Sunday Sick As A Mug Day

Honestly, I'm feeling a bit better than yesterday, and I feel as though I can charge into next week on a clean slate and full of enthusiasm. I had a rocky road last week, but I road it just as well. And although I had my faults I didn't throw in the towel, and I believe I handled everything rationally and with logic. I still think back to the time when setbacks like the ones I occurred last week would have spun me into a spiral of doubt and irrational behavior. Progress is progress. Today turkey is on the menu for dinner, with a side helping of multiple episodes of the Twilight Zone.

Here's some cool news, Ive been noticing how I'm getting gradually more space in confined areas, first my friends car, and now the shower, it hadn't dawned on me just how much more space I had till I dropped my shampoo, and normally the maneuvering would be awkward and snug, but I had a lot more space. Its a small, subtle, but huge victory.

Here's my weeks recap I did for YouTube, and about my Superbowl plans, which I'll touch down further later on.


  1. Hi Brandon, just wanted to wish you the best in your weight loss journey. Its good your doing this while you are still young. I am 51 and have wasted so many years in my obese body missing out on the life I should of had. I am trying like you to change things. I look forward to reading about your journey. I wish you much success, health and happiness.

    1. Thanks so much for you comment and kind words, Jeanette. I wish you all the best for the journey you are embarking on as well. I'm 27, but I was younger once, isn't it funny how the time can seem so infinite when you are younger? Ive been on so many diets throughout my life, and told myself many times that I was going to lose the weight in elementary, in middle, in high school and didn't, but just kind of thought time would wait, but it didn't, and it doesn't. I commend you for not giving up though, They say its never too late, and I'm holding them too that, and so are you! Thanks for coming along for the ride.


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