It's because you didn't create a habit. You didn't pace yourself enough for something to become natural. Have you ever went on a run and thought, "Here's the game plan; I'm going to sprint the first half of the run with EVERYTHING that I have, then after that I'll have a good running pace to finish this piece out like a mother fricken CHAMP, ya heard?" No. Because that's stupid. You're probably laughing (I hope!) at the ridiculous idea but it's the basis of most diet plans. Instead of trying to set record timing on your game plans just focus on finding your pace and finishing the run. Focus on creating a good habit, a healthy habit! Quit trying to sprint a marathon.
I plan on divulging into the dreaded diets I've been on throughout the years in future posts. They are ridiculous and hilarious at the same time and deserve their own posts for pure comedy value. But I'd like to ask if you've ever started a crazy restrictive diet only to end up beating up a five year old for their slice of chocolate cake...at their own birthday party. Oh please, don't act like I'm the only one! Also, is there anything you'd like to see on here? Maybe situations you need help with? Let me know in the comment section for both your stories and questions. I'd love to
be all up in your business hear about it and impart some advice!