20 Things I've Learned From Dieting
Dieting is the direct opposite of everything else in life. It's easier to gain, than it is to lose.
If you're not allowed to eat it on your diet, then it's all you'll want.
are suppose to be a place of joy, not weeping and gnashing of teeth.
Exercising builds muscle. Muscle weighs more than fat. Which means it's possible to eat right, exercise and gain at your next weigh in. Breaking your scale isn't the solution
My scale and I have a love/hate relationship. It loves to hate me.
We're going to need another scale...
When on a diet, you'll find that there's a fast food joint on every single street corner in town.
Even gross fast food sounds better that a low calorie microwaved boxed meal. Not surprising really.
If your portion of food is bigger than the palm of your hand, then it might actually fill you up.
Counting calories. It's like gambling for dieters. "Hit me with a string cheese!"
I've been on a diet for three weeks and all I've lost is my sanity.
Nonfat, no-whip, sugar free tall mochas, aren't worth $4.50.
If you plan on cheating, do yourself a favor and don't weigh in for a couple of days. We just bought a new scale...
Extra cheese doesn't count, if ordered on a vegetarian pizza.
While dieting, the world seems packed with skinny people eating hamburgers and fries.
Do what I do. Wish them fat. I know it works because someone did it to me 13 years ago...
Comfortable jeans really are their own reward.
Even if it's only because you dare not wash them!
I like mushrooms, bell peppers and tomatoes but lets not pretend it wouldn't taste SO MUCH better on a pizza
I'm not overweight, I'm just prepping for an extended Antarctic expedition...but we're gonna need more dogs for the sled.
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