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I Fell Kinda Hard.......But I picked myself up!

Monday, June 30, 2008

Weighed myself this morning and I have to say, that it is soo my fault......

The last two weeks my nutrition tracker says one thing, but I know I was not honest. Way too much emotional eating and I am not sure why.
Let me stop.......I know why and instead of making good choices I acted like like a fool. I got my exercise in, and its like I completley blew it.

But I picked myself up and this weekend, I threw all the junk away, premade my meals for the week, I even stuck some "in case of emergency food" in my purse----Just in case I am away from home or out and about with the kids.

It almost feels like I am starting over but not really?? does that make sense?!
No more Yo-Yo
Hello Hero----or should I say SHE-RO!
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    That's the spirit girl! Fall seven times, get up eight!! Had a pretty bad weekend myself but I'm doing the same thing. Dusting myself off. emoticon
    4534 days ago
  • DEUCE119
    You were so intimidating there for a while. i'd read what you were doing for exercise and go GHEEESSe! I realize we get on a roll and all of a sudden we hit a bump. The bump is not the problem, it is what we do with the knowledge we gained from the bump. You seem to have gained the knowledge. SHE-RO!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    4534 days ago
    I know exactly how you feel cause I have been there. Glad your back on track and you can do this. Good luck and always here if you need me.

    4539 days ago
    way to go on realizing your mistakes and setting yourself straight again. those pesky emotions can wreak havoc with a healthy lifestyle plan, i know that too well, but we have to keep fighting, right? never give up!
    4539 days ago
    Good on you for realising, stopping and picking yourself up!

    4539 days ago
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