Yesterday's century went alright, my time was better last year coming in at 7hr 20min. It took me so much longer to get back this year ☹️ I guess that's what happens when you go 4 months without working out and then decide to do a century haha. It was a good ride, all proceeds went to charity, rode lchf of course and I'm not really sore at all this morning!
Breakfast this morning is eggs, steak, butter and asparagus 😁
I've been off track for about a week now. I haven't weighed myself because I have a tendency to base my behavior around the number on the scale... down a pound? Excuse to cheat. Up a pound? Spend the day beating myself up.
Last weekend I flew to NY to host my sister's baby shower (I'm going to be an aunt!!!!) and when you're traveling and staying with family it's difficult to stay on track with low carb. When I visit them, they take time to prepare my favorite foods because they love me and want to do something to welcome me. I can't pass up my moms chocolate chip cookies, or my mother-in-law's eclair cake because they took the time to make them specifically for me. And I love that, so I won't say no. However, once I get that taste for carbs again it's difficult to stop. So this week biscuits, ice cream, and beer happened. And not even homemade biscuits-the fast food ones- the ones that are so salty and buttery and delicious but make you feel like you need a gallon of water. I mean, it's not like I binge-ate for a week straight, these were just a few instances scattered throughout 5 days, but today I get back on track. The first two days are always the worst for me. The cravings for carbs are for real. But by Monday I should be in the clear. SO, my super keto go-to breakfast. Two extra large eggs fried in butter, and black coffee. Yes. Please. ✌🏼 .