I was supposed to exercise last night after my hubby got home from work. I spent a solid 1/2 hour talking myself out of it: I'm tired, I'll go tomorrow instead, I have too much to do, I want to hang out with my daughter, etc. When my hubby asked if I was actually going to get a move on (we're on a pretty tight schedule with the kids), I started making excuses out loud: "I've got a bit of a headache", "I'm exhausted!", "Maybe I'll eat something first", etc.
Truth is, I was really tired. Still, I dragged myself into my workout clothes and reminded myself of my goals. I decided to not drag my feet around, and tried to get a bit excited about going. With that, I went. And I conquered.
So here's a dilemma I've been having:
My old jeans are falling off me. Like, the butt is sagging, the waist keeps sliding down, and they are just TOO big. Yay!
The jeans which are the next size down fit. But they are snug. Very snug. I don't need to lie on my bed to get the zipper on or anything, but there is muffin top happening. And I feel a little squeezed.
What's better to wear? Jeans that are billowing, because they are comfortable (but also remind you that you've lost weight), or a pair that's smaller and hugs your curves a bit (but reminds you that you haven't lost enough weight)?
I've been avoiding jeans altogether, but I'm tired of wearing track pants everywhere!
The sun just popped out from behind the clouds. It's going to be a fantastic day.