is it something that you just love to do and look forward to everyday? Little help! I’d love to hear what works for you hit me up! 🙂
I have always hated clothes shopping.
I have this figure that’s frumpy around the waist but skinny in the arms and legs. Pear shaped is what they say. I’ve written about my struggles with online shopping because of my funny body shape – HERE.
Well, as you know I’m going over to Bali in late-Oct with my in-laws and I’ve been slowly getting some summer clothes and swimsuits to take over!
What a struggle!
Trying to fit into something that makes me feel sexy and not reveal my unflattering parts (tubby stomach and muffin top) is always a challenge.
On top of that having an active 3yo and a sooky 9 month adds a bit more difficulty trying dresses on in the little cubicles.
Part of my weight loss journey is to feel good but in all honesty the majority of my efforts is to look good!
When I get an outfit that I like and I snap a quick picture to send to Leki I know he’ll tell me the truth. If it’s ugly he’ll tell me, if it makes me look fat he’ll tell me and if he likes it he’ll give the green light 🙂
I like shopping at the big retail shopping centres so I can have a good look around and try things on. My go to is usually KMart, Target and Forever New for everyday things but for nicer dresses I like Myer.
Where do you shop? Let me know if you found a place that good for frumpy Pear shaped ladies! Where are my pear-shaped ladies at 🙂
I’d like to lose another 2-3kg and be around 67kg heading to Christmas!
After Christmas on Jan 2019 I would have kept this weight loss journal for ONE WHOLE YEAR! Read my very first edition on Jan 2018 which was 4 days after I gave birth – HERE.
Wow, what a ride.
But for now… the struggle continues 🙂