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Took A Week Off

Sunday, May 29, 2011

For lots of reasons - am very good at having them I went off Spark. Two weeks of losing pounds, staying close to program especially working on my weekly challenges and then took a week off
I suspect change in schedule, carrying too many folk on my shoulders and just not feeling good all didn't help
Yesterday was the worst. I could confess all that I ate but it's too awful to mention.
To say the least am feeling stuffed and bloated and it's been a few hours since I raided the refrigerator.
What to do? As my favorite song says "Pick myself up, brush myself off and start all over again.
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    Ever heard of the cleaning agent called 409? You might have seen it at your local grocery store.

    409 got its name because... the chemistry team who created the formula for the cleaning solution failed 408 times!
    But...on the 409th time, they got the chemical mixture right.
    Thus getting the name 409.

    The moral of the story...There will be times when you fall down, but if you fall down, get right back up, hold your head high and keep on working toward your goal.

    You can do it! WoooHoooo! emoticon emoticon emoticon

    3432 days ago
    So true! Just jump right back in there!
    3432 days ago
    You are absolutely right! Get back on track and don't beat yourself up for the past. Have a great day!
    3432 days ago
  • CBLANK20091
    At times, I think everyone falls off the wagon for a bit. When I do, it helps me to appreciate how much better I feel physically and emotionally when I take care of myself.
    3432 days ago
    the scenic route gets us there in the end
    3432 days ago
    You keep on keeping on. I too have weeks off and always feel better from dusting myself down and getting back on the track.

    Good luck and keep sparking emoticon
    3432 days ago
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